Okanagan Regional Library branches will resume operations Tuesday after being closed for the Christmas holiday.

Library branches preparing to reopen

All branches of Okanagan Regional Library will resume normal operating hours Tuesday except downtown Kelowna

Libraries are reopening their doors after the holidays.

All branches of Okanagan Regional Library will resume normal operating hours Tuesday (except for the downtown Kelowna branch which is closed until Jan. 16 for renovations).

Branches began their annual holiday closure period Dec. 23.

ORL has 29 branches from Golden to Princeton and from Osoyoos to the North Shuswap, except for Penticton.

ORL’s website, including the catalogue and all digital resources, are available at all times at www.orl.bc.ca

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