Here are stories about the Orange County Library System from the news media.

Orange County Government Florida

On Sunday, Feb. 24, 2019, the African-American Read-In took place on the Downtown Orlando Library main stage. Special guest speakers shared their favorite works of literature including poems, stories, songs, spoken word and more. 


Enzian and the Orange County Library System will host an evening devoted to “Sense and Sensibility” on March 3.

Art Guide Orlando

Over the weekend, Orange County Library System hosted their 3rd Annual African American Read-in that aligns in conjunction with the 29th Annual National African American Read-in. 


The Downtown Orlando Public Library supported the 29th Annual National African-American Read-In by celebrating African-American literature in poetry, story and song. NXT's Denzel Dejournette and MJ Jenkins participated by reading their own selections from books that were written by African-American authors.


Hiawassee Library assistant manager Sara Brown talks upcoming Black History event, library technology.


This month, Orange County Library System celebrates love in various facets with our book selection. 

My Central Florida Family

The Orange County Library system has been chosen as a recipient of the Best Buy Community Grant in support of the upcoming Drone Zone program which will introduce tweens and teens to new technology through hands on learning.


The Orange County Library System is one of many that reaches over 1 million digital checkouts in 2018.


“Great Reads” is a regular roundup of books that the Orange County Public Library System thinks you should peruse that month.

Orlando Weekly

Locals will delight in reading it for that reason (and a few other striking similarities) alone, but Your Robot Dog Will Die, intended as a dystopian sci-fi YA work, tacitly challenges our notions of kindness and our world view of bioethics.