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  • 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 ​ We do not accept: ​ Textbooks Reader's Digest Condensed Books Manuals Encyclopedia Sets Out-of-Date Non-Fiction Books ​ Please do not leave items outside.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.

  • 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

  • Passport Fees | Mysite

    HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS More... Credit Cards Are Not Accepted At This Facility Passport Application Fee ​ Age 16 and over: $130.00 ​ Age 15 and younger: $100.00 ​ For expedited passports add $60.00. ​ Optional overnight delivery charges may be incurred. ​ You must use a check or money order made payable to U.S. Department of State for the application fee. ​ Cash and credit cards are NOT accepted. ​ Put your name and date of birth on the memo line in the lower left hand corner. ​ Passport Execution Fee There is a $35/per passport* execution fee made payable to the Waldwick Public Library. Checks, money orders and cash are accepted. ​ *The execution fee is set by the U.S. Department of State. Credit cards are NOT accepted. ​ Passport Photograph Fee The Waldwick Library Passport Agent will take one set of photographs for a fee of $10.00. ​ The Waldwick Public Library accepts cash, checks or money orders for the photo fee. ​ Credit cards are NOT accepted. ​ ​ Click here for more information from the U.S. Department of State.

  • eLIBRARY | Mysite

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  • Code of Conduct | Mysite

    HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS More... Code of Conduct ​ The Waldwick Public Library strives to provide the highest level of service to all library users. The following rules of behavior have been drafted to protect the rights of library users to enjoy a safe environment conducive to the use of library materials and services. Examples of disruptive or unacceptable behaviors include, but are not limited to: ​ Using a cell phone in the library. Eating, drinking, or bringing food or beverages into the library. Engaging in loud conversation, using offensive language or gestures, making noise, walking fast, running, pushing, fighting, staring at or following another person. Stealing, defacing, or misusing library materials, equipment, or facilities. Smoking, using tobacco products, striking matches, or lighting lighters. Misuse of restrooms; for example, shaving, bathing, or laundering clothes. Carrying a weapon into the library unless authorized by law. Bringing animals into the library except as necessary to assist a patron with a disability. Playing of audio equipment. Leaving a child who needs care (generally under the age of seven) in the library without adult supervision. Failing to wear proper attire, including shoes and shirt. Sleeping. Moving or misusing furniture; for example, sitting on work surfaces or putting feet on chairs or work surfaces. Skating and related activities such as use of scooters, inline skates, etc. Interfering with another person’s use of the library or with a library staff member’s performance of duties. Petitioning or distributing materials in the library. Participating in any illegal or prohibited activity. Library users who violate library rules and regulations shall be required to leave the premises and may lose library privileges and/or be subject to police intervention, including arrest. Adopted by the Library Board of Trustees Date: May 19, 2004

  • Passport FAQs | Mysite

    HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS More... Frequently Asked Questions Can I make an appointment to have my passport application processed? ​ Yes, at this time, we are taking appointments for passport services. Please call 201-652-5104. ​ How long will it take when I get in to see the agent? ​ In general, if you have all your paperwork in order and you have a simple application, the process will only take about 10 minutes per application. Please refer to the correct section of the website to see what paperwork you need to bring. ​ Can I use a credit or debit card, Apple Pay or the like? ​ No. The U.S. Dept. of State will accept checks or money orders only. You should bring separate checks for each application and one for the execution fee. The Waldwick Library wll accept checks, money orders and cash for photos and the execution fee. ​ Do I have to pay an execution fee no matter where I have my application processed? ​ Yes, the execution fee for all DS11 forms is currently $35 for everyone and is set by the U.S. Dept. of State. ​ Does the passport agent work for the Waldwick Library or the government? ​ The passport acceptance agents work for the Waldwick Library. They are certified as Acceptance Agents by the United States Department of State, Bureau of Consular Affairs and participate in yearly training to maintain certification. In addition to annual training our agents regulary receive stellar grades at yearly auditing of our facility. ​ When will I find the shortest wait time to apply for a passport? ​ There is really no predicting the right time to come for the least amount of waiting time. In general Saturdays are our busiest days. We recommend coming during our weekday, nighttime hours. The late summer into fall is also usually a less busy time of year. ​ If my child already has a passport, do I have to bring their birth certificate? ​ Yes! The application will not be processed without the birth certificate attached. The birth certificate is to prove your parental link to the child which cannot be proven by submitting only their old passport.

  • 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) 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. This class is currently suspended until further notice. ​

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