The Friends of the Ocee Library is a non-profit group whose purpose is to promote general knowledge of library services and to provide financial assistance for special library needs and events.

As of 25 June 2019, OCEE LIBRARY WILL BE CLOSED FOR RENOVATIONS. Ocee will be closed for ~6-9 months.

Please visit to find alternate library locations and hours. You'll also find info regarding the renovations/closures that are taking place throughout the library system.

Ocee library is offering programs at off-site locations. This blog will remain active during the closure.

Sunday, January 28, 2018

Black Stars in Orbit

In celebration of Black History Month the Ocee Library and the Auburn Avenue Research Library present:

Black Stars in Orbit: 
Celebrating the Contributions of African Americans to Space Exploration
Thursday 8 February 6:00 PM-7:30 PM

Dr. Curtis M. Graves, retired Deputy Director for Civil Affairs at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), will discuss his 30-year career at NASA and the extraordinary achievements of African American astronauts and scientists to the exploration of space. This event will include a screening of the documentary produced by Dr. Graves, Black Stars in Orbit: African Americans and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

or call 770-360-8897.