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Library Open House

Text advertises an "Open House" at Ontario Community Library from 3-5 pm, Wednesday, April 10.

3 to 5 pm Wednesday, April 1O

Join us in celebrating everything it means to be a library!

Info about National Library Week and specific themed days to celebrate libraries, literacy, and reading.

Ontario Community Library is committed to enriching the lives of those individuals in our community and local area by fostering diverse opportunities for all to read, learn and connect.

 Events Planned for Wed. April 10, 3 – 5 pm:

  • Meet the New Bookmobile and its Librarian!
  • Crafts and book giveaways for children 0-12!
  • Find out about the “New” Seed Library and what it can do for you.
  • Learn about our HeritageHub and online Newspaper resources.
  • Learn about eBooks and Audio books available on our Libby App through Library2Go!
  • Ontario Library Friends group will be raffling prizes!
  • The Local American Legion Auxiliary will be handing out information on Military Children’s Month and other wonderful programs like “Purple up!”.
  • Information on new library apps and upcoming programs like Book Clubs, Summer Reading, Storytimes, and future STEM programs.
  • Beginning Mon. April 8, drop in and sign up for a weeklong raffle. Winners announced on Friday at 3 pm.

“Ready, Set, Library!”, 2024’s theme promotes the idea that in our busy world, libraries give us a place to connect with others, learn new skills, and focus on what matters most.  No matter where you find yourself in life — whether it is preparing for a new career, starting a business, raising a family, or looking for hobbies and travel information after retirement — your library provides a safe and supportive community where everyone belongs.  Get ready to explore, become inspired, and connect with your library this Week.

Libraries are there for you, all the way to the finish line.

2024 National Library Week flyer.pdf


Promotional image for National Library Week (April 7-13, 2024) with a theme slogan and a photo of the honorary chair, Meg Medina.






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