For more than a century, the Orange Public Library has been providing services to its local residents. Established in 1885, the Orange Public Library system has grown to include the recently expanded Orange Public Library & History Center (Main Library) and two branch facilities (Taft and El Modena).
The City of Orange Public Library Foundation (OPLF) was established in 1998 as a collaborative effort by local leaders and municipal officials united by a common goal: To develop an outstanding library system.
By bridging gaps in Library funding through the cultivation of public/private partnerships, OPLF ensures that the community’s needs for library facilities, services, and programs are met by financial support from individuals, families, businesses, and community organizations.
OPLF complements, but does not replace tax-based funding for Orange’s public libraries.
OPLF Design and Architecture Series
with Susan Secoy Jensen, AIA.
Monday October 27th.
Coming to the Orange Public Library & History Center on Ontober 27, 2014
Donald Wexler, Journeyman Architect documentary film screening.
Introduction and Q & A with Susan Secoy Jensen
Time: 6:30pm in the Community Room at the Orange Public Library & History Center - 407 E Chapman Ave, Orange, CA 92866