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Delaware Township Library Association

Delaware Township Library Association - CLOSED

 




HISTORY

The Delaware Township Library was started in 1981 by a group of dedicated residents, to provide a local library for residents of the township.  The library was located in the meeting room of the Delaware Township Building.  Shelves were constructed and housed a collection of donated and purchased books.  In 1983 the library moved to the building adjacent to the Township building, because it had outgrown the space in the township building.  In 2007 the library moved to its current location at 106 Connors Way at Akanec Park, Route 739.  The library houses a collection of adult fiction including many bestsellers and large print books, non-fiction and biographies, children’s fiction and non-fiction, in addition to videos and DVD’s and books-on-tape.  Currently there are more than 6,500  volumes, both print and non-print, available.  Our collection is acquired through purchases and donations from residents.  There is also a computer workstation with internet access. In the summer, we have a wonderful screened porch, with a view of the lake, where you can relax and read. 

PURPOSE

The purpose of the Delaware Township Library is to provide the residents in the area with the varied reading material and access to print and non-print information. 

 

 

 

 

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