November at the Monroe Township Library November 2020
Expanded Library Hours
Delivery Service Between LMxAC Libraries
Patrons of the Monroe Township Public Library will be able to request materials from other libraries that our library doesn't own. This will give our patrons access to a larger pool of materials.
Please be aware that not all LMxAC libraries are participating at this time. This service may take longer than it had in the past because of new quarantine procedures.
If you are a LMxAC cardholder, please make requests through your hometown library.
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RBdigital Acquired by OverDrive
The Monroe Township Public Library moved its digital ebooks and audiobooks from RBdigital to the Libby app as part of OverDrive’s acquision of RBdigital. Patrons will continue to be able to browse, borrow, and enjoy great ebooks and audiobooks in eLibraryNJ or through the Libby app. For the time being, patrons will continue to use the RBdigital app to access magazines through ZINIO. Read more about the transition on our website at http://www.monroetwplibrary.org/rbdigital.
Curbside Pickup Moved to Drive-Thru
Curbside Pickup Service remains available by appointment, for those who prefer it.
Curbside pickup will be at the Drive-Thru window.
1. Request materials online or by phone.
2. Wait for notification that your item(s) are available.
3. Make an appointment for pickup.
4. Drive up to the window at your appointment time.
The mission of the Friends is to foster community awareness of the Monroe Township Public Library’s resources, programs and services; to promote its value as an educational and cultural asset to the community; and to support the library with membership dues and fundraising activities.
The Library seeks to document the COVID-19 pandemic by compiling an archival collection of memories and experiences created by Township residents. This collection will become The COVID-19 Diaries, a reference for residents, their families and historians for generations to come. Become a part of history by submitting your experience in any way you feel expresses you best. Examples of submissions are: journal entries, stories, records, art, photographs, video diaries/vlogs, poems, etc.
All submissions may be displayed on the Library’s website, social media and in the Library building in the future. We will also create a digital archive to document this period in time. Please include your full name and indicate how you would like to have your name posted with your entry, along with your contact information so we may contact you to bring your project to the Library when we are ready to display it.