From an award-winning symphony to a superior art gallery, Delaware County is full of opportunities to experience amazing culture. See what's being planned right in your backyard.
Whether you're looking to take classes, build your business, or network with local professionals, you'll find much to benefit from these local resources in Delaware County.
People who call Delaware County home have learned about the many "hidden gems" in our community, which include our robust park system, shopping and entertainment opportunities, and more places to explore.
There's always something happening at the Delaware County District Library over the summer. This summer we bring you "Libraries Rock!" - the theme for the 2018 Summer Reading Club.
In 2016, the Delaware County District Library paired up with several organizations in the county that support the arts and support senior services. The result of this collaboration was the county’s first-ever juried art exhibit and competition specifically for individuals ages 55 and older. It was called the Senior Showcase: Art After 55.
This year, we are proud to announce that through a partnership between DCDL, Willow Brook Christian Communities, and The Arts Castle, the second Senior Showcase will debut this fall!
The Delaware County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (EMA), in coordination with People In Need (PIN) of Delaware County, Inc., are asking for donations of NEW box fans. All fans collected will go to Delaware County residents that are served by People in Need. The fan drive runs until September 15 or until cooler weather prevails. Donation Stations are listed below and include all Delaware County District Library branches, Delaware County EMS and fire stations.
UPDATE: After regaining its electricity, the Powell Branch Library has now reopened and will remain open for its regular operating hours today, Tuesday, May 1. All regularly scheduled evening programs will go on, as planned.
The Delaware County District Library (DCDL) is bringing back a service that many library patrons will recall from their youth – the neighborhood and community Bookmobile visits.
What's Tuesday without This Is Us? If you're missing the hit show, try one of these titles to fill the Pearson drought!