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Borrowing Policies

Loan Periods 3 Days: •All DVDs 7 Days: •New books in the adult collection with fewer than 400 pages •Back issues of magazines •Compact disks •Abridged audio books 14 Days: •New books in the adult collection of more than 400 pages •Unabridged audiobooks 28 Days: •Children’s and young adult books •Teen graphic novels •Large print …

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Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct Policy   The Board of Trustees has adopted a Library Code of Conduct to ensure a comfortable and safe environment for all patrons and library personnel. This policy is intended to provide clear and reasonable rules to guide patron behavior while in the library and on library premises. The library strives to …

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Fines and Fees

Overdue Items •A “lost item” notice will be sent for any patrons who are more than 60 days overdue.   Replacement fee for a lost item is the cost of the item plus a $5.00 reprocessing fee.  Borrowing privileges will be suspended for any patron with one or more items which are more than 30 days …

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Library Cards

Kenilworth Residents: Library cards are issued to all Kenilworth residents who provide proof of residency in the form of a valid drivers license, mortgage bill, rent receipt, phone or utility bill, or other document indicating both the person’s name and address. In the case of children under 18, a parent or legal guardian must accompany …

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Museum Passes

The Kenilworth Public Library cardholders who are Kenilworth residents in good standing are invited to expand their horizons at wonderful area museums.  Thanks to the generosity of the Ralph Errington Fund Foundation, the Kenilworth Public Library is able to offer lendable museum passes to the following:   The Academy of Natural Sciences at Drexel University …

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Unattended Children

No child under the age of ten shall be permitted in the library unless accompanied by a parent, guardian, or responsible person who shall be at least thirteen years of age. Children under the age of ten shall be under the direct supervision of the person responsible for their behavior while in the library. If a …

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