Omaha Public Library (OPL) has not charged fines on overdue materials since closing its doors in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Each year, Omaha Public Library (OPL) encourages the community to read one book as part of the Omaha Reads campaign. Omaha Reads promotes literacy and provides
Area book lovers, reading enthusiasts and book clubs are invited to attend Omaha Public Library’s (OPL) Virtual Book Bash on Thursday, February 25, 7-8:30 p.m.
Omaha Public Library (OPL) has prepared a list of top circulating titles from 2020. Additionally, OPL staff have selected over 100 favorite titles from last year, the 2020 Top Shelf, and shared brief reviews at topshelf.omahalibrary.org. Find these selections and more at omahalibrary.org.
Since 2001, October has been nationally recognized as Family History Month. This is a time to increase awareness and encourage people to explore their roots and
OPL Executive Director Laura Marlane worked with the library Board of Trustees and staff to develop a phased reopening plan that begins Monday, Sept. 21.
Each year, Omaha Public Library (OPL) encourages the community to vote for and read one book as a way to promote literacy and inspire discussion among Omaha and Douglas County residents. The selection is celebrated with book talks and other related programming. Join us in reading this year’s Omaha Reads selection, “After the Flood,” by…
During their June 18, 2020, board meeting, the Omaha Public Library (OPL) Board of Trustees elected a new slate of officers.