Visitors to our Miller Park Branch will notice utility work occurring nearby. Please note that the library is open, but access to the parking lot is a challenge due to trucks working in the area.
Hoopla is a free audio and video streaming service available to all Upper Arlington Public Library cardholders. Through Hoopla, patrons now have access to thousands of titles in video, music, and audiobook formats for streaming or temporary download. Content can be enjoyed on smartphones, tablets or computers. Learn more about Hoopla, check our support page, or download a copy of our Hoopla Instructions sheet.
Discover Local History
Discover UA history, find family and friends in yearbooks (1923-2000), or witness the changes in this community through City and Village documents (1918-), using the UA Archives, UAPL’s digital library initiative.
One of the many benefits of your Upper Arlington Public Library card is having the ability to access the full Consumer Reports website free of charge. Get all the ratings, reviews and buying guides of appliances, electronics and other products you expect from the magazine, plus more exclusive content.
Can’t decide between several different brands? Use the Compare tool to get more details about each one. When you know what you want, use the Shop link to find where the product is available online. Try the Repair Cost Estimator to make sure you are getting a fair price for work done on your car. Watch videos to see product testing in action. You can do all this and much more with the easy-to-use ConsumerReports.org.
ConsumerReports.org is one of the most popular resources the library subscribes to, so don’t miss out!
To see a list of all UAPL subscriptions, go to the Research link at the top of this page, and click on Databases. Choose a subject or browse through the entire alphabetical list of resources.
2014 Pumpkin Contest
Votes can be placed between Oct. 24-Oct 30. The winning pumpkin will be announced on Oct. 31st.
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Patron Saint of Lost Dogs
Nick Trout, a veterinarian, writes a delightful story for pet-lovers. Estranged from his father, the vet pathologist Dr. Mills, returns to his hometown after a fourteen year absence. His father's much beloved veterinary practice, which he has left his son, is now debt-ridden and about to be taken over by the bank. Dr. Mills had hoped to sell the business and flee back to his southern retreat, ignoring the past and its memories. Now he’s forced to either give up the business or make an effort to see patients in order to keep it at least temporarily afloat. That might involve getting too close for comfort.
Get reliable information about the outbreak from some librarian-recommended sources.Read more
The 2014 General Election is taking place Tuesday, November 4, 2014.Read more