The Community Heroes: Firemen program for Children's Summer Reading was mistakenly printed in some of our newsletters as being on May 11.
The program will be on Monday, June 8, 2015 at 2:00 PM. We will meet at the Delta Fire Station for a guided tour then return to the Library for a game and prize drawing.
More details will be available as we approach June.
Delta Library is going to be digitizing its collection of Delta High School yearbooks for preservation and online access.
We will be making electronic copies of all of our yearbooks, but we seem to be missing a few issues and would like to have as complete a collection as possible.
If your family has any of the following years, we would like to borrow them for 3-5 weeks for the duplication process.
You will get your yearbook(s) back when the project is completed.
Volumes we are missing are:
Anything prior to 1930
Any condition is helpful, personal notes and embellishments are acceptable.
Please contact Clint at the Delta Library, 419-822-3110 or email@example.com if you are able to lend us any of these missing years!
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As part of an ongoing digitization project, we have been working on making the full text of the Delta, Ohio Area History book available for online viewing.
We are happy to announce that this project has been completed. This treasure trove of information on Delta and local families is available online.
The book covers the history of Delta and the surrounding area from before Delta’s 1863 incorporation until the book’s publication in 1990.
Topics of the book include:
Early Area Settlements
The Founding of Delta
Family Histories from Abbott to Zimmerman
The book also includes sketches, artwork, and poetry from local residents and photographs chronicling the Delta community from its earliest days.
Access to the book may be found on the left side of our Home Page under the Genealogy & Local History section.
Next Meeting: Saturday, May 16
Grades K-2 10:00- 11:00 AM
Grades 3 and up 11:00- Noon
Games and activities featuring everyone's favorite construction toy!
Participants are encouraged to bring in their own awesome LEGO creations to Show and Tell (we keep them seperate from the Library's LEGO collection, don't worry!)
Open to all ages Kindergarten and above.
Registration is required. You do not need to re-register if you participated in a past meeting.
Do you have a box or bin of old LEGO pieces in your attic or garage long abandoned by your children or grandchildren? Donate them to the library for children to enjoy!