Wendy Boucuvalas moved to Oakwood from another Dayton suburb a year ago. No longer driving, she missed her trips to the local library.
Wright Memorial Public Library earns a four-star rating in the 2019 Library Journal Star Library Report for the second consecutive year.
Wright Library will host community information sessions in January, February, and March to discuss our upcoming operations levy.
Wright Library presents a series of workshops with financial advisor Katie Mitakides. Next workshop is 3/5/20 at 7:00 p.m.
Adults, join our Winter Reading Challenge between January 6th and February 29th.
A collection of Christmas and New Year cards sent from Orville Wright to Wright Library librarian Catherine Hadeler are now on display at Wright Memorial Public Library, courtesy of the Oakwood Historical Society.
A gift from the State of Ohio
Read a letter from Wright Library Director Kristi Hale about our library levy, appearing on the March 2020 ballot.
Voters approved a 1.5 mill levy for Wright Memorial Public Library with 67 percent voting in favor of the measure.
Learn about some important changes to our lending policies.
Announcing Curbside Returns and Pickup Services! Weather permitting, our curbside tents will be open on Telford Ave. M-F 10 AM-1 PM & 2-7 PM, Sat. 10-1 & 2-5. Learn how to schedule a pickup.
Kids, Teens, and Adults can register and turn in reading now through Aug. 8. Keep reading and stay connected all summer!
During May, Wright Library is hosting powerful images from a traveling Smithsonian exhibit. Check out the companion activities and learning lab designed to encourage dialogue, engagement, respect, and participation in our communities.