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  • In-library programs re-start January 18!

    by Library Staff | Jan 17, 2022
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    Library programs will be restarting after January 18. Proof of Vaccination and Masks are required for participants of in person programs, as per the Public Health Orders. Contact your local library if you have questions.
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  • In-library programs are delayed until January 18

    by Library Staff | Jan 05, 2022
    As per the current Public Health Order, the ORL will not be holding in-library programs until January 18. We are looking forward resuming our planned programs as soon it is safe to do so.
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  • Enjoy your eLibrary over the Holidays

    by Library Staff | Dec 23, 2021
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    All library locations are closed beginning December 24 and resuming normal opening hours on January 4. Though we may be closed over the holidays, your eLibrary is always open!
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  • Announcement of District of Lake Country Library Service Changes

    by ORL Marketing | Sep 22, 2021
    The Okanagan Regional Library provides Library services to the citizens of Lake Country. For over 30 years, the Okanagan Regional Library Board has had established policies to guide communities and staff expectations for branch placement, sizes and open hours. The District of Lake Country has historically been serviced from 2 locations – the main library, which is currently situated in the Lake Country Municipal Hall and from a tiny location in Oyama. This Oyama library existed for historical reasons and has not met Board standards or policies for branch size or location (due to the small population being served and the proximity of other nearby libraries).
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  • Every Child Matters

    by Library Staff | Jun 10, 2021
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    After the announcement of the tragic discovery of the remains of 215 children buried on the site of the former residential school in Kamloops, we wish to offer our sincere condolences to the Tk’emlups te Secwepemc and to all local First Nations - and to everyone impacted by residential schools in Canada.
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