Get in Your Element this September—sign up for a library card! From borrowing books, ebooks, and adventure passes to getting homework help, learning new skills, or attending storytime, a library card helps you do more of what you enjoy.
How to get a card
Stop by the library and fill out a brief form. You’ll also need photo ID and proof of address (can be on your ID or a piece of mail such as a utility bill). For kids (age 17 and younger) getting cards, a parent/legal guardian must be present to sign the form.
Your first library card is always free! If you’ve misplaced yours, it is $3 for a new one.
Get a jump start on getting a card by filling out the form online (you’ll receive a temporary barcode to start placing holds and checking out ebooks).
All ages are invited to stop by our upper floor desk this month and spin the prize wheel for a free, vinyl sticker! Put it on a water bottle, laptop, or wherever to help get the word out about getting a library card!
Bingo and reading challenge
We also have fun bingo and reading challenge slips available for anyone to take – located across from the upper floor desk. Help yourself!
Happy Library Card Sign-up Month – be sure to tell your family and friends about getting a library card…it’s elemental!