The Library


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

Cooperating Collection

2014 Summer Reading Sponsors 

The following Ontario, Oregon businesses have graciously donated prizes and coupons to this years Summer Reading program.

McDonald's Restaurants  

Papa Murphy's Pizza

The Reel Theater

Taco Time 

Wingers Restaurant

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

Your Library - Your Community
Only the Mind Should Be Hungry!

For more information on this program 

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OregonFood Bank, Southeast Oregon Services.     

Movie Tuesday 

2 pm July 29

This “Movie Tuesday” film is actually based on a toy and was released in February of this year. The movie was a critical and commercial success, with many critics referencing its visual style, humor, voice acting and heartwarming message. Voices of some of the minifigures were provided by Morgan Freeman, Will Ferrell, Elizabeth Banks, and Liam Nelson. It is a visually amazing tribute to the building ability of these toys and how easily it translates into stories.  It is the first in a sequence of films planned and has taken the world by storm just as the toys did.  Can you name this film?

So bring your imagination and join us at 2 pm Tuesday July 29 in our meeting room to watch this film

at the 
Malheur County Fair
July 29 - August 2 
Join us at the Safety Plaza 
Links to more Fair information and the Fair Book

 Spark a Reaction

Summer Reading

July 30

3 -5 pm  Craft Party 

3:15 pm  Louie the Lightning Bug 

Click here for more information

Movie Tuesday 

2 pm August 5

This “Movie Tuesday” we will be viewing a film inspired by a Hans Christian Andersen classic fairy tale.  First out in November of 2013, this film has already proven itself as the highest grossing animated musical film of all time. Kristen Bell’s voice also helped the movie receive the “Best Original Song Award” as well. The winning song can be heard on the radio and internet. A great movie, with strong female characters and a whimsical supporting cast, who bring to life this winter wonderland with a believable zeal.   It teaches us all a bit about how love transforms us and can be found in unlikely places. 

Do you know the title to this one? Join us for this frosty treat on August 5 at 2 pm in the library meeting room.