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  • Home Delivery | Mysite

    HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS More... Friends of the Waldwick LibraryHome Delivery Policy Friends of the Waldwick Library’s home delivery program brings library materials to residents of Waldwickwith valid library cards,who are unable to leave their home due to illness, disability, or other qualifying circumstance. Each request for service is assessed on a case-by-case basis.The guidelines for this program are as follows: 1.WaldwickLibrarywill loana variety of print and non-print materials including books, large print books, audio books, music CDs, movies or magazines to Waldwick residents throughthis service.The Library has the right to restrict the format and any titles requested based on availability. 2. Loan periods for materials are the same as for other users. Renewals will be allowed for WaldwickLibraryitemsthat are not on hold for someone else and are not from new collections. Renewals will be allowed on books borrowed from other libraries in accordance with the owning library’s lending policies. 3. Because recipients of this service receive and return library materials based upon the homedelivery schedule, no overdue fines will be chargedif items are returned within 2days of their due date. However, participants are responsible forall items checked out on their library cards and will be charged a fee for any lost or damaged items. 4.Home delivery patronsmay choose their own books, music, and movies if they wish. Using the online catalog, patrons can order materials online or call in their requests andthey will be ordered. For those with internet access, downloadable content is available at all times. 5. Patrons receiving homebound services must provide a safe and appropriate environment for volunteers. Sidewalks must be clear of ice, snow and other dangerous environmental elements. Pets must be kept under control and pose no danger of interaction with the volunteer. 6. Home Delivery volunteers are not allowed to “visit” with those requesting materials. Volunteers are scheduled to pick-up and deliver materials and timely completion of their task is noted by library staff. 7. If at any point a volunteer deems delivery or pick-up of materials unsafe, delivery will be postponed. To Schedule delivery or pick-up please call the circulation desk at 201-652-5104. Approved By Friends of the Waldwick Library on November 23, 2015

  • Staff Picks | Mysite

    HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS Passport Information More... Staff Picks Fall 2023 Staff Picks Spring 2023 Staff Picks Winter 2023 Staff Picks Summer 2022 Staff Picks Spring 2022 Staff Picks Winter 2022 Staff Picks Fall 2021 Staff Picks Summer 2021

  • Yoga, Zumba & Meditation | Mysite

    Meditation HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS More... ​ Intro to Mindfulness & Meditation-No Registration Required Last Tuesday of each month 7:00 pm ​ Mark Van Buren, author and certified yoga/meditation instructor will lead classes introducing students to the positive benefits of mindfulness and meditation which include lower stress levels, improved focus and better overall well-being. Visit Mark Van Buren’s website at

  • Internet Use | Mysite

    HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS More... Internet Use ​ The Waldwick Public Library is pleased to offer Internet access to patrons as part of our mission to develop collections, resources, and services that meet the educational, cultural, recreational, and business needs of the community. The library endorses the American Library Association’s Library Bill of Rights, and the Freedom to Read Statement. All library users are provided equal access to the resources available on the Internet. ​ The Internet contains a wide variety of material and opinions from varied points of view. There is material and information on the Internet which individual patrons may find inappropriate. ​ Patrons are hereby notified that they are responsible for the access points they reach. Parents of minor children must assume responsibility for their children’s use of the Internet through the library’s connection. As with other library materials, restriction of a child’s access to the Internet is the responsibility of the parent/legal guardian. ​ The Internet, like all of the library’s information sources, must be shared and used in a manner which respects the rights of others. Library personnel do not monitor or supervise Internet access except the length of time of use. Viewing of certain materials in the library may be considered improper in time, place, or manner. The library reserves the right to end an Internet session at any time if it is creating a disturbance. ​ The Waldwick Public Library assumes no responsibility for any damages, direct or indirect, arising from the use of its World Wide Web server or from its connections to other Internet services. ​ ​ Rules for Internet Terminal Use ​ The library reserves the right to restrict sessions to 60 minutes per day. Printing must be completed before the end of a session. Downloading of files is not available. ​ ​ Adopted by the Library Board of Trustees Date: March 14, 1997 Amended: April 17, 2002

  • Mission | Mysite

    HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS Passport Information More... Mission The purpose of the Waldwick Library is to provide information and easy access to a wide variety of books, magazines, newspapers and audio/visual material, as well as programs and services to enable the use and appreciation of these materials. These materials and services are provided to the residents of Waldwick in order to support them in pursuing occupational interests, recreational interests, intellectual curiosity and educational pursuits.

