MONDAY UPDATE: As the snow emergency has been downgraded to a Level 1, the Library will be open on Monday, January 21.
SUNDAY: Due to a Level 3 snow emergency being declared, all Delaware County District Library locations will be closed for the entirety of the day, Sunday, Jan. 20. Locations include branches in Delaware, Ostrander, Orange Township and Powell.
It's been many months in the process, but we are happy to officially unveil the new re-design of the quarterly "Check It Out" newsletter! This new design was created completely with our patrons in mind. It groups programs by age and subject, rather than location; includes program descriptions so you have everything you need all in one place; has a special place dedicated to what our Friends of the Library are doing; includes programs out in the community by our Community & Family Outreach Services Department; highlights our online resources; and gives great book recommendations in a staff review.
Delaware County District Library has come together as a system to commemorate those who fought in WWI. Through book discussions, local history walks, and expert speakers, we hope to pay tribute to a generation.
Hi, my name is Luke. I’m an Adult Services Specialist at the Library’s Orange Branch. I’m a self-admitted geek. I geek (among other things) films of all sorts and varieties. I love movies that are “so bad they’re good,” classy prestige films, monster movies, and just about anything and everything that is different, weird, creepy, fun, or just plain interesting.
The Winter Street Bridge over the Olentangy River will be closed beginning Monday, September 24th for approximately two weeks while crews repair the approach slabs and bridge abutments. This may affect your travel to the Delaware Main Library.
National Voter Registration Day is on Tuesday, September 25! Celebrate by registering to vote or verifying your registration before the 2018 Ohio General Election. Stop by any DCDL location that day (or any day!) to get registered.
We have exciting news! You may have heard some talk recently about Lynda.com, a popular website with thousands of courses teaching business and technology skills like computer programming, digital marketing, web design, data analysis and how to use almost any type of software you can think of.