News and announcements

Star Wars fun planned May the 4th

April 24, 2017

It's no Jedi mind trick: May the 4th is right around the corner! Kids ages 6-11 can celebrate this unofficial Star Wars Day at the Library, where each location has special May the 4th Be with You programs planned. Read more...

Spring sun calls for an outdoor stroll!

April 17, 2017

Visit the Poetry Path at Northwest Library to experience "countless shades of green" on display this spring and summer. Read more...

Library to close for Easter

April 12, 2017

All Worthington Libraries locations will be closed Sunday, April 16 in observance of the Easter holiday. Read more...

Bring heirlooms, collectibles to appraisal event

April 10, 2017

Do you want to know what grandma's sterling silver teapot is worth? How about that painting you picked up at a garage sale last summer? Read more...

Bird lovers: Flock to online resource

April 3, 2017

April's arrival brings Ohio's spring migration of marvelous warblers and other birds winging their way to summer homes further north. It is also is a great time to check out the library's fantastic online guide to our feathered friends. Read more...

Catalog upgrade offers new features

March 26, 2017

Thanks to a system upgrade overnight, our online catalog offers some great new features! Read more...

Catalog and account will be unavailable

March 20, 2017

We have some good news and some bad news. First, the bad news: On March 25, the library catalog and account functions will be temporarily unavailable. Read more...

Print from here, there and everywhere with new service

March 20, 2017

We have a convenient new way you can print, from anywhere in the Library, from home or wherever! Read more...

Public art project starts

March 13, 2017

Have you heard? The popular woodland creatures from Worthington Libraries' last two summer reading clubs are about to be immortalized in bronze! Read more...

Price antiques and collectibles like a pro

March 6, 2017

Ever wonder what the value of your childhood doll collection might be? Or the origins of Grandma Edith's special sideboard? The Library has an easy-to-use reference tool with answers. Read more...