Another guest post from the awesome iCate. Cate is currently a SAHM who was laid off from corporate America two years ago. She used to work project plans – and now spends her days building forts, managing play-doh and legos, and reading countless books with her kids. She never watches TV and dreams of ways she can reorganize and streamline to create more open space in her world. Her husband fears that one day she will sell him on craigslist. If her knees cooperate, she is hoping to run the Cbus half marathon this spring, her first since her pre-kid days. Cate resides in Worthington with her two children and fab husband. She also blogs over at iCate.
We are library rats. Between myself, my husband and the kids, we visit almost daily and easily have +120 items checked out at any given moment. We live in Worthington which is home to the 2007 Library of the Year! If you haven’t heard, Worthington has amazing branch locations, helpful and friendly staff members, a plethora of offerings, and fabulous events!
Northwest: off Hard Road between Smokey Row and Sawmill
- You do not need to be Worthington residents to take advantage of Worthington Library facilities and events.
- If the event requires registration, make sure to do so. Although the library rarely turns people away, registration ensures that the space doesn’t get too crowded and they have enough supplies for participants.
- Pay attention to which branch location is hosting the event as there are three locations (Old Worthington, Northwest on Hard Road, and Worthington Park. You don’t want to arrive in the wrong location for an event! Trust me, I have done this and had disappointed kids to deal with!