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Residents and tax-paying non-residents of the Lindenhurst School District are entitled to a library card. You must present one form of ID with name and proof of address such as a driver's license, car registration, insurance card, utility bill, tax bill or property ownership bill or legitimate correspondence (examples: bank statement, credit card statement, medical statement, etc.)

Residents and tax-paying non-residents of the Lindenhurst School District parents/guardians who would like to apply for a card for their children must present one of the same required IDs.

Library cards expire every three years. Any questions please contact the Circulation Desk, (631) 975-7755. You can apply for a temporary card online here, but you must visit the library within the next 30 days to complete registration.

 

Click here to access the library online catalog.

 

Available: The item should be on the shelf. 

Recent Return: The item was returned in the last 24 hours, and should be available. 

Date:  If there is a date shown under the status, that means that the item is not available because it is checked out and due back on that date.

On Holdshelf: The item is not available because a patron requested it and it is awaiting pick up. 

In Transit: The item is not available because it being shipped either to or from another library.

In Process: This item is not available because it is a new material that is being prepared for public use. 

Off Campus: This item is not available because is being borrowed by a Nassau County Library. 

 

Request these items by:

1. Clicking on Request

2. Type the barcode from your library card.

3. Type in your password/pin

4. Select your Pickup Location

5. Click on SUBMIT. A message should appear saying the request was successful.

 

When the item is ready for pickup we will contact you using the phone number or email address you provided to us.

 

1. First time online library account users will need to create a Password before they are able to use the features of your online library account. From the MY LIBRARY ACCOUNT screen accessed from the catalog, click on "Create a Password". Once you enter your library card barcode, a password creation link will be sent to the email address that is in your library account. If you do not have an email in your library account, please contact us.

2. Once the Password has been accepted, you will be immediately be logged into your account. If there are more than five failed attempts to log in with the same barcode within one minute, the system will block access to your account for one minute.

If you have forgotten your Password, or if you are having trouble logging in please come in to see a librarian.

 

If you find an item in our catalog that has a due date, is on the holdshelf, is in transit, in process, or off campus that means the item is not available. 

To Request this item:

1. Click on Request

2. Type the barcode from your library card.

3. Type in your password/pin

4. Select your Pickup Location.

5. Click on SUBMIT. A message should appear saying the request was successful. 

When the item is available we will contact you using the phone number or email address provided to us. If any error messages or problems placing a request occur, please contact a librarian at the Reference Desk (631) 957-7755.

 

When you check out library items, the library clerk will give you a slip with your due dates. If you have forgotten your due date, login to your library accountEach library has their own loan periods and fines. To see Lindenhurst Memorial Library's loan periods and fines click here.

 

1. Visit MY LIBRARY ACCOUNT

2. Type in the barcode found on the back of your library card.

3. Type in your PASSWORD/PIN. If this is the first time you are using this feature, you need to create a PASSWORD/PIN (4-8 letters, numbers or a combination of both). Choose something that you will be able to remember for future visits.

4. Click on LOGIN.

5. The screen will open showing information regarding your account. There will be a listing of all your checked-out materials.

6. Click the box(es) of the items to be renewed.

7. Scroll down and click on RENEW SELECTED or RENEW ALL

8. Scroll back up to verify that the due dates have changed.

Items overdue or on hold by other patrons cannot be renewed. Lindenhurst Memorial Library materials can be renewed up to 5 times. Renewal policies vary from library to library.

 

If any error messages or problems placing a request occur, please contact the Circulation Desk (631-957-7755)
 

 

 

Your library account will show what items you have out, and how much money own. You can pay your fines online, or pay with cash in person. If you have lost a library material, please come into the library and speak with the circulation desk. Library Fines and Fees over $1.00 may be paid online using your Mastercard, Visa, or PayPal.

Pay Your Fines Online:

1. Login to your library account.

2. Select the amount in unpaid fines and bills.

3. Select "PAY ONLINE".

4. Select the fines that you wish to pay, complete all of the relevant information and click submit.

A confirmation page will appear next. You can print a copy of your receipt at this time and/or click OK. If you have a valid email address, receipt of payment will be sent to the address you entered in step 4.

 

Fines for overdue items vary depending on what type of item it is and which library you have borrowed the item from. If you have an overdue book the fine is typically, 5¢ a day. To find out how much you owe, please login to your Library Account or call the library.

