News and announcements

Library hatches chick programs next month

February 22, 2016

Last summer, one of the library's most popular programs was a visit from the animals of Bring the Farm to You. Nearly 400 people— from babies with their families to a van of seniors from Sunrise Senior Living— cuddled rabbits, petted sheep and goats and visited with a large turkey named Bob. Read more...

Library services make season less taxing

February 16, 2016

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...

Library to close for Presidents' Day

February 10, 2016

All Worthington Libraries locations will be closed Monday, February 15. Read more...

Take a trip to Ice Age Ohio

February 8, 2016

According to Dale Gnidovec, Ice Age Ohio would have been a great safari destination. Read more...

Looking for literary love? Let NoveList play matchmaker!

February 1, 2016

If you're lukewarm about your latest read, get hooked up with a heartthrob instead! Read more...

'Disreputable' author to visit

January 25, 2016

In 2012, E. Lockhart was already a well-established teen writer: reviewers called her Ruby Oliver novels "hilarious" and "lively," and The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks was a finalist for both the National Book Award for Young People's Literature and the Michael L. Printz Award. Read more...

Worthington Libraries Board welcomes new Trustee

January 21, 2016

The Board of Trustees of Worthington Libraries welcomed Lauren Fromme as the organization's newest board member on January 19, 2016. Read more...

Get free digital content in a galaxy not so far away

January 18, 2016

No matter how familiar you are with technology, sometimes a brand-new device can seem like a creature straight out of Star Wars! If you're starting 2016 with a new e-reader, tablet or smartphone, let the Library help you awaken its potential. Read more...

Sessions demystify ACT, SAT

January 11, 2016

Post-break blues and winter's cold and gloom can make it difficult for students to get back into the routine of school and studying after the holidays, which is especially problematic for college-bound high schoolers who need to prepare for important college admissions tests. Read more...

Library resources support your healthy resolutions

January 4, 2016

Do your New Year's resolutions include getting healthier? Do you want to lose a few pounds, lower your cholesterol or become more fit? Are you interested in using natural or alternative therapies in your quest to be healthier? If your answer to any of this is yes, let the Library help! Read more...