Orion Township’s Environmental Resources Committee, with support from Waste Management and the Orion Township Public Library, will be running their reusable bag logo design contest again in 2021. Submissions are due by March 15 and a winner will be announced on (or around) Earth Day.
Effective Sunday, November 22 at the close of business, the library has reverted to Phase 3 in our re-opening phases plan.
Curbside Pickup * Home Delivery * Virtual Programs and Online Services
This is due to the continued rise in COVID cases and our attempt to keep staff and patrons as safe as possible.
A friendly reminder that Curbside Pickup is only available as weather permits.
If the weather is questionable, please contact (248) 693-3000 to verify pick-up availability.
The Orion Township Public Library will hold their monthly board meeting on Thursday, January 28 at 6:30 P.M. This meeting will be held virtually due to COVID-19 and in accordance with PA-228.
For information on attending this meeting, please see https://orionlibrary.evanced.info/signup/EventDetails?EventId=23873.
The Orion Township Public Library challenges you to read 50 books in 52 weeks in 2021 starting on January 1st! This ongoing program will run the entirety of 2021 and participants will have the opportunity to win fun prizes all year long depending on how many reading challenges you complete.
We’re excited to announce several new services designed to meet your informational and entertainment needs in the safest way possible.
Stay informed about the latest COVID-19 developments with these government resources.
Though the library building remains closed, library staff are available to answer questions via phone, email, or social media.
With a valid Orion Library card, you have 24 / 7 access to multiple services offering downloadable / streaming ebooks, audiobooks, comics, magazines, movies, and TV shows.
The Orion Library provides its users with access to subscription online resources that can be accessed with an Orion library card. Additional resources provided by the Michigan eLibrary can be accessed via MeL.org with a Michigan driver’s license.
Due to a recent and temporary change in state policy, the Orion Library is now allowed to conduct notarizations using two-way real-time audiovisual technology so long as certain conditions are met. For more information, see https://orionlibrary.org/additional-services/.
Tax forms, instructions, and schedules are available for download from the IRS and Michigan Department of Treasury.
The Michigan Web Account Manager (MiWAM) is the UIA’s system for filing your unemployment insurance claim and managing your UIA account online.
Residents who would like to donate to support our community members in need, can do so through Love, INC of North Oakland County. All community support requests received by the Township, churches, and other local organizations, are being sent to Love, INC., to be addressed immediately or connected to the best local organization that can fill the need. All donations will remain local. Thank you for your generosity during this difficult time.
For additional local resources, see https://www.oriontownship.org/.
Call-In: Weekly Meditation Sessions @ the Library
January 4th - February 28th
New meditations every week - Relaxation is just a phone call or click away. Learn and practice meditation with our free dial-in program, facilitated by local RYT 200 & Yoga Therapy instructor Jess Dues, owner of Pushna Wellness https://pushnawellness.com/. Dial (248) 287-8028 anytime to access each session. Sessions will change weekly focusing on a different calming topic. Patrons will be able to access past weeks’ meditations online with our Meditation YouTube Playlist.