The exciting programs linked to Delaware County District Library’s Summer Reading Program continue to fill our event calendar, and next week has some really fantastic programs for you and your children. The summer reading program, themed “Every Hero Has a Story” will end on July 25th, so you won’t want to miss these presentations next week.
UPDATE: The Ostrander Branch Library is open today (Wednesday, July 15), but is experiencing a loss in Internet connection. The branch is still able to help with your regular Library needs, but the public computers are unable to connect to the Internet.
The Ostrander Branch Library has been closed for the remainder of the day, Tuesday, July 14, due to a loss in power. The Scioto Township History 101 program scheduled for tonight has also been canceled due to the power loss and inclement weather.
We plan to re-open the branch tomorrow at its regular hours.
An exciting literary event is happening in the next few days, and Delaware County District Library is ready and waiting for it. On July 14, 2015, Harper Lee, the author of To Kill a Mockingbird will release the only other book she has written, Go Set a Watchman. Trust me, this is heady stuff for the literary and library world!
My mother used to say the Fourth of July was nearly the end of summer, but at the Delaware County District Library, our summer reading program is still going full steam ahead with several great events planned through the end of July.
All who attended the Ostrander Branch Library’s June book group fully enjoyed reading & discussing Fannie Flagg’s The All-Girl Filling Station’s Last Reunion. Flagg’s humorous writing style blends well with the sharing of the history of the women pilots (WASPS) who flew for the armed forces during World War II. The group gave the book a score of 4.8 out of 5.
You may have noticed that this summer, the Delaware County District Library does not have an Adult Summer Reading Program, and I wanted to give you a bit of an explanation.
Several framed pieces by local artist Duncan Myford are now on display at the Ostrander Branch. Mr. Myford specializes in digital art painting and automobile design. Stop by and enjoy his unique style and creativity!
We usually think of the Delaware County District Library’s summer reading program in terms of young children, but did you know we have some great, fun programs just for teens? Teen Librarians Mandy Henning and Becky Woodruff have developed entertaining but educationally sound (just between us!) programs, guaranteed to be enjoyed by Delaware’s teens.
“Every Hero Has a Story,” Delaware County District Library’s summer reading program is in full swing, and already thousands of kids have registered to participate. While your children don’t need to register to attend any of the programs or to read throughout the summer, if they are registered, they become eligible for some great rewards.
The Delaware County District Library’s 2014 Annual Report is now available at all Library locations, and I want to thank you, Delaware, for helping to make 2014 another banner year for us! Last year, you checked out more than 1.4 million items, including downloaded eBooks, DVD’s, audio books and adult, teen and children’s books. Of that total, nearly 70% of the items checked out were books—we’re clearly still very much in the book business.