Chilton Online is Back

This continually updated resource provides:

  • Step-by-step service and repair procedures
  • Wiring diagrams
  • Maintenance and specification tables
  • Troubleshooting guides and diagnostic trouble codes
  • Photos, illustrations, diagrams and multimedia (videos and animations)
  • ASE test prep


Film to Digital Converter Available

Do you have boxes of negatives or family milestones on Super 8 film in the closet?   Don't lose those memories!  Convert them into digital format for easy preservation, storage and viewing. We have a digital convertor available for public use. You can convert slides, negatives, and films right here. 

Come in with them and a thumbdrive or SD/SDHC memory card and preserve your treasures now.

Call 419-898-7001 to set up an hour or two to work on them.


Thank You

We wish to acknowledge and thank the following persons for contributions given recently as memorials and honors:

Zoomigurumi in memory of Carol Kosanka by Mr. & Mrs. James Orman.

History of the 101st Airborne Division in memory of Frank Gluth by Mr. & Mrs. Larry Lickert.

Programs for the Homebound

Love the Library, but can’t get out? 

The library can provide a free home delivery service to your door!

Who is eligible?

Any resident of the Benton-Carroll-Salem School District who is unable to visit the building due to a temporary or permanent medical condition or circumstance that may qualify for home delivery.

There is no age restriction to qualify for this service.

1,000 Books Before Kindergarten

Take the 1KB4K Challenge with your child

Sound impossible?  If you read one book a night together, in three years you will have read 1,095 books.

Sign up at the library and receive a packet to record your progress. 

At every 100 books your child will receive a prize, and at 1,000 books, a library book will be dedicated to your child.

Have you visited the Local History & Museum Center?

If you haven’t been to the Local History Room & Museum Center, come by for a visit!  Whether you are looking for a long lost relative, old businesses of the past or just want to read about the history of our area, you need to visit the Oak Harbor Public Library Local History & Museum Center. The room is located in the lower level of the library with elevator access. We have resources tucked away in this quiet room which is perfect for the researcher. Inside the room you will find many interesting collections that are related to Oak Harbor.