News and announcements

Library e-newsletter delivers

September 17, 2012

What kind of information do you want from the Library... program specifics for you or your child, book recommendations, job postings? Now you can have them delivered to your e-mail in-box. Read more...

Maas compares "Mad Men" to real-life Madison Avenue

September 10, 2012

When Jane Maas walked into her first meeting as a copywriter on her agency's American Express account in the 1960s, the CEO thought she was a secretary, pulled out a chair and offered her some writing paper. Read more...

Library resumes Sunday hours

September 6, 2012

Beginning September 9, all Worthington Libraries locations will resume Sunday hours from 1-5pm. Read more...

Director's Message - Fall 2012

September 4, 2012

Recently, while going through some old files at the Library (librarians never throw anything away), we discovered something very interesting. Read more...

Let the Library help you hit the books

September 4, 2012

Need to research Lord of the Flies or write a speech about Zora Neale Hurston? Worthington Libraries offers several full-text research databases that can help with your next English class assignment. Read more...

Library to close for Labor Day

August 30, 2012

All Worthington Libraries locations will be closed Monday, September 3 in observance of the Labor Day holiday. Read more...

Hample has a ball with hobby

August 27, 2012

When Zack Hample started snagging baseballs at Major League games at the age of 12, his parents thought it was a "cute" hobby. Read more...

Educators can save time with library's help

August 20, 2012

Worthington Libraries can help educators get their classrooms ready for fall. Read more...

Library Trustee search

August 15, 2012

Worthington Libraries is accepting applications for a new Trustee. Read more...

Library brings Newbery winner to town

August 13, 2012

When Jack Gantos was in sixth grade, he did what a lot of brothers did and probably still do: he read his sister's diary. More than that, he read it and decided that he could write better than she could. Read more...