We'll be celebrating National Banned Books Week with special events Monday through Friday! Each event attended equals a chance to win one of five special gift baskets, valued at over $100 each!
We have new and returning fun clubs, programs, and activities at your libraries!
The SEO consortium which allows for the sharing of books among libraries across the state recently switched cargo companies. As a result of this transition, requested items may take longer than usual to arrive. Thank you for your patience. If you have any questions, please contact your library.
All Highland County District Library locations will be closed on Monday, July 5th, in observance of Independence Day. Bookdrops will remain open and regular hours will resume on Tuesday, July 6th. Have a happy Fourth of July!
Stop by the Hillsboro Library for our fourth-annual Library Comic Con!
The African American Awareness Research Council and the Highland County District Library will present a Black History program honoring Reverend Wendell Harewood and the 2020-21 AAARC Scholarship recipients on Saturday, June 19th, with guest speaker Dr. Craig McKinney. The program will be held at the Hillsboro Church of the Nazarene beginning at 1:00 p.m. For those wishing to attend via Zoom, the link is provided below. Those attending in-person are encouraged to wear a face mask if not vaccinated. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89170360497?pwd=Y3dva1RZaXhvYVg0cnY2bThtcTdDZz09
The internet at the Leesburg Library is currently out. We are working on a fix and apologize for the inconvenience. You can still check out items, return items, and print (as long as you don't need the internet to access the document). In the meantime, the internet at the other four Highland County District Library locations is up and running, so feel fee to stop by and use the computers!
This year's summer reading is all about animals! Come read, learn, and even meet some furry friends!
Come celebrate with fun activities and contests!
Curbside service available upon request.
The Hillsboro Library will be adjusting its hours starting Mon., Aug. 1.
Summer Reading is almost here!
Check out the calendar to see what arts and crafts are available for all ages at your libraries!
HCDL is excited to announce that, through a grant provided by the Foundation for Appalachian Ohio (FAO), Facebook, and T-Mobile, we now have hot spots available to be checked out by library patrons. Call your library or stop by to learn more!