The Pennsauken Free Public Library condemns the recent vicious, racist attacks on Asian Americans, including the murders perpetrated by a white supremacist last month in Georgia. We stand in solidarity with the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities in Pennsauken, and nationwide, in rejecting white supremacy and all ideologies that encourage violence against all marginalized and oppressed peoples.
We're pleased to announce that the Library's HVAC system has been repaired and is now working properly to provide good air circulation and filtration, as well as climate control throughout the building. The Library remains open to the public for limited services only, including picking up and returning library materials, mobile printing, scanning, photocopying and faxing.
Pennsauken Free Public Library (PFPL) is pleased to announce the addition of mobile wireless hotspots to our circulating collection. Whether you'll be working from home, doing homework, job searching, streaming movies on Hoopla, downloading books from Overdrive, or visiting family and friends via digital conference software, our new wireless hotspots can help keep you connected everywhere you go.
Pennsauken will NOT be extending tax preparation services past April 15th. AARP Tax-Aide representative's last day at Pennsauken will be Wednesday, April 14th (as originally scheduled). Any names currently on Pennsauken's Wait List will most likely be contacted by the Cherry Hill operation at the Croft Farm.
- Community Room
- New on the Shelf