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Kenilworth Public Library CLOSED August 4, 2020

The Kenilworth Public Library is CLOSED August 4, 2020 per Governor Murphy’s State of Emergency order.

Kenilworth Public Library Reopening

We are pleased to announce that the Kenilworth Free Public Library will reopen to the public on Monday, July 27 2020 with limited services and reduced capacity.  The Kenilworth Free Public Library will implement Browse-N-Go hours for Kenilworth library card holders to come in to browse the Library’s collections and check out materials.  Patrons will …

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Enjoy Access to Many Magazines using your Kenilworth Public Library Card!

Attention magazine lovers!   You now have access to thousands of magazines.  Use this link to rb digital magazines: This collection has increased considerably. Use your Kenilworth Public Library card to gain access to this amazing resource. Enjoy!

Scheduled Curbside Pickup

Scheduled curbside pickup begins Monday, June 29th Monday-Friday 10:30 am-12:30 pm and 2:30-4:30 pm. If arriving by vehicle, please remain in your car and call the library to inform us you are on the library’s premises. Materials will be placed on a book cart. If arriving by bicycle or walking, please remain six feet from …

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Union County Works

Union County Works is your one-stop online resource for job listings, education and training opportunities, career building assistance and much more.

Update From Mayor Karlovitch Regarding Coronavirus Situation    


Visit these websites for more information regarding the Coronavirus:  

U.S. Census Bureau’s Video Guide

The U.S. Census Bureau’s video guide to completing the 2020 Census presents a quick overview of the online questionnaire and helps you answer its questions.

Help Support New Jersey Libraries!

Growth in State Budget-Decline in Library Funding Funding for the library per capita state aid program was drastically cut under Governor Christie’s first budget in FY10. This decline in per capita state aid has taken a toll on local library services. That budget was approximately $28.4 billion. Since that time the state budget has increased …

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