While we are closed, you can still borrow eBooks (and more!) through the Ohio Digital Library, even if you don't have a library card.

Here's how:

Use this link to register for a temporary library card account.

From the pull down menu, be sure to select Oak Harbor Public Library from the list of libraries

Complete and submit the registration form in the pop-up window (use all upper case ONLY when completing the form)

covid 19 info

UPDATE March 23, 2020

In compliance with the order for Ohioans to stay at home issued by Gov. Mike DeWine, Oak Harbor Public Library will remain closed through at least April 6. Further, all library programs and events and all use of public spaces are canceled at least through mid April.

Instead of returning the library items in our book drop, please keep them until the library is able to open again. Due dates have been extended and no fines will be charged.

We are closed until further notice. Please check out these online resources that you can access without a library card.

Storyline Online offers books read by celebs.

Hoopla

While the Library is closed due to the coronavirus outbreak, but our digital services remain open 24/7, available to anyone with a library card and Internet connection.

Hoopla apps are available for IPhone and Android users and Hoopla also can be accessed on a computer at hoopladigital.com. Effective immediately we have increased the Hoopla borrowing limit to 10 checkouts a month. Movies and TV shows checked out on Hoopla can be viewed using a Roku or Chromecast and similar devices.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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