Our Adult Collection is located on the main and lower level. From adult programming to services that include free notary, job search help, internet/computer use, adult classes and more, the Long Branch Free Public Library is an up to date, modern library that values traditional service and superior customer service.

    Main Floor: 
         Popular Fiction, New Non-Fiction and Large Print
         World Languages

         New Movies, Audiobooks & Music

         Meeting Room - (click here for more information)

         Technology & Career Center        

         Local History Room

         Notary Service*

   Lower Level:

         Programs & Events  (click here for more info)

         New Teen Zone!
         Magazines & Newspapers
         Notary Service*

         Fax and Copying Services - fees apply
         12 public internet computers (ages 12+) & 1 typewriter
         Microfilm machine, photocopier and fax machine.​​​​​​​​​​
         (fees may apply, please ask for help at the reference desk)

 

 

*Notary service is provided free of charge, please bring a valid ID and do not sign paperwork to be notarized until you are in the presence of Notary.  You may call

ahead to ensure Notary will be available.

 

 

Reference Librarian Janet Birckhead suggests the following resource for JUlY:

                                              NANCY DREW SLEUTHS

Did you know that 2015 is Nancy Drew’s 85th anniversary? If you are a Nancy Drew fan, check out Nancy Drew Sleuths, www.ndsleuths.com,  the website of an organization of Nancy Drew collectors, fans, and scholars, to find out more! This website offers merchandise to purchase, but there is plenty of information for free as well. The website opens at the Nancy Drew Conventions section. It starts with an article entitled “The Mystery behind Following in Nancy Drew’s Footsteps” and includes links to various Nancy Drew mini-conventions.  Most of the mini-conventions took place earlier this year, but look under “Our Next Adventures”  for mini-conventions scheduled for 2016 and beyond.  The Sleuth Con link will also take you  to information about the major convention held in San Francisco, but this link is outdated.  This convention was last held in 2014.

If you can’t get to a convention but want to buy convention paraphernalia, there are

links to the Sleuth Shop and Café Press Shop.  The librarian ordered a non-Nancy Drew T-shirt from Café Press. Warning: Café Press’s shirts run very small.   You should probably order two sizes larger than you normally do! Returning items to Café Press can be problematic. “The  Sleuth “is a fan zine that is published every other month. Go to the link to subscribe.  The Nancy Drew Sleuth Website link will take you to a site with lots of articles written by fans, collectors, and Nancy Drew experts. If you are a fan, you can spend an enjoyable hour exploring this section. The ND Sleuths: Jr. Det. Squad is a membership-only offshoot of Nancy

Drew Sleuths, for kids 18 and under. Membership costs $27.50 (a one-time fee). The Nancy Drew Book Club link invites fans to start discussion groups in their area. Current groups are in Scottsdale, Arizona; Boston, Massachusetts; and Charlotte, North Carolina. The Facebook and Twitter links enable fans to follow Nancy Drew Sleuths on social media.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Welcome to our Adult Services Department
Adult Classes

English Classes -   Thurs. @ 6 pm
Computer Classes - on hiatus.  We have many wonderful self-guided tutorials available for those seeking to learn and/or better their computer skills.

 

Bridge Club

 Tuesdays 1-4pm, Thursdays 6-7:30pm

 

Mah Jong

Wednesdays 11am-1pm

 

Book Clubs 
Nonfiction Book Club - Main Library

Third Thursday of each month 1:30-3:00pm

Non-Fiction Book Club does not meet in July and August, but reconvene in September!

 

 

ELBERON BOOK CLUB - Elberon Branch Library
First Wednesday  of each month at 6:30pm

Friends of the LBPL Monthly meeting follows Book Club. 

Upcoming Selections:

 

April 1st:                       "My Name is Mary Sutter" by Robin Oliveria

May 6th                          "The Lowland" by Jhumpa Lahiri

June 3rd:                         Annual Friends Membership Dinner