Posted on Monday, September 25, 2023 12:31 PM
National Truth and Reconciliation Week is September 25 – 30, 2023. Orangeville Public Library commits to listening to, learning from, and building relationships with local Indigenous communities. We have a responsibility to share the true history of what happened at Indian residential schools and the ongoing intergenerational trauma that continues to affect Indigenous families and communities.
Orangeville Public Library will be open on Saturday, September 30, and we encourage our community to...
Posted on Monday, September 04, 2023 09:00 AM
Go Back-to-School with Orangeville Public Library!
Orangeville Public Library offers resources for students of all ages. Our friendly staff are here to help you get the most out of your school year.Get a Library Card: Your Access Pass
Drop by either location with residential ID to sign up for a library card. Fill out the online application form for instant access to the digital collection.Learning Resources for Kids
To access our databases and find ‘how to’ tutorials visit Kids StuffBooks and More
Posted on Thursday, June 29, 2023 03:24 PM
We the undersigned, proudly express our support for the inclusion of drag storytimes as a valuable program in our libraries. We believe in fostering diversity, inclusivity, and a safe space for all members of our community, including children.
Drag storytime provides an engaging inclusive environment where children can explore the wonders of literature while embracing diversity and celebrating individuality. These events offer an opportunity to promote acceptance, respect and understanding of...
Posted on Tuesday, June 20, 2023 11:51 AM
Credit Valley Conservation and Orangeville Public Library Unveils Tales on the Trail
On Friday, June 16, Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) unveiled Tales on the Trail, an interactive experience that promotes literacy and recreation in nature at Island Lake and Terra Cotta Conservation Areas. This latest park feature was introduced alongside project partners Orangeville Public Library, Halton Hills Public Library, Friends of Island Lake and the Women’s Institute.
“We’re really excited to add the...
Posted on Saturday, October 01, 2022 03:28 PM
OPL releases Strategic Plan for 2022-2027
Today, Orangeville Public Library unveiled a new Strategic Plan and logo at its Open House at the Mill Street Library.
The plan is a forward-looking strategy that presents a vision for the future - Orangeville Public Library is a place to connect and discover, where learning and possibility allows each member to soar.
Focusing on three strategic directions, the plan outlines action items to meet the needs of residents now and into the future: