All ORL Branches are closed on statutory holidays
When the library is closed, books can be returned in the book drop bin located next to the main door.
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Tuesday, January 28th & Thursday, January 30th @ 3:00-7:00 pm
Use your imagination and creativity to complete our STEAM (Science-Technology-Engineering- Art-Math) projects found in branch during Unplug & Play week.
Project instructions for home projects may be picked up in Branch. Attend a program or bring a photo of your completed home project back to the library before February 6th to be entered to win a special prize!
FREE / Drop-in
January 9th - May 14th: Second & Fourth Thursday of the month @ 7:00 pm
Story time is intended for young children of all ages and abilities to participate listening to stories, learning fingerplays, and singing songs in a family setting.
FREE / Drop-in
Use your imagination and creativity to complete our STEAM (Science-Technology-Engineering- Art-Math) projects found in branch during Spring Break, including Code & Go, Snap Circuits, Cubelets & Cubettos. New challenges each week! Inquire in branch for more details.
February 4-25; Tuesdays @ 2-3 pm
Qi Gong is a traditional Chinese movement exercise used to improve posture, balance, coordination, and flexibility.
This is a very basic introductory class. Movements will include raising and lowering arms, knee bends, and gentle body massage. Please contact the branch for more information.
Thursday, March 5th @ 7-9 pm
Join local wellness speaker and yoga instructor Kathy Swanson for an evening of self-discovery.
This is a fun class where participants will learn to connect with who they are and what they want in their life, allowing them to live the life they desire.
Jan 7 - Still Life by Louise Penny
Feb 4 - Inside the O'Brien's by Lisa Genova
Mar 3 - Island of the Sea Women by Lisa See
Apr 7 - Orphan's Tale by Pam Jenoff
May 5 - Feared by Lisa Scottoline
June 2 - Educated by Tara Westover
First Tuesday each month @ 7 pm
Drop-in / Adults
May 19-21 @ 2-8 pm
Bring your extra flower or vegetable seedlings to exchange or give away to other gardeners. Stop by and see our selection of books on saving seeds, soil health, organic gardening and more. Please label all plants clearly.
We have one computer available for one hour a day for members and guests to the Oyama Branch.
We have Wi-fi connectivity for both members of the library as well as guests who bring in their own wireless devices.
Appointments available upon request.