37 E. Springtown Rd. Long Valley, NJ 07853 (Morris County) | Phone 908.876.3596
37 E. Springtown Rd. Long Valley, NJ 07853 (Morris County) | Phone 908.876.3596

News & Announcements

Spring Lifetime Learning

Registration is now open for spring Lifetime Learning. The semester kicks off on April 6th with “Giacomo Puccini & The Opera,” led by Dr. Robert Butts. Dr. Michael Norris and Dr. Salvatore Prisco both return in May, with “Virtual Metropolitan Art Museum Tours” and “Historical Controversies,” respectively. The cost for each series remains $25. Registration forms are available online and at the library.

Fold3 Military Database Now Available

The library is pleased to announce that it now has a subscription to Fold3, a genealogy database of original military records, including the stories, photos, and personal documents of the men and women who served.  Members of our library can access this database either from on-site computers or from home.  You can access the database using this link.

Gale Small Business Builder

Own a small business, or thinking of starting one?   Help is here.  Thanks to M.A.I.N. and the Morris County Economic Development Corporation we are pleased to offer Gale Small Business Builder. Click on Get Started on the page that opens. SBB is a step-by-step online planning tool for starting, managing and optimizing a business or non-profit.

Wireless printing now available

You can now print directly to a wireless printer from your mobile device when you are in the library.  Please be sure to ask a reference librarian for help you if you are unsure how to do this.

Free Driver Education Program

Will you or someone in your family be getting a driver’s permit soon? Do you need help preparing for the DMV test?  This online service will help your patrons prepare for the driver knowledge test and become safe drivers.  Click here to access the site.

2018 Fuel Economy Guide Now Available

Thinking of purchasing a vehicle this holiday season?  Concerned about fuel economy?  The U.S Dept. of Energy and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency can help.  The Guide and the website include updated fuel economy data for new and used passenger vehicles dating back to 1984, side-by-side vehicle comparisons, and fuel saving tips.  The website also contains vehicle-specific air pollution emissions information and safety ratings.  Click here for more information.

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