News and announcements

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...

Worthington Libraries Board welcomes new Trustee

January 18, 2017

The Board of Trustees of Worthington Libraries welcomed Michele Bair as the organization's newest board member on January 17, 2017. Read more...

Binge Boxes = movie marathon magic!

January 16, 2017

Is the winter weather putting you in hibernation mode? Stay in your pajamas, pop some popcorn and we'll do the rest! Read more...

Kid coding club commences

January 9, 2017

If you've a child interested in or well on the way to becoming a computer coding genius, then make room in his or her winter schedule for a brand-new club. Read more...

Have a healthy new year with library resources!

January 3, 2017

Do your New Year's resolutions include getting healthier? Do you want to lose some weight, 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...

Writer discovers poetry's power in prison

December 27, 2016

In 1996, Reginald Dwayne Betts was a 16-year-old honor student when he participated in a carjacking. He was caught and sentenced to nine years in an adult prison. The anthology The Black Poets, which he read while in solitary confinement, changed his life. Betts earned his GED in prison and started writing. Read more...

Add the Library to your gift list

December 19, 2016

'Tis the season of giving and celebrating special moments with your friends and family. If your quest for the perfect gift is coming up short, don't forget about the Library! Read more...

Library announces holiday closures

December 16, 2016

Mark your calendar with our upcoming holiday closures. Read more...