MONMOUTH JUNCTION, NJ - September is the American Library Association's Library Sign-Up Month. The annual drive to encourage residents and students to sign up for a library card has been going on since 1987. September was chosen to coincide with back-to-school time. It is free to register for a library card at the South Brunswick Public Library and the card in good for three years. Cards can be renewed in person and updated once personal information such as address and email are verified.
In order to sign up for a South Brunswick Library card, residents 18 years of age or older must show proof of residency by presenting a valid driver's license or other official document with their name and address on it. Residents 17 years of age and younger need a parent's or guardian's permission to register for a card.
South Brunswick Public Library cards can be used at other libraries in New Jersey that participate in the library sharing network such as the South River, Milltown, Spotswood, Red Bank, Old Bridge and Monroe Public Libraries. Non-residents can purchase a non-resident library cards for a $75 annual fee.
The South Brunswick Public Library is located at 110 Kingston Lane in Monmouth Junction.