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Everything you need, from help with your next school assignment to finding your next favorite read.
Information on the library's technology center, including available equipment, computer specs, policies, reservation options, etc.
From computer labs to test proctoring, services for seniors to local history collections, the library has something for everyone.
Grab a snack or refreshment at the Coffee Service while you're at the library.
Find out what kind of computer equipment and amenities the library offers.
Free notary services are now available at the library. Call or email us to confirm availability.
Every month, the library's Imagination Station is transformed to reflect a different theme to actively engage, entertain and educate young visitors of all ages. Themes have included a post office, a vet office, a farmer's market, a library and more.
Drop off various items for recycling at the Westerville Library.
Get information about state regulations, curriculum planning, library resources & organizations that can help.
In a hurry? Pick up your reserved items from the drive-up window.
Whether you're recently retired or caring for your aging spouse, we have books and services to fit your needs.
If you are a senior living in Westerville, the library may be able to deliver to your home. Find out more.
From the formation of the Ohio League in 1893, this dedicated group of men wielded increasing political power until the culmination of their efforts resulted in the 18th amendment to the constitution becoming law in January 1920.
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Invite library staff to visit your senior facility.
Borrow a laptop for use within the library.
Bring your classroom to the library for a visit. Or schedule a librarian to visit your school or daycare.
Learn about the organizations that the Anti-Saloon League worked with to fight for Prohibition.
This museum houses artifacts and printed materials of the Anti-Saloon League, a major force in the Prohibition movement during the early 19th century.
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Library staff can administer exams from institutions including distance learning centers, colleges and universities, and licensing agencies.
Race across land and sea with Mario Kart or challenge Grandma to a tennis match with Wii sports in the library's own Gaming Room.
Information on the computer lab for kids, including available equipment, computer specs, policies, reservation options, etc.
Committed to preserving and sharing Westerville's history through collections of material of local and national interest.
Search for books based on reading levels such as Accelerated Reader (AR), Lexile or Reading Counts.
Find free, quality websites for a variety of topics, hand-picked by librarians. Or suggest a site to add to our collection.
Explore the history of you. Build your family tree and learn more about your ancestors with these resources.
Learn about John Kasich through an archive of his State Senate and U.S. Congressional papers, housed at the Westerville Public Library since 2004.
Over 5,000 images of Westerville, from the 1800s to present day, have been digitized. This collection includes images of prominent leaders in the community, Westerville-area landmarks, aerial views, high school classes, former businesses and houses.
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