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!
We're About To Make Everything Better!
Delaware County District Library is joining the Central Library Consortium (CLC) within the coming weeks. This partnership results in 17 library systems serving 1.5 million residents across seven counties.
Get your first look at what's happening at the Delaware Library this spring. Between retirements, getting a new Bookmobile out on the road, and checking out "books" from a Human Library, we're a busy library and we hope you join us for the fun!
Due to a Level 2 snow emergency being declared, all Delaware County District Library locations will be closed for the entirety of the day, Wednesday, Feb. 7. Locations include branches in Delaware, Ostrander, Orange Township and Powell.
Love seeing your favorite author's work up on the big screen? You'll get your chance with these titles that have been opted for film or television in the near future! Check out the list, then search the catalog to reserve the title and read it before it hits theatres.
This Friday kicks off the first meeting of the annual Great Decisions Program in Delaware. This fabulous series is a direct result of the Foreign Policy Association’s decision to inspire the American public to learn more about the world. The Great Decisions program was developed in 1954 and soon came to Delaware through the Delaware County League of Women Voters in the early ‘80s.