OCPL is asking for your feedback about our 7 system-wide, online databases that are available to patrons for free. The survey will be open from September 10th - September 30th.
The Library is currently accepting 1 bag or 1 box (xerox sized) of books per patron per week. Click this link to see the donation criteria.
Request a Personalized Pick-Up and our Children’s Librarians will select them for you! We can choose items based on your child’s age, interests, and reading levels.
Joyce Homan's show is a watercolor dream, perfect for the fall season. Stop in and check it out through the end of October.
Click above to view the Summer Event Guide, a booklet that details all of our upcoming programs for September, October & November. We have programming for babies through adults of all ages. Check it out!
Join us Wednesday mornings for storytime outside on the library lawn. Bring a blanket or camp chair and enjoy books, rhymes, songs and more. Program will be cancelled in the case of inclement weather. Masks required for ages 2+.
Author, Historian & Librarian Cheryl Pula narrates the events leading to the Battles of Saratoga and the turning point of the American Revolutionary War. Premiering Thursday, Sept 23 at 7:00pm on our YouTube Channel.
Are you a fan of whodunnits and crime solving? Discover means, motive, and opportunity as you set out to solve the crime. Participants will discover who they are upon arrival at the scene of the crime. Additional clues will be revealed as the event progresses. Refreshments will be served.
Libby is an easy-to-use app for tablets and smartphones that gives patrons access to our digital book collection through OverDrive. Download items to watch later!
Hoopla is offered free for patrons through the Library to download and stream music, comics, books, audiobooks, movies and more. Check out the Hoopla app!
Provides access to a wide range of resources for genealogical and historical research. It includes useful records like censuses.
The latest issues of the Post Standard newspaper are available at your finger tips from Newsbank. Sign in with your library card number and PIN to get free access.