News and announcements

New features mean more My Account control for you

March 21, 2011

When you log in to your library account today, you'll notice some big changes. Read more...

Run or walk to Condition for the Classic!

March 14, 2011

Spring is in the air, and if you're thinking about moving your exercise routine outdoors, take the first step in conjunction with an upcoming Worthington Libraries event! Read more...

Make that school project history with super resources

March 7, 2011

Working on a school project about the Civil War? Curious about what life was like in 1950s America? Need the full text of the United States Constitution? Read more...

Director's Message - Spring 2011

March 1, 2011

As I write this, snow is flying outside and the ground is covered in white. Winter marches on, but inside the Library, we are preparing for spring and the annual community breakfast, scheduled for Wednesday, April 13 at 7:30 am at Northwest Library. Read more...

Library plans eco-chic session

February 28, 2011

Spring cleaning can be smelly, dirty and scary (have you seen the size of those dust bunnies under the bed??), but what if spring cleaning gave you the chance to turn clothing has-beens into fashion must-haves? Read more...

Check It Out!: Stories show how much library means to those who use it

February 23, 2011

At each library board meeting, we share stories of how Worthington Libraries has made a difference in the lives of our patrons. Read more...

Libraries unite to offer Job Help Week

February 21, 2011

Whether you're looking to start your career, pursue a new career path or brush up your resume, Worthington Libraries has the tools and resources to help you succeed. Read more...

Library adds third monthly book group

February 14, 2011

From Bronte sisters to Musketeers, in the literary world, good things come in threes. Read more...

Celebrate Black History Month with library resources

February 7, 2011

This February, your library card is your passport to library-exclusive black history resources. You can study topics such as the Underground Railroad and the Montgomery Bus Boycott, get to know notable figures from Phillis Wheatley to Alex Haley or listen to "Lift Every Voice and Sing," often referred to as the black national anthem. Read more...

Author mines experiences for first novel

January 24, 2011

It's Creative Writing 101: write what you know. Read more...