Featured events

Group to savor 'Dinner' this fall

August 12, 2013

If you're a fan of Gillian Flynn's Gone Girl, don't miss The Dinner by Dutch writer Herman Koch. While both books leave you guessing about who you can trust and end in stunning fashion, the latter serves its violence and treachery from a distance with a subtlety that's exquisitely creepy and cold. Read more...

Breakfast blogger leads workshop

July 22, 2013

You have something you love and you want to share your love with the world. Why not start a blog? Read more...

"The Aviator's Wife" author to touch down

July 8, 2013

As a child, Melanie Benjamin was an avid reader and frequent participant in her local library's summer reading program. Read more...

Explore the fun side of science

June 24, 2013

Yes, kids can learn a lot about the property of surface tension and Newton's laws of motion by reading a big, fat textbook, but what if they could see science in action? Read more...

Meet Maisy and more at special storytimes

June 10, 2013

This summer, a six-foot tall mouse, a bear that wears overalls and an anxious llama will visit the Shops at Worthington Place, but there's no need to contact Animal Control. The costumed characters are special guests taking part in the library's summer storytimes at the Shops. Read more...

Summer reading season starts Saturday!

May 28, 2013

This shouldn't come out of left field, but spring training is nearly over and it's time for some major league summer reading! Read more...

Love to talk books? We have a group for you!

May 13, 2013

Consistently popular and well-attended, book discussion groups are a mainstay of Worthington Libraries' quarterly programming for adults. Read more...

Volunteens lessen summer stress

April 22, 2013

Teens looking for a fun and rewarding way to spend the summer should look no further than the Library, which currently needs enthusiastic and responsible volunteers. Read more...

Southern charm comes to town

April 8, 2013

While working on a recent book, author Mary Kay Andrews needed to know how to go about stealing a yacht. So, she posed the question to employees at a yacht brokerage in Savannah, Georgia. "They looked at me like I was nuts," she said. Read more...

Book takes a look back at Columbus

March 25, 2013

Columbus' 200-year history is full of interesting and unexpected tidbits. For example, did you know that some neighborhoods were more likely than others to have elephants roaming around them? Learn more fascinating facts (spoiler alert: Charles Dickens really did stay in Columbus!) during an upcoming library program. Read more...