Wecome Back to the Library!

Starting September 1, children under 14 may enter the Library without an adult. We welcome the return of unattended students in 4th grade and up who wish to read, study, complete homework, attend events, or socialize after school.

We remind you that the Library requires staff and visitors, including all children over the age of two, to wear masks and observe social distancing at all times while inside the building.

Community health was a paramount consideration in this decision. Many of the Library’s patrons are young children, families, people with medical vulnerabilities, or unvaccinated. For now, the Library has chosen a cautious approach, comparable to Governor Murphy’s Executive Order 251 requiring face masks be worn in school at all times, to ensure that the Library is accessible, safe, and welcoming for all.

Students who are unable or unwilling to comply with these safety measures will not be allowed entry but are welcome to use our many contactless services, including our extensive collections of eBooks and eAudiobooks, streaming movies and music, online learning services, personalized recommendations, curbside pickup, and home delivery options.

Learn more about our response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

The InBetween - Our Reimagined Teen Space

The InBetween Teen Room

We are incredibly excited to reopen our newly reimagined teen room, the Inbetween, this September!

Featuring comfy seating, PCs, gaming systems, a big-screen TV and more, all re-imagined around a groovy outer space theme—it’s the perfect place for teens to hang out after school!


Comfy Seating

Identify constellations and zodiac symbols, then peek past the craters of the moon to find a very special Easter Egg in the night’s sky!

We invite you to stop by and Ask a Star for help finding a great read, or just say “hi” to our incredible Youth Services team!

Ask a Star Librarian