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To safeguard the health and safety of our patrons, staff, and community, the Wright Library facility will be closed through April 5. No need to return materials; any overdue fines accrued during this closure will be waived.
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How to Get Started with Wright Library’s Cricut Explore Air 2
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.
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A one hour native plant social at Wright Library connected the community with local experts.
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View of the new community room on the Main Level. Construction continues on the Main Level throughout autumn.