Harvest Sale October 1, 2022

Support the library and get some great produce, treats, and used books at the 2022 Harvest Sale!

This year we will raffle a child’s size quilt made and donated by Sue James.

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Nature Club for Kids

Sign up your child for our after school Nature Club here!

Nature Camp for 3rd – 5th graders! Sign up here! We will gather the children from OVS at the end of the school day and walk them to the library. This club is run by both OFL librarians, Heather and Kate.
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