  • Passport Info | Mysite

    HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS More... Hours Describe your image Passport Fees Describe your image First Passport Under 16 Under 16 Ages 16 & 17 Describe your image Renewals Describe your image Name Changes Describe your image Lost or Stolen Describe your image FAQs Describe your image

  • Over 16 | Mysite

    HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS More... Applicants 16 and 17 years of age. Applicants who are 16 and 17 years of age must fill out a DS11 form and apply in person. ​ You must submit one of the following. Your evidence must be an original or certified, physical copy. Photocopies and notarized copies are not acceptable. Fully-valid, undamaged U.S. passport (may be expired) U.S. birth certificate that meets the following requirements: Issued by the city, county, or state of birth Lists your full name, date of birth, and place of birth Lists your parent(s)' full names Has the date filed with registrar's office (must be within one year of birth) Has the registrar's signature Has the seal of the issuing authority Consular Report of Birth Abroad or Certification of Birth Certificate of Naturalization Certificate of Citizenship ​ Show Parental Awareness If you have your own current identification document (ID), you may apply for a passport. You must show at least one parent or guardian knows that you are applying for a passport. Your passport application may be denied if we have received written objection from one of your parents or legal guardians. For more information, please see Children's Passport Issuance Alert Program . How to Show Parental Awareness: A parent or legal guardian appearing with you in person when you apply for your passport. The agent or employee accepting the application will ask your parent or legal guardian to sign Form DS-11. Bring a photocopy of that parent or guardian's ID. A signed, notarized statement consenting to issuance of a passport from at least one parent or legal guardian. The statement should be accompanied by a photocopy of that parent or guardian's ID. ​ Present ID ​ You (or your parent/guardian) must present one of the following IDs to the acceptance agent. In-state, fully-valid driver's license Fully-valid, undamaged U.S. passport (may be expired) Certificate of Naturalization or Citizenship (if the photo is still looks like you) Government employee ID (city, county, state or federal) U.S. military ID or military dependent ID Valid foreign passport Matricula Consular (Mexican Consular Identification, commonly used by the parent of a U.S. citizen child applicant) ​ Click here for more information from the United States Department of State.

  • Resume Reboot | Mysite

    Resume Reboot HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS More... Create a resume employers will notice. Whether you are making a career change, new to the job market or planning to return after a hiatus, write your resume and our resume expert will suggest effective and marketable changes. ​ This service is offered free of charge to Waldwick residents only. Appointments are necessary. Please call 201-652-5104 for more information.

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  • Museum Passes | Mysite

    Museum Pass Program HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS More... Friends of the Waldwick Library sponsor our popular museum pass program. Residents of Waldwick who are members in good standing of the Library are eligible for free admission* to these popular museums: ​ The Guggenheim Intrepid Air, Sea & Space Museum Museum of the City of New York *Museum of Natural History ($5 per tkt) Stickley Museum Storm King Art Center Yogi Berra Museum ​ A $20 refundable deposit is required at the time of checkout and will be returned upon handing in the pass. ​ The $5 fee for tickets to the Museum of Natural History entitles the borrower to admission to one special exhibit. Although they don't take part in the program, Liberty Science Center will extend a 10% discount to Waldwick Library patrons who show their active library card. ​ ​ ​

  • Digital Magazines | Mysite

    HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS PASSPORT INFORMATION More... Libby DigitalMagazines A selection of 250+ magazine titles. Use your Waldwick Library card to make an account, borrow digitally and read on your favorite mobile device or pc.

  • ESL Classes | Mysite

    HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS PASSPORT INFORMATION More... ESL Classes The library hosts English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESL) programs, which are free and open to adults who want assistance learning and speaking English. We have a rolling enrollment policy and students are invited to begin the class at any point in the year. Classes run from September - June unless otherwise directed by teacher. Call 201-652-5104 for information on each individual class. ​ Wednesday, 10:15 am...Learning Activities Class (registration required) Wednesday, 6:00 pm...Personas Fluentes en Espanol Thursday, 7:00 pm...Learning Activities Class ​ ESL Learning Activities Class is designed with lessons tailored to develop fluency and understanding of the English language. ​ ​ Spanish Speakers Class is for native Spanish speakers and is led by a bilingual instructor. This class meets on Wednesdays at 6:00. ​

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