The Delaware County District Library (DCDL) Orange Branch has transformed the Imagination Garden into the “Illumination Garden” for the holiday season, with the help of thousands of twinkling lights and a donation from Meijer.
Located at the Orange Branch Library, the Illumination Garden will be on display every night from dusk to dawn now through the end of January. Guiding the path through the garden are lit trees, snowmen, and even an appearance by Santa’s sleigh and reindeer.
Our winter edition of "Check It Out" newsletter and event calendar features Youth Services Specialist Bridget on the cover, promoting the new Winter Reading Club at DCDL. You'll also read more about our DCDL Audio Booths, discover a post-Katrina New Orleans during DelawaREADS, and see why we're open on Martin Luther King Day for 2017.
Thank you for taking the time to "Check It Out."
Tired of reading today's news about the upcoming election? Try reading a political thriller by one of these popular authors instead! It might make you feel better about things. Click the titles or book covers to view it in DCDL's catalog and reserve your copy.
During the month of November, writers are encouraged to pen a novel of 50,000 words and are given ample support though online forums, write-ins, writers’ discussion groups and more. NaNoWriMo is for anyone who has ever thought about writing a novel.
Senior Showcase Deadline Extended
In order to best serve our patrons, we are upgrading the telephones within the entire Delaware County District Library system. While we migrate, there may be some minor glitches or inconveniences in reaching your local DCDL branch. We appreciate your patience as we work through this to make the transition as seamless as possible.