News and announcements

Program helps find friends fast

August 26, 2013

Find new friends in 60 seconds or less during a fun networking event for 20 to 30 year-olds! Read more...

Library helps busy educators

August 19, 2013

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

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...

Join in the hoopla hub-bub!

August 5, 2013

Want to download and watch free movies and TV shows on your computer, tablet or smartphone? Then grab your library card and see what all the hoopla's about! 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...

Get up and go with the Library!

July 15, 2013

No matter where your summer vacation takes you— across state lines or across town— you're never too far from Worthington Libraries. Special services, developed with you in mind, mean we're always there when you need us. 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...

Get your motor running with library resources

July 1, 2013

The lazy, hazy days of summer are upon us. If you're preparing to head out on the highway, let the library's automotive resources help you get your car in pristine running condition. Read more...

Library to close for Independence Day

July 1, 2013

Mark your calendar with our upcoming special hours. 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...