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.
Updated March 19, 2020 - We will no longer be able to provide a pickup service or copy/fax service for patrons.
Due to the continuing developments related to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, the Oak Harbor Public Library Board of Trustees has decided to close the Library beginning Tuesday, March 17th and hope to reopen on April 6, 2020.
All library programs and meeting room reservations in March through April 6 have been canceled.
Frequently Asked Questions:
How about late fees?
Items checked prior to March 16 have been extended to April 15, 2020.
Will Wi-Fi still be available?
Yes. The Library Wi-Fi is open and accessible outside the library building
Thank you for your understanding. Stay safe.