News and Information
Hoopla is a digital media service offered by Delaware Public Libraries that allows you to borrow movies, music, audiobooks, ebooks, comics and TV shows to enjoy on your computer, tablet, or phone – and even your TV!
Thanks to American Rescue Plan Act bucks, the Selbyville Public Library will be able to build a new library and move out of the stately home in which it’s now housed.
New public libraries are being built across Delaware, as part of a state government goal to have 1 square foot of library space for each resident.
Milton Public Libraries can provide access to not just books but access to the movie "Rent." Experience the legendary musical “RENT” at the Milton Theatre with an Exclusive Discount from Delaware Libraries!
Energize Delaware has launched a program that will give public libraries money to add a solar array to their property to cut utility costs.
The Wilmington and North Wilmington Libraries are circulating technology, just like books in our community:
YWCA Delaware, in partnership with Delaware Libraries, has launched the Social Equity Championship, an e-interactive statewide social justice contest designed to promote awareness of economic, political and social inequities and provide opportunities for learning and civic engagement.
Looking for a job can be challenging and stressful when you don’t know where to start, where to go and what to do.
Representatives from the Georgetown, Lewes, Milford, Rehoboth and Selbyville libraries express gratitude for ARPA funding.
American Rescue Plan Act funding in the amount of $40 million will be distributed to libraries throughout all three counties in Delaware.