Ontario Community Library

Mon & Wed: 10 am - 8 pm | Tue, Thur & Fri: 10 am - 5 pm | Sat: 10 am - 4 pm | Sun: Closed

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Storytimes

Stories, Crafts, Activities

Story time is about 20 - 40 minutes long and is held every Tuesday at 4 pm and every Thursday at 11 am on the rug in the children’s area; all are welcome.

11 am Thursday, March 5

Guest Reader: Lea Nunamaker (Kinder Music)

Makers Day

10 am - 5 pm February 26, 2020

Making crafts at the library is a great way to hang out with family and friends. Everyone is invited to make a craft of their own design from materials provided by the library. Materials are available from 10 am until closing at 5 pm (while supplies last). Makers Days are unstructured crafting time. Parents are asked to stay with younger children. Crafts include coloring and activity sheets.


Library Book Club Meeting

March 10 at 5 pm

Please feel free to join at any time; all adults are welcome. Books will be available at the library (while supplies last). Meetings are held at 5 pm on the second Tuesday of the each month. Please call for more information: 541-889-6371.

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Family Literacy Night

5:30 pm March 5, 2019

Join us at the library for an evening story time with assorted reading selections, family fun activities and crafts for children. Program is for families of preschool through elementary age children.

Provided by Ontario Community Library .

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Library Comic Convention EVENT

March 20 at 5 pm

Meet a Artist/Author and other great activities. More information coming soon. Please join the fun; all ages are welcome. Please call for more information: 541-889-6371.

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Border Town Comic Convention

March 21 and 22 at Four Rivers Cultural Center & Museum

The Ontario Community Library will be hosting a Booth at the Convention this year - Come check it out.

Border Town Comic Con is an illustration and comics festival taking place in Ontario, Oregon. Border Town Comic Con’s goal is to spotlight artists and writers of the Treasure Valley and the greater pacific Northwest region as well as create a space for fans of popular culture, comics, and illustration.


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American Girl Party

Nez Perce Native American Kaya'Aton'My'

April 4, 2020

3 to 5 pm (Doors open at 2:30pm)

at the Ontario Middle School Commons 573 SW 2nd Ave Ontario

$5.oo per person - Tickets available at the Library

Come enjoy a fun afternoon filled with creative projects, book readings, group activities and treats. The American Girl Party is sponsored and produced by the Friends of the Ontario Community Library.

In conjunction with the party there will be a Raffle for a Kaya American Girl Doll. Raffle tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5 and available at the Library.




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All programs are free to the public - unless otherwise stated.

If you have questions about a program please call the library: 541-889-6371.