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The Orange County Regional History Center, located in downtown Orlando, features three floors of permanent exhibitions that take visitors on a journey through the region's fascinating transition from Indian settlement to small town surrounded by citrus groves and cattle ranches to today's tourist-centric community. Exhibit production will be facilitated by Cynthia Cardona MelÚndez, Curator of Collections.

The Hart Memorial Central Library branch of the Osceola Library System is located in Kissimmee at 211 E. Dakin. The Osceola Library System began operations as an independent organization offering Library service to all residents of Osceola County on April 1, 1989. The Library serves a large Hispanic population. Programming for the exhibit at Hart Memorial Central Library will be coordinated by Sharon Pesante, Coordinator of Events, Grants, Literacy; and Rose Sturtevant, Events, Grants, Literacy Assistant.

The Winter Park Public Library is located at 460 E. New England Avenue in Winter Park. The Library offers a full range of services in a 33,000 square-foot facility, and is open to the public 68 hours a week, seven days a week. About 500 people use the Library on an average day. Winter Park Public Library serves the residents of Winter Park, FL, and the surrounding community of Orange and Seminole counties. Programming for the exhibit at Winter Park Public Library will be coordinated by Dr. Ruth Edwards, Coordinator, Lifelong Learning Institute.

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