Library Card Sign-up Month
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September is Library Card Sign-up Month

Come in to fill out an application, or click HERE.

Sign up during September and receive a prize. Replacements for lost cards are free in September only. (Normal replacement cost is $2.00)

Beyond borrowing books, DVDs and CDs; the many benefits of library membership include access to online resources and classes, ebooks and downloadable magazines, discounted or free passes to many local museums and the assistance of our librarians and staff.

To get a SAILS library card, come to the library with identification that contains your current name and address. Barring any problems, you can get your library card in a matter of minutes. Children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by a parent and must have their application signed by a parent or guardian.

Your personal SAILS library card is good at 73 libraries and branches in 40 communities throughout Southeastern Massachusetts.

Please be sure to bring your library card with you each time you visit the library.

Book Reviews courtesy of BookPage.com
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