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ORANGE PUBLIC LIBRARY

407 East Chapman Avenue, Orange, CA 92866

Since 1885

Preserve Local History, Technology, Books, Reading, Computers, Tech Tutor, Rental, Meeting Room, Study Rooms, Programs, Wi-Fi Access, Internet Use Policy, Pursuit of Life Long Learning, E-Music, Laptops, E-Audiobooks, E-Books, History Center, E-Magazines & Programs for Adults/Kids/Teens

Strives to preserve local history and to provide equal access to information, ideas and knowledge through books, programs, and technology ● They believe in the freedom to read, to learn, to discover ● Has collection of about 300 books and ran the library as a private organization, using dues from the members to build and maintain the collection ● Provides service to an anticipated population of 40,000

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Mon - Wed 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Thu - Sat 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
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EL MODENA BRANCH LIBRARY

380 South Hewes Street, Orange, CA 92869

Since 1978

Community Room, Rental, Homework Center, Book and Media, Wi-Fi Throughout Building, Educational Programs, E-Magazines, E-Audio Books, Public PCs for Children, Black and White Color Printing, E-Books, E-DVDs, Teens & Adults Programs

Community room available for rental ● Wi-Fi throughout the building

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Mon - Wed 2:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Thu - Sat 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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SUNKIST ORANGE COUNTY FRUIT EXCHANGE BUILDING

195 South Glassell Street, Orange, CA 92866

Since 1893

Event Rentals, Private Occasions, Guided Tours, Cultural Activities, Summer Camps, Gift Shop, Events, Architecture and Historical Building, Exhibitions, Weddings, Field Trips, Collections & Holiday Historic House Tour

The Sunkist Orange County Fruit Exchange Building was built in 1922 at a cost of $20,000

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