A few weeks ago, I explained how you could keep a list of the books and other items you have checked out from the Delaware County District Library by opting into “Reading History” on your Library card account. I have had several people thank me for letting them know about this feature, that I use frequently.
The Powell Branch Library is breaking out of the stacks this summer and taking programming to local businesses in Powell. Branch Associate Amber Imbrogno established a relationship with the Powell Village Winery, which will serve as the host for the Powell Branch Library’s Wine Book Club. Imbrogno started the book club after looking to join various book clubs but couldn’t find one discussing titles she would be interested in reading.
As hard as it is to believe, schools are about to recess for the summer, and that event triggers the beginning of Delaware County District Library’s Summer Reading Club for kids of all ages. This year’s theme is "Every Hero Has a Story," and the fun begins on May 30th at all Library locations.
Sometimes in the course of your daily world, you may find it necessary to have the use of several computers for training purposes. Your business may be in need of a site to hold a small computer class to train several employees, or you may need to familiarize several people with the same software at the same time.
The Delaware County District Library staff are avid readers. We like sharing and talking about what we read almost as much as we like reading. Our patrons enjoy discussing books with us and knowing what we like and disliked. The books staff select for the “Staff Picks” display truly fly off the shelves!
Do you have a teenager living in your house who will soon be a driver? Are you considering getting your CDL (commercial driver’s license) for a career change? Is a motorcycle license in your future?
Recently, I was curious to find out what the top circulating adult titles were at Delaware County District Library. I asked our crack staff to do some research using the Library’s online catalog to identify these titles for me. I was surprised by a few of the titles, but most of them were what I expected. Are you curious, too?
April is National Poetry Month. Here at DCDL we have a great collection of poetry that will appeal to all ages. From Dr. Seuss and Shel Silverstein, to the list we posted over on the teen blog to classic and modern poetry collections for adults. Here are just a few of our poetry titles to check out:
April 15th is the deadline for filing your taxes with the IRS, and some of us have a reason to be happy about that; others are not so happy. But April 15th is an important day at Delaware County District Library for an entirely different reason—it’s National Bookmobile Day!