Oak Harbor Public Library

147 West Main Street
Oak Harbor, OH 43449

419-898-7001

Mission:

The mission of the Oak Harbor Public Library is to serve as a center for information retrieval, cultural and intellectual pursuits, self-education, and recreational reading by providing a facility, services, and materials which meet the needs of the community.

History:

The Oak Harbor Public Library, established in 1908 by the Oak Harbor Literary and Social Club, is a municipal library serving the Benton-Carroll-Salem School District. The library operates under a board of trustees; seven members who are appointed by the mayor of Oak Harbor.

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