An Access Navigator, Jeff Bolmeyer, will join the library on Tuesdays beginning in January 2022, enhancing the library’s resources for job seekers and persons looking to build their career skills. The program will also provide digital literacy instruction for those wishing to improve their computer skills.
We are thrilled to announce that the library’s first-ever book drop is now available to receive your library returns! You can’t miss it -- it’s bright blue and sits in front of the library’s main entrance near the bike rack.
Please join us as ATP State Lead, Ellyn McMullin, and Camden County AARP District Coordinator, Joe Casella discuss the changes to the AARP 2021 Tax-Aide Return Preparation offered at the Pennsauken Free Public Library. Our special guests will also review new and updated tax laws, including stimulus updates.
We're happy to announce that as of Monday, October 4, the Pennsauken Free Public Library building is open even more hours.
The Pennsauken Free Public Library is seeking two dedicated, friendly, enthusiastic, energetic, and service-oriented individuals to join our Library as Library Assistants.
With our new MobilePrint Service™, you can use your personal computer, tablet, or smartphone to print to the library’s printers from anywhere.
The Pennsauken Free Public Library will continue to require staff and community members to wear masks and observe 6 feet of physical distance while inside the building.
Pennsauken Free Public Library (PFPL) is pleased to announce the addition of mobile wireless hotspots to our circulating collection.