The Library


Location 

388 S.W. 2nd Avenue 

Ontario, Oregon USA 97914  

541-889-6371   Fax 541-889-4279

 Library Hours

Monday & Wednesday  10 am - 8 pm 
Tuesday, Thursday & Friday   
10 am - 5 pm 
Saturday 10 am - 4 pm
Closed Sundays & Holidays

Story Time 
Tuesday at 4 pm and Thursday  at 11 am

Library Holiday Closures 


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Library 
Book Club
Interested in being part of a book club?
Please feel free to join at any time; all adults are welcome.  Books will be available at the library (while supplies last).  Watch for updates in our library event letter.   Please call for more information: 541-889-6371
Sign up for Library eMail List:  HERE





Ontario Community Library's Mission and Philosophy
The  Library enriches lives by fostering diverse opportunities for all people to read, learn and connect.



Medicare 101

Class

10 am Friday Aug 12, 2016

Know your deadlines for enrolling and how to avoid penalties and other information to help you understand the process.
  Limited seating and supplies -
Reserve your seat now by contacting

 shiba.oregon@oregon.gov 
  
or calling 1-800-722-4131 
or the library at 541-889-6371

On Your Mark, Get Set ... READ!

June 8 - August 3, 2016

Click Here Event Flyer



Adult, Teens, and Children's
 Summer Contests
Entry Deadline:
4 pm - July 23, 2016

Be sure to include all requested contact information on your entry. Entries may be turned in to the Ontario Community Library or the Bookmobile. All entries must be received no later than 4 pm on Saturday JULY 23, 2016 to qualify for judging. Winners will be announced at the Summer Reading Grand Finale Party - August 3rd at 5 pm.



Movies

The Library

1 pm on Tuesdays

July 19 to August 16



Wellness -

Through Breathing, Stretching and Nutrition

3:15 pm Wed. July 27

Life is all about balance and that is easy to forget in the fast paced time we live in.  Aerobic exercise is a great way to get in shape but we must remember to balance with things like stretching, nutrition and perhaps most important is to take time to breathe.  Jane Dennell and John Close of the local Willow Tree Holistic Health Center will be here to discuss some of these keys to whole wellness.

The program is for all age groups and will not only talk about wellness but show some ways you can get started with proper breathing, stretching and nutrition.