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  • Charitable Collections Policy | Mysite

    HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS More... Charitable Collections ​ As a community service, the library makes a limited amount of floor space available for use by nonprofit community groups collecting supplies for charitable purposes. Nonprofit community groups are defined and limited to "those groups which are located within or have their principle business address within the Borough of Waldwick." No monetary collections, transactions, or activities save for those directly benefiting the Waldwick Public Library will be permitted on library premises. ​ ​ Guidelines ​ Collection containers shall be housed in the library no longer than four weeks. Size of the collection container shall be no larger than 30 inches high, 24 inches wide, and 24 inches deep. All promotional information must be affixed to the container. The container shall be located at the discretion of the library director. Materials collected shall conform to library regulations. Materials must be retrieved from the container twice weekly or at the discretion of the library director. If the materials and container are not collected as agreed, the library reserves the right to dispose of the contents and container at the library’s sole discretion. Applications from minors require the signatures of two adults who reside in Waldwick. If you would like to set up a charitable collection at the library, click here for an application. Adopted by the Library Board of Trustees Date: October 18, 2023

  • Contact | Mysite

    HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS Passport Information More... Contact Us Address ​ Waldwick Public Library 19 E. Prospect St. Waldwick, NJ 07463 Email waldcirc@bccls.org Phone 201-652-5104 Fax 201-652-6233 Staff Lori-Ann Quinn, Director quinn@waldwick.bccls.org Jennifer Kelly-Maloney, Youth Services jennifer.kellymaloney@waldwick.bccls.org Jennifer Novegrod, Head of Circulation waldcirc@bccls.org Janet Zakrzewski, Business Officer janet.zakrzewski@waldwick.bccls.org

  • Lost and Stolen | Mysite

    HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS More... Lost & Stolen Passports Report your physical U.S. passport lost or stolen immediately to protect yourself from identity theft. You can replace it now or later - it's up to you! ​ Records and IT systems do not connect to the records or systems of outside companies. No one can access records or obtain copies of a U.S. citizen’s records by using a passport number. ​ No one can travel internationally using only a U.S. passport number. Travelers must present an original, physical version of a U.S. passport book or U.S. passport card upon entering a foreign country and when returning to the United States from a foreign country. ​ The U.S. passport book and passport card are highly secure documents with numerous security features designed to prevent successful counterfeiting. ​ To replace a lost or stolen passport, you must fill out a DS11 form and apply in person. You can replace it now or later - it's up to you! ​ How to Report your Lost or Stolen Passport ​ Report your passport lost or stolen by using one of the 3 options below: Online: Click on the tool below, and navigate to the "Report Lost or Stolen" tab. ​ https://pptform.state.gov/ ​ Mail: Complete, sign, and mail Form DS-64 to the address on the form. ​ Phone: Call toll-free 1-877-487-2778 (TTY 1-888-874-7793 ). If you want to apply for a new passport, you'll have to also fill out the paper Form DS-64 to turn in with your application.

  • Mah Jongg Meet Up | Mysite

    HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS More... Mah Jongg Meet Up 2nd & 4th Friday of the month Mah jongg enthusiasts of all skill levels are invited to gather at the Waldwick Library on the second and fourth Friday of every month at 1:00 pm to play mah jongg. The sessions are open ended and participants can play as many or as few games as they want. Players with mah jongg sets are encouraged to bring them as the library has a limited number to loan. This program is free, ongoing and open to players from all communities. For more information call 201-652-5104 ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

  • Films | Mysite

    HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS PASSPORT INFORMATION More... Third Friday Film The Third Friday Film takes place on the third Friday of each month and features a newly released film with positive critical reviews and mainstream popularity. Close captioning is used when available. ​ Light refreshments are served. ​ Next movie, Friday, June 16, 2:00 pm The Whale ​ ​ ​ S ​ ​

  • Book & Media Donations | Mysite

    Book, Media, Puzzle & Game Donations Accepted HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS More... The Waldwick Library will gladly and gratefully accept book, media, puzzle and game donations. ​ Items that are donated are evaluated and if they can't be added to our collection, they are put into the book sale, the proceeds of which help to fund the purchase of new materials. ​ Donations should be in new or gently used condition, undamaged and free from yellowing, water stains and malodorous scents. Puzzles and games should have all their pieces. ​ We are happy to accept hard cover and paperback books for both adults and children, DVDS and music CDs. We ask that you bring no more than one shopping bag of materials at a time due to storage constraints. ​ We do not accept: ​ Textbooks Reader's Digest Condensed Books Manuals Encyclopedia Sets Out-of-Date Non-Fiction Books ​ Please do not leave items outside. They will get ruined and we will have to send them to the recycling center! ​ ​ ​

  • Renewals | Mysite

    HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS More... Renewing a Passport Any applicant with a 5 year passport must renew in person. Here for more info. Y ou can renew your passport by mail using a DS82 form if you answer yes to ALL 5 of the statements below 1. You have your passport to submit with your application 2. It's undamaged other than normal wear and tear 3. Was issued when you were age 16 or older 4. Was issued within the last 15 years 5. Was issued in your current name or you can document your name change If you answer no to any of these quesstions you must apply in person. Click here for more information from the U.S. Dept. of State

  • Digital New York Times Access | Mysite

    HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS PASSPORT INFORMATION More... Digital Access Waldwick library cardholders access The New York Times from anywhere! ​ Enter your Waldwick library card number below then click submit to create your account and start using nyt.com immediately. You must click submit for access after entering your card number! Your access will be available for the 24 hours. After 24 hours, simply come back, reenter your card number, and login as an existing user with the username and password you created. Submit This platform is supported in full or in part with funds provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, administered by the New Jersey State Library, award number LS-250226-OLS-21.

  • 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 www.authormarkvanburen.com

  • BCCLS | Mysite

    HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS Passport Information More... The Waldwick Public Library is a member of the Bergen County Cooperative Library System (BCCLS), commonly referred to as "BUCKLES". The BCCLS consortium consists of 77 libraries in Bergen, Essex, Hudson and Passaic Counties and affords patrons reciprocal borrowing privileges at all member libraries. ​ Patrons with valid Waldwick Library cards can request materials from BCCLS' libraries be sent to Waldwick for easy pick-up and materials borrowed from any ember library can be returned to Waldwick and will be sent back to their home library. ​ www.bccls.org

  • Digital Wall Street Journal | Mysite

    HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS PASSPORT INFORMATION More... Digital Wall Street Journal Access Waldwick library cardholders access The Wall Street Journal from anywhere! ​ Enter your Waldwick library card number below then click submit to create your account and start using wsj.com immediately. You must click submit for access after entering your card number! Your access will be available for the next 3 days. After 3 days, simply come back, reenter your card number, and login as an existing user with the username and password you created. ​ ​ ​ Submit ​ You are not permitted to share the sign-on credentials with any other person whatsoever. Any violation of this clause will result in Dow Jones terminating access for the library. Please be mindful of this so everyone can enjoy digital access to The Wall Street Journal. ​ This platform is supported in full or in part with funds provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, administered by the New Jersey State Library, award number LS-250226-OLS-21.

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