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.
Tuesdays 1-4pm, Thursdays 6-7:30pm
Third Thursday of each month 1:30-3:00pm
(No nonfiction book club meetings July and August)
ELBERON BOOK CLUB - Elberon Branch Library
First Wednesday of each month at 6:30pm
Friends of the LBPL Monthly meeting follows Book Club.
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.
Popular Fiction, New Non-Fiction and Large Print
New Movies, Audiobooks & Music
Meeting Room - (click here for more information)
Technology & Career Center
Local History Room
Programs & Events (click here for more info)
New Teen Zone!
Magazines & Newspapers
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:
August's Reference Resource of the Month
COMPLETE DIRECTORY FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
The Long Branch Free Public Library has the Complete Directory for People with Disabilities. If you are living with a disability or have a loved one who is, this resource is for you! It is divided into two sections. The first section includes general resources for people with disabilities and features subsections entitled Assistive Devices, Camps, Computers, Education, Government Agencies, Independent Living, Libraries & Research Centers, Media, Veteran Services, Vocational & Employment Programs, and Rehabilitation Facilities. Most programs and services are listed alphabetically by state. “Media” lists books, periodicals, and audiovisual materials for children, young adults, and adults with disabilities and for parents and professionals. The second section lists resources for people with specific disabilities, listed alphabetically.
Since it is in our reference section, it must be used in the library. Ask the staff member at the Adult Services desk on the lower level to help you locate it or to assist you in its use. When you find what you need, photocopiers are available in the Adult Services Department. Copies are $.10 per page. Look also for The Complete Learning Disabilities Directory, The Complete Directory for People with Chronic Illness, and the Older Americans Information Directory.