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New Library Resource!
NuWav Legal Documents

Introducing NUWAV Legal Documents, the online tool that lets you create professional-quality documents in three simple steps:

1. Search for the document specific to your situation.

2. Answer the questions in the web input form.

3. Review and print your document.

That's it! You now have a professional-quality legal document ready to file.  NuWav has forms on lease agreements, name changes, divorce, wills, medical, immigration and much more.  Coverage is for New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut and New Jersey (coming soon).

Disclaimer: NuWav provides access to legal forms for use at your own discretion. These forms and any incidental information provided on this site are not legal advice.

Fun for Kids this August!
Summer Reading Party!
Friday, August 18 from 12-2:00 pm

Registrants who signed up for the Summer Reading Program:

Hand in your reading record at the Library by Monday, August 1 and then celebrate your accomplishments with fellow readers on Friday, August 18 from 12:00-2:00 p.m. with cake and refreshments!  

Certificates and small prizes will be awarded!
Snail Mail Story Hour
Thursday, August 31 from 11:00 am-12:00 pm

Celebrate the lost art of Snail Mail! Join us in the Marlboro Library community room. Together we will learn how to write a letter, address the envelope, and send the letter to your favorite Disney character for an autographed photo in return! Decorate your own stamp and create envelope art!! Stories and light snack to follow. 

Recommended ages 5-8Registration required, click here to register.
Genealogy Class & Workshop
Thursday August 3, 6:00 pm  & 7:00 pm

Join us this Thursday, August 3rd at the Marlboro Library for two of our popular genealogy programs!  Patrons are welcome to stay for either just one or both programs, but please be aware if you'd like to reserve one of the Library laptops for the 7:00 pm workshop, registration is required.

Genealogy Class-  6:00-7:00 p.m.

Join us for an introductory class that will explain the first steps in conducting your own research and the basics of using AncestryLibrary.com, which is available for free in the Library. No registration required, walk-ins welcome.
Learn how to:
  • Access Ancestrylibrary.com
  • Discover