View our guidelines for visiting the library.
All ORL Branches are closed on Statutory Holidays.
The Lake Country Branch is located inside the Lake Country Municipal Hall.
There are two external book return slots that are open for customers.
Lake Country Branch Children's Programs
The Adult caregiver will be required to register for each program
and may have up to four children in their family group.
Baby Time - Fridays at 10:30 a.m.
Babies & Toddlers
September 16 - November 25
*No program Sept 30 or Nov 11 due to Holidays
Online registration is required
Click here to register
Story Time - Thursdays at 10:30 a.m.
(2 to 5 years)
Walkers to Preschoolers
September 15 - November 24
Family Story Time in Oyama
(newborn to 5 years)
Tuesday, September 27 at 10:30 a.m.
Tuesday, October 25 at 10:30 a.m.
These two programs will take place indoors
at the Oyama Community Club (Hall) at 15710 Oyama Road.
Online registration is required!
Click here to register
Young Children (0-5 years)
Looking for some great stories to read to your little one?
Check out our new
100 Books to Read Before Kindergarten 100 Books to Read booklist
Print copies of the booklist are available at the Library!
Complete this reading list and your child will get a
bookbag backpack and a book prize!
Place your requests for picture books and other library materials on the
ORL website www.orl.bc.ca
then pick up your holds at Lake Country Branch!
Lake Country Book Club
In-person monthly Adult Book Club will be resuming in September 2022.
All participants MUST register in advance, online.
*Online registration will open four weeks before the program date.
Please contact the library for details.
No drop ins, please!
The Lake Country Branch has 3 internet terminals with word processing capabilities available for 1 hour per day due to COVID restrictions.
Wi-Fi access inside the Branch is currently available with limited seating.
Printing and photocopying is $0.25 per page, black and white only. Scanning to email is available and is free of charge.
We can provide tours to school classes/groups free of charge.
For students, we can provide an introduction to the library or tailor the visit around a project or assignment.
For adult groups, we can provide a tour of the library and ORL's many resources!
Contact us up to two months in advance to book your tour!
Public use of the Group Study Room is intended for use by group gatherings of an educational, cultural or civic nature.
Library events and programs will take precedence.
The room accommodates approximately 10 people and is available for booking on a first-come-first-served basis.
Please contact our Community Librarian at Ph. 250-766-3141 for more details