Summer Reading Program 2022

June 4 to July 23, 2022

Get ready to dive into Orange County Library System's annual Summer Reading Program, Oceans of Possibilities: An exploration of new depths, seven seas, and infinite stories. This year we’re bringing you greater flexibility. Programs, classes and events will be offered both in-person and online. Everyone can make a splash and enjoy all the library has to offer this summer.  

Here’s what to do: 

Sign up for an OCLS card or visit any of our Orange County Library locations to register for a library card in person.

*An Orange County Library regular, property owner or fee card in good standing is required to be eligible to win prizes. Reciprocal borrowers, OCLS staff, including board members and their families, are ineligible.

Upcoming Events

Tuesday
July
5
10:30​am
(Library Central)
Explore the wonders of water and learn why we need to protect it. Children will learn what things they can do to help save our planet and our oceans. Recommended for ages 6-8.
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Registration Required
Tuesday
July
5
10:30​am
(Hiawassee - Meeting Room)
There's something for everyone in this high-energy variety show. Your kids will be dazzled with juggling, magic, plate-spinning and more!
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Registration Required
Tuesday
July
5
10:30​am
(Winter Garden - Program Area)
Gatorland brings the wild to the library! Get up close and personal with snakes and gators and learn all about these swimming creatures.
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Registration Required
Wednesday
July
6
10:30​am
(Chickasaw - Stage)
An interactive science show all about the five senses. The Professor uses laughter and learning to make science unforgettable. Get ready to be amazed while things explode with chemical reactions.
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Registration Required
Wednesday
July
6
10:30​am
(Fairview Shores - Ask at Desk)
What do all living things need to survive? From desert to rainforest, animals are found in a variety of habitats throughout the world. Discover how they have adapted to their habitats.
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Registration Required
Wednesday
July
6
10:30​am
(Windermere - Ask at Desk)
It's time for mayhem with award-winning comedy magician and entertainer! Get ready to grin from ear to ear with the whole family.
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Registration Required
Thursday
July
7
10:30​am
(Alafaya - Ask at Desk)
Gatorland brings the wild to the library! Get up close and personal with snakes and gators and learn all about these swimming creatures.
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No Registration Required
Thursday
July
7
11:00​am
(Southeast - Meeting Room 2)
Get ready to laugh out loud and be amazed by jumping, joking and juggling. Enjoy this unique comedy show.
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Thursday
July
7
11:00​am
(North Orange - Meeting Room)
Explore the wonders of water and learn why we need to protect it. Get excited about water conservation! Children will learn what things they can do to help save our planet and our oceans.
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Registration Required
Thursday
July
7
4:00​pm
Original songs with guitar and harmonica. Sing-along tunes about dog kisses, the garbageman, girl pilots, and the 5-second rule, music for hip kids; dancing encouraged! Recommended for ages 0-8.
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Registration Required
Friday
July
8
10:30​am
(South Creek - Children's Area)
Learn new tricks and a few new vocabulary words in Spanish in this dynamic and educational magic show. Surprise your kids with the best bilingual magic show.
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Registration Required
Friday
July
8
10:30​am
(Eatonville - Meeting Room)
Meet real firefighters and find out what it takes to fight the heat. Presented by Orange County Fire Department.
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Registration Required
Friday
July
8
11:00​am
Sing along, clap along and laugh along with one of America’s funniest entertainers.
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Saturday
July
9
10:30​am
An interactive science show all about the five senses. The Professor uses laughter and learning to make science unforgettable. Get ready to be amazed while things explode with chemical reactions.
Learn more >
Registration Required
Monday
July
11
10:30​am
(South Trail - Meeting Room 1)
What do all living things need to survive? From desert to rainforest, animals are found in a variety of habitats throughout the world. Discover how they have adapted to their habitats.
Learn more >
Registration Required
Monday
July
11
10:30​am
(Washington Park - Children's Area)
Gatorland brings the wild to the library! Get up close and personal with snakes and gators and learn all about these swimming creatures.
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Registration Required
Monday
July
11
10:30​am
Watch Blaise Ryndes, master bubble performer, blow gigantic bubbles and create “liquid fireworks.”
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Registration Required
Monday
July
11
11:00​am
(West Oaks - Sarchet Community Room)
There's something for everyone in this high-energy variety show. Your kids will be dazzled with juggling, magic, plate-spinning and more! Recommended for ages 6-12. Registration required.
Learn more >
Registration Required
Tuesday
July
12
10:30​am
(South Trail - Meeting Room 2)
Sing along, clap along and laugh along with one of America’s funniest entertainers.
Learn more >
Registration Required
Tuesday
July
12
10:30​am
(Library Central)
Meet real firefighters and find out what it takes to fight the heat. Presented by City of Orlando Fire Department. Recommended for ages 6-8.
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