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Partnerships & Outreach

It takes a commitment of working together to transform a community. Learn about OPL's partners and how we can work with you.

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OPL welcomes program proposals from the public, qualified speakers, authors and performers. Fill out this form to submit your proposal.
OPL welcomes program proposals from the public, qualified speakers, authors and performers. Fill out this form to submit your proposal.
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Unexpected Connections: OPL and the DCYC Unexpected Connections: OPL and the DCYC
By Egetzschman
Omaha Public Library (OPL) and Douglas County Youth Center (DCYC) representatives discovered an opportunity to help at-risk youth.
Omaha Public Library (OPL) and Douglas County Youth Center (DCYC) representatives discovered an opportunity to help at-risk youth.
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Girls Who Code Girls Who Code
By Brigette Dugas
Beginning in 2016, OPL and Girls Who Code began working together to provide tech education to girls in grades 6-12.
Beginning in 2016, OPL and Girls Who Code began working together to provide tech education to girls in grades 6-12.
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Nebraska Writers Collective Nebraska Writers Collective
By Brigette Dugas
Omaha Public Library has been working with the Nebraska Writers Collective (NWC) since 2009 when Matt Mason joined their ranks. Since then,…
Omaha Public Library has been working with the Nebraska Writers Collective (NWC) since 2009 when Matt Mason joined their ranks. Since then,…
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Literacy Center and OPL offer programs Literacy Center and OPL offer programs
By Omahalibrary
Omaha Public Library (OPL) and the Literacy Center joined forces in August 2012 to begin offering ESL classes.
Omaha Public Library (OPL) and the Literacy Center joined forces in August 2012 to begin offering ESL classes.
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The Learning Community and OPL The Learning Community and OPL
By Omahalibrary
Families enrolled in Parent University at the Learning Community Center of North Omaha are checking out books.
Families enrolled in Parent University at the Learning Community Center of North Omaha are checking out books.
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Why Arts: The Giver Project Why Arts: The Giver Project
OPL partners with Why Arts?, a community organization providing literary inspired, after school art programs at five schools in Omaha.
OPL partners with Why Arts?, a community organization providing literary inspired, after school art programs at five schools in Omaha.
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WhyArts? WhyArts?
By Omahalibrary
A community partnership where students read books and study art after school.
A community partnership where students read books and study art after school.
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Partner Spotlight: Arts for All Partner Spotlight: Arts for All
By Omahalibrary
Toward the end of 2014, OPL and Arts for All began planning a partnership to develop a series of art education workshops for children.
Toward the end of 2014, OPL and Arts for All began planning a partnership to develop a series of art education workshops for children.
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Partner Spotlight: Alamo Drafthouse Partner Spotlight: Alamo Drafthouse
By Omahalibrary
Alamo Drafthouse, OPL and The Bookworm have partnered to present a friendly discussion surrounding the question: book vs. film?
Alamo Drafthouse, OPL and The Bookworm have partnered to present a friendly discussion surrounding the question: book vs. film?
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About the Book Bike About the Book Bike
The Book Bike delivers books, information, library cards, and so much more to the community.
The Book Bike delivers books, information, library cards, and so much more to the community.
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Taking Lena Home Taking Lena Home
By Omahalibrary
On August 16, 2016, Film Streams, Omaha Public Library, and Greater Omaha Genealogical Society presented a special screening.
On August 16, 2016, Film Streams, Omaha Public Library, and Greater Omaha Genealogical Society presented a special screening.
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Art Classes for Homeless Art Classes for Homeless
By Omahalibrary
Omaha Public Library and Kent Bellows Studio & Center for Visual Arts partnered to provide art workshops for homeless children and adults.
Omaha Public Library and Kent Bellows Studio & Center for Visual Arts partnered to provide art workshops for homeless children and adults.
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