Please click here for registration and more programs.
Please click here for 2014 Days of Operation and Observances.
Join the Library's Friends Group
Refreshments will be served!
Wednesday, October 29, at 7:00 PM
Meet your neighbors and get involved with the community! We are working to revitalize our Friends Group. Libraries need Friends. It's that simple. During these trying financial times, Friends are especially important, as they suport libraries in so many ways. Come learn about the fun & community involement Friends have. And who knows, you just might make a new Friend! Please call/email Lynne to let her know you can attend: 845-359-2244 x 18 firstname.lastname@example.org or Please click here for registration.
Book Talk: Walking Out of Darkness
Wednesday, November 05, at 7:00 PM
Bridget Carley wrote Walking Out of Darkness to help readers with the grieving process. Having lost four close members of her own family, Carley shares her own personal experiences and inspiring lessons she has learned on the path of life. With hard-won wisdom, she helps others overcome loss and find happiness and love again. Carley and co-author, O'Reilly, hope the book will be a comfort to anyone who has lost someone and is going through a difficult time. Please join us for this heartfelt and encouraging book talk. Please click here for registration.
A 20% Funding Cut Hurts!
The Orangeburg Library has lost over $110,000 in town funding since 2012.
The Orangetown Town Board wants the library to spend down it's emergency account.
We have. And if the town continues to cut our funding, we'll have no money to fall back on by 2017.
If the Library's funding is not restored, the Library may have to cut Sunday and evening hours,
eliminate senior outreach programs, decrease storytime, and other children's/adult programming.
Help restore Orangeburg Library's funding. Ask the Town Board to provide an additional $24,000 in funding for 2015.
For an Orangeburg home assessed at $300,000, that means $1.85 a month more--less than a cup of coffee! Let your Town Board members know you support library funding. Go to http://orangeburg.fundourlibraries.org
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Online Magazines from Zinio
View full digital copies of your favorite magazines! You will see the exact same material you get in print‚ plus some issues including features like video, audio and live links. Read online or download issues to your computer or mobile devices to read offline. You must have a current Orangeburg Library card to use this collection. Please click here for access and click here for a user guide.
Orangeburg Library cardholders now have access to downloadable audiobooks from OneClickdigital. Please click here to use this service.
Sign Up for e-Newsletter
Would you like our new e-Newsletter emailed to you? Please click here for sign up form. It will contain live links to our registration calendar. We'll keep you up-to-date on library happenings on a monthly basis.
The library has created a NEW MATERIALS libguide that we will be posting our recent purchases, including new books, audio books, dvds and music CDs available at the Orangeburg Library. Please click here for libguide access.
Now the award-winning language program hailed by kids, parents and teachers is now available online with your Orangeburg Library card. Muzzy Online is a comprehensive, interactive and fun way to learn a second language! Please click here.
Suggestion to Purchase Request
If you would like us to consider an item that we have not purchased and is not available through ILL, please click here to fill out this form. Thank you for your suggestion. The decision to purchase a book or any library item is based on the library's selection criteria.
Boopsie is here!
Boopsie is a mobile app that will run on your iPhone, Android, iPad or any other mobile device.Download Boopsie at rcls.boopsie.com. Use the app to: search the catalog; place holds, check your library account, and use your cell phone camera as a bar code reader for ISBNs at a bookstore or elsewhere to see if a copy is available at one of our libraries; download ebooks and audiobooks directly to your device using the OverDrive link.
Orangeburg Library has books in Spanish and Chinese. We also have librarians who can speak Spanish and Chinese.
Please contact Cheryl if you want service in Spanish.
Se Habla Español -- contactar con Cheryl.
Please contact Kevin if you want service in Chinese.
我们有中文书. 如果您需要中文服务, 请与Kevin 联系.
Now your library never closes! The Orangeburg Library offers a variety of digital audiobook, ebook, video and music services. Access these services 24/7 using a computer and your Orangeburg Library card number and PIN.
free service today.