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  • Melrose Center Studio Course Tracks

    Graphics below illustrate the paths to access for studios. Click on the studio graphics to access the recommended Course Tracks. The Course Tracks identify classes that provide either equipment training or software training that will aid you in using the studio. Audio Studio Course Track Digital Arts Course Track Includes Graphic Design and Game Development…

  • Guidelines for Class Reservations

    Customers wishing to attend a technology class should be aware of the following guidelines: Technology classes are free to Orange County Library District cardholders, fee cardholders, and Orange County Property Owner cardholders. Reciprocal Borrower cardholders and Non-OCLS cardholders may attend an in-person class by paying a $10 non-refundable fee at the time of registration, and…

  • What is the Dorothy Lumley Melrose Center?

    Housed on the second floor of the Orlando Public Library, the Melrose Center is a hub for Technology, Innovation and Creativity. Functional areas include an Audio Production Studio, a Video Production Studio, a Photo Studio, a Fab Lab, a Simulation Lab, a Conference Room, Creative Workspaces and Tech Central, a place for technology presentations and…

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Presidential Preference Primary Election Early Voting at Select Library Locations

Ten OCLS Branch locations will host early voting for the 2024 Early Voting Primary Election from Monday, March 4 to Sunday, March 17 (10 a.m. – 6 p.m.): Alafaya, Chickasaw, Fairview Shores, Hiawassee, South Creek, Southeast, Southwest, Washington Park, West Oaks, and Winter Garden. Learn more about early voting at select library locations >