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Get a Library Card


Get a Library Card!  Two Easy Ways

1.  Apply for a Library Card in person   



Stop by the Main Service Desk to present identification and proof of residency. Proof of residency can be a driver’s license, utility bill,

or other non-personal piece of mail addressed to you. If you are a student, we will need to see your student ID or your most recent school schedule.

You will select a PIN to access your online account and for reserving museum passes.

That’s it!  We’ll give you a card right away!


2. OR If it’s difficult for you to come in, you can apply for a library card online

Here’s how: 

  • Fill out the form HERE
  • You are eligible for a NOBLE eCard if you live in a Massachusetts town and do not currently have a library card from any NOBLE library
  • You will need to provide your personal and contact information to prove your residence in Massachusetts.


* You will be able to access Libby, Hoopla, and other digital resources from your home library and place holds on print materials


* Your eCard can be converted to a full card that can check out physical materials by visiting your library in person

* If you are home bound and wish to convert your eCard to a full card, please contact Community Librarian, Meg O’Neill at 978-325-5562 or to make arrangements















Children Using your card @ other libraries
Children of any age can get their own library card but a parent or guardian must give consent if they are under the age of 12.   You can use your card at just about any public library in Massachusetts. In addition you may use your library card number to get an eCard from the Boston Public Library where you will have access to the Boston Public Library’s Overdrive collection of eBooks and audiobooks! 

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