News and announcements

Wireless printing: no waiting, no worrying!

May 16, 2011

If you use your personal laptop inside any of our library locations, we have a convenient new way you can print your documents. Read more...

Picking a pet takes preparation

May 9, 2011

How can you resist cuddling a fuzzy kitten or playing with a puppy's soft ears? Falling in love with an animal is easy, but caring for it can be challenging if you're not prepared. Read more...

Online guide is for the birds

May 2, 2011

Whether you're an amateur ornithologist or a backyard bird-watcher, the Library offers you access to the ultimate online guide to your feathered friends. Read more...

Music makes children's classic "real"

April 25, 2011

Margery Williams' classic children's book, "The Velveteen Rabbit," has been charming children since its first publication in 1922. Read more...

Library to close for Easter

April 21, 2011

All Worthington Libraries locations will be closed Sunday, April 24 in observance of the Easter holiday. Read more...

Go green with the Library

April 18, 2011

With Earth Day approaching, are you looking for ways you can be more eco-friendly? The Library can help! Read more...

Green's a go at the Library!

April 11, 2011

There's no escaping the "g" word these days. From politics to fashion, "green" is the buzzword of our society. Read more...

Let your business bloom!

April 4, 2011

Spring is a great time for new ideas to blossom. Has the warmer weather inspired you to start the business of your dreams? The Library offers resources to help! Read more...

Check It Out!: Worthington Libraries celebrates success of Northwest branch

March 30, 2011

Mark your calendars! It's almost time for National Library Week (April 10-16), and we want you to celebrate with Worthington Libraries. Read more...

Contest coincides with National Poetry Month

March 28, 2011

Although in "The Waste Land," T.S. Eliot calls April "the cruelest month," William Shakespeare had other ideas. In "Sonnet XIII," he describes April as a "proud-pied" young man "dress'd in...trim," putting "a spirit of youth in everything." Read more...