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Springfield, NJ 07081
(973) 376 4930

 

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Please bear with us as we continue the process of rolling out our new system.

It is important to note that in order to take full advantage of what we have to offer, you will need to reregister your library PIN. It is recommended that you either stop by the circulation desk or call us at 973 376-4930, ext. 221.

The following is a list of new or expanded services available to cardholding residents of Springfield through our membership in the Libraries of Middlesex Automation Consortium.
1. Direct access to the holdings of all 31 consortium members, including the ability to place direct hold requests on items owned by other libraries.
2. Streaming access to more than 500,000 items (audiobooks, movies, music, e-books, comics and television shows) through access to a library service called Hoopla. Go to the main page of our catalog for more information regarding how you can sign up.
3. Expanded access through Zinio to subscriptions of nearly 150 popular magazine titles that will get emailed right to your inbox.
4. LMxPRess, a free mobile app for your handheld devices.
5. Pay for fines and fees online with your credit card through online access to SmartPay.

Donald B. Palmer Museum

Palmer Museum

The Donald B. Palmer Museum is housed within the Springfield Free Public Library. The Museum has a permanent collection of objects relating to Springfield and New Jersey history.

There is exhibit space for rotating exhibitions which have included artwork, sculpture, photography and mixed media works.  Please contact us for information and available dates to book the space for such an exhibit.

The Museum can be rented for organization meetings, recitals, speakers and functions. The library often holds programs in the room and library events always take precedence over outside groups.

Please note that any works, displays or presentations offered in this library are not intended to endorse or promote any particular view, philosophy or idea.

Donald B. Palmer Museum

       

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