Orange County Library Systems has just announced that it will once again offer expanded services and in-person programming beginning in January 2022.

“After almost two years, we’re delighted to welcome the public back to enjoy all the resources and events the library provides. We’re looking forward to a wonderful 2022 and seeing our customers face-to-face.”


Classes and in-person events are set to return to all library branches beginning on January 3, 2022, with all restrictions on browsing the book stacks and restrictions on use of all seating areas being lifted as well. In addition, all study rooms and meeting rooms will also be available for public use.

The Orlando Public Library, Alafaya, South Creek, West Oaks, and North Orange branches will resume regular Sunday hours of 1-6 p.m. as well.

OCLS will continue to offer virtual events and programs online at

Brendan O'Connor

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