Did you know that any Marblehead resident who would like to register for a library card may do so, even while the Library is closed? Having a library card will allow you to access the Library’s electronic collections, which you can find on the eBooks, Movies, and More! page, as well as digital resources.
If you know you have a library card already but can’t find it or don’t know the number, please email email@example.com for assistance.
If you need to register for a card, just fill out this online form as completely as possible, click “Submit Registration,” and a library staff member will be in touch with your new library card information!
Your new temporary card number will be valid for two months (and this time period will be extended, as needed, until the Library re-opens), and it will grant Marblehead residents access to our wide array of digital services to enjoy from home!
Once the library reopens, patrons with temporary barcodes may present a valid ID, which needs to include a current name and address, to pick up an official library card for full use of all library services.
Please contact the Library’s Circulation Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
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