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Library Hours


Library Hours

                 Mon-Thu  9:00 AM-8:00 PM

                 Fri  9:00 AM-6:00 PM

                 Sat  9:00 AM-5:00 PM

                 Sun  CLOSED

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Programs & Events


Click here for the lastest edition of Footnotes, the library's seasonal newsletter. From author events to storytime to computer classes, Footnotes lists all of DPL's upcoming programs & events.

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Online Catalog


Search for thousands of books, DVDs, audiobooks, music CDs & more by searching our online card catalog.  Don't see what you are looking for?  DPL can find what you need from another library through our Interlibrary Loan Service.  Call the library at 330-343-6123 for assistance or send an email to:

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About Us


The Dover Public Library is committed to serving the life-long journey of learning by providing information and opportunities for personal enrichment and enjoyment to people of all ages in Dover and throughout the Tuscarawas Valley.  For more information about DPL, go to our website.

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Contact Us


Dover Public Library
525 N. Walnut Street
Dover, OH 44622
Map & directions

By phone:

330-343-6123 (voice)
330-343-2087 --fax

By email:

Director - Jim Gill
Fiscal Officer - Ron Dalpiaz

Department Contacts:
Children's Services-Pat Rombach
Adult Services- Paula Fawcett
Audio/Visual - Wendy Contini
Technology Room - Mary Prysi


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Use your library card to check out eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMusic & more on your eReader, iPad, or smart phone by going to the Ohio eBook Project.

For help using the Ohio eBook Project and for more information on Dover Public Library's eReader Borrowing Service, please visit the eBook section of our website.

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Get a Library Card


A recent report found that the importance of libraries in American life continued to grow in 2010—and accelerated dramatically as the national economy sank and people looked for sources of cost-effective help in a time of crisis. In fact, 68 percent of American adults have a library card. Now more than ever, Americans turn to – and depend on – their libraries and librarians financial information, computer and Internet access, and, of course, books, movies and more. It’s all free with a library card.
We have two classes of library cards: a juvenile card for kindergarten through grade 6, and an adult card for grade 7 through adult. To obtain a card, come to the library and fill out an application. You will need a form of identification, e.g. a driver's license, with your current address shown. Children in kindergarten through sixth grade must have their parent or guardian's signature on the application, and the parent or guardian must provide their own I.D. and proof of address to obtain the child's card.

There is no initial fee for your card., but we do charge a $1.00 replacement fee for lost cards. You may also request a P.I.N. (personal identification number) that will allow you to check your account and place reserves via our in-house computer terminals or by accessing our system using a computer and modem in your home. The library card is bar-coded for use with our automated circulation system. YOU MUST PRESENT YOUR CARD TO CHECK OUT MATERIALS! Our library card can only be used in our library, and we cannot honor other libraries' cards.

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Free Music Downloads


Download free, legal music (MP3) from Sony Music's huge collection. Limit: Three downloads each week. Click here.  Like iTunes, Freegal Music gives you access to millions of songs from over 10,000 labels including the complete Sony Music catalog. Call 330-343-6123 if you have questions

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Outreach Services


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Community Room


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Technology Room


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Interlibrary Loan


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