Collaborative calendar makes it easy to find library events in Delaware County

The libraries of Delaware County want to make it easy for you to find information about the programs and events being offered at all of our locations, so Delaware County District Library, Sunbury Community Library and Ashley Wornstaff Memorial Library joined forces with Delaware County Events, to create a combined listing of library events going on throughout the county., an online calendar that has been posting community events for several years, now has a new category on its web site entitled “Library.”  When you click on this link, you will see a list of all the library programs offered during the current week and in upcoming weeks as well.  Clicking on the title of the program will link you to more information as well as providing a link to the sponsoring library. Each library posts its own events on the calendar, which is updated in real time so that the information  is as current and accurate as we can make it.

Why did we decide to create a collaborative calendar?  We recognize that library users lead busy lives, and sometimes planning your weekly library visits can be a challenge.  We wanted to make it easy for you to find a story time for your children or a fun and informative program for yourself regardless of where you find yourself in Delaware County on any given day.

We invite you to drop into any of the three libraries to attend a program, check out books or movies, or to simply enjoy some quiet time, and hopefully, this calendar will give you quick and easy access to all library activities in Delaware County.

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