Take Advantage Of What The Library Has To Offer

If you have not yet visited the Pennsauken Free Public Library, come and discover what we have to offer.  Pennsauken residents have the privilege to obtain a FREE library card.  Please visit us to get information on how to obtain your library card. You can see our hours of operation and address on this page.

Here is a listing of some of our services and resources:

  • Books, CDs, DVDs, audio books, play-a-ways, magazines, and more for you to borrow
  • Scanning Service – FREE for a 10 sheet document or five photos
  • Notary Service – $2.50 per signature; current photo ID must be provided
  • Color printer and copier – each color copy is $.50 and each black and white copy is $.15
  • FREE museum passes to nine area museums and sites you and your family can enjoy
  • Used book sale in our lobby – $.25 each book or a bag-of-books for $1 and $.10 each magazine
  • FREE tutors for English language learners and information on Civil Service exams.
  • Our children’s programs with Miss Susan are fun for kids and family
  • For homework help or for any other information, check out PennsaukenLibrary.org or call us at (856) 665-5959 ext. 4

Come and be a part of The Pennsauken Free Public Library! Share with your friends and loved ones what we have to offer. Don’t miss out in obtaining your Pennsauken library card today!

Subscription Cancellations

Due to budgetary restrictions, the Pennsauken Free Public Library has made the difficult choice to cancel our subscriptions to Mango Languages, Ancestry.com, and Heritage Quest. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Staff News

We are happy to welcome back Ms. Starr Kirkland, formerly one of our children and young adult librarians, who has rejoined the Library as our new reference librarian! We also congratulate both Alberta Luzi, who celebrates 43 years as our library page; and Martha Vega, who celebrates 15 years as our circulation supervisor. And a very happy birthday to John Patane, our library director!

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