Library branches close for holiday season

All branches of the Okanagan Regional Library will be closed during the holiday season beginning Wednesday, Dec. 24 through Friday, Jan. 2.

All branches of the Okanagan Regional Library will be closed during the holiday season beginning Wednesday, Dec. 24 through Friday, Jan. 2.

Branches will reopen with their normal operating hours on Saturday, Jan. 3.

Since Wednesday, Dec. 3, all items that have a three week loan period will extend to a five week loan.

Starting Dec. 15, items that normally loan for one week will be given a three week loan period.

All book bins will be locked during the library closure, so please wait to return your items until our library branches reopen.

The library’s virtual library service will remain open. Library users can use the online catalogue as well as borrow eBooks, eAudiobooks, or eMagazines.

Electronic and digital tools are available at www.orl.bc.ca.  Please ensure you have a valid library card and pin or password before the branches close.

 

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