 

Click here to access our research page. The research page is broken down by subject, and directs you to suggested databases.

 

To register online click on the Online Calendar of Events. This calendar is found on the library catalog under "More Searches". All programs at the library are free unless otherwise noted. You must register in person for programs with a fee.

Please note: It's your responsibility to remember the date and time of the program. Please go to the Circulation Desk to get tickets for entertainment programs. A Lindenhurst Memorial Library card must be presented in order to get tickets or register.

Children's Programs: A Lindenhurst Memorial Library card must be presented in order to register for, or participate in any children's program. Registration for programs takes place at the Circulation Desk.

 

Any questions please contact the Circulation Desk (631) 957-7755

 

 

Free museum passes are available to Lindenhurst Memorial Library cardholders in good standing, with cards that have not expired, and who owe less than $10 in fees.  Reservation can be made up to two months in advance by phone, online or in person at the Library. 

To reserve a Museum Pass online click herePlease call a librarian at the Reference Desk (631) 957-7755) for additional information.

 

Adults: A library card from Suffolk County that is in good standing will allow you access to our computers. Only patrons with cards that have not expired, and who owe less than $10 in fees have access.

Adult Non-Residents: Adult non-residents may be given guest passes upon presentation of one of the following: Library card from another county, driver’s license, or other ID with a name, address and photo.

Teens: A Teen with a Young Adult library card (Grades 9-12, under age 18) needs an adult to give permission to use the internet. Permission forms for Teen internet use are available at the Circulation Desk.

Children: A Lindenhurst Memorial Library children’s card in good standing, library cards that have not expired, and who owe less than $10 in fees have access. A parent must give written permission for Internet use by the child. Unsupervised non-resident children will not be given guest passes, as an internet permission form is needed for all minors.

Please renew your library card and pay off your fines in order to retain access to our computers. You can pay your fines online by logging into MY LIBRARY ACCOUNT

 

Printing from the library computers

Black and white copies are 10 cents per page. Color copies are 50 cents per page. Cash only.

Printing From Anywhere

Using Printeron you can print to the library printers from our wireless network, from your home, or from your mobile device. Black and white copies are 10 cents per page. Color copies are 50 cents per page. Cash only. (Instructions)

Live-brary free downloads

 

 

 

Live-brary Free Downloads provides a growing collection of eBooks, audio books, videos and music for adults, teens and children. Use your Library card to download to your PC or portable device 24/7, anytime, anywhere!

  • Ebooks check out for 7 or 14 days. You can change your default checkout period.
  • Users can have 5 items checked out at one time.
  • Users will never receive late fees—the files automatically stop working at the end of their checkout period, and/or the user can simply delete them at or before the end of the checkout period.
  • Ebooks can only be checked out to one person at a time. Therefore some items may be unavailable and users will need to place a hold.
  • Get started today! If you don’t see a title you’re looking for suggest a title for purchase.

Nook Simple Touch/Glowlight Instructions How-To Videos

Nook Tablets How-To Videos

Kindle Instructions | How-To Videos

Kindle Fire Tablets | How-To Videos

iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch | How-To Videos

Android | How-To Videos

Instructions for other devices

 
To request a meeting room, you must submit an application at least two weeks before the scheduled meeting. Bookings may be made in person or by telephone, but they are not considered approved until the application form has been signed by the Library Director or Assistant Director and returned to the applicant.
 
Approved applicants must notify the Library of cancellations in advance (at least 48 hours for groups using the Large Meeting Room). Failure to do so may result in the loss of meeting room privileges.
 
The Library reserves the right to assign rooms according to space requirements. Meeting rooms may be booked no more than 3 months in advance from the current date, and may be used no more than once a week within the three month time frame by any group or organization. The Library may limit the number or length of meetings from groups and individuals outside the service area of Lindenhurst Memorial Library.
 
Meeting rooms are available 9:00 am – 8:30 pm, Monday through Thursday; 9:00 am – 5:30 pm Fridays; and 9:00 am – 4:30 pm on Saturdays. Meeting rooms are not available on Sundays. 
 

 

Click here to see our Internet Policy

 

The library does not have a Notary public. Most banks, and the Lindenhurst Village Hall, typically provide this service. You may also make an appointment with Antoinette by calling (718) 843-3930.