News and announcements

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...

Director's Message - Spring 2017

March 1, 2017

I recently attended the American Library Association Midwinter Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, which featured a symposium on the future of libraries. Read more...

So, you want to publish a kids' book?

February 27, 2017

If you've ever aspired to become a published children's book author, you probably already know that writing the book is only the beginning. Finding a publisher and getting your work noticed can be a tall order for even the most talented of writers. Read more...

Library services make season less taxing

February 20, 2017

Changes from the IRS in recent years mean we will not have the large selection of tax forms you've come to expect. But Worthington Libraries is still a great place to find tax information! Read more...

Cabin fever? Think Spring!

February 13, 2017

Ready for a dose of spring? Get it on Sunday, March 5 when a trip to Northwest Library means getting a jump on the growing season and learning how to make your yard more beautiful, sustainable and better for wildlife. Read more...

Online resources class up literature assignments

February 6, 2017

Need literary criticism on Charles Dickens, Claude McKay or Charlotte Bronte? How about Moby Dick, 100 Years of Solitude, or The Handmaid's Tale? Whatever your literary interests, Worthington Libraries' online resources can help you with your next project for literature class and make it classier than ever. Read more...

Next Hear & Now author writes for teens

January 23, 2017

In her early 20s, Jennifer Lynn Barnes got what she called "the greatest piece of advice I've received as a writer that didn't actually have anything to do with writing." Read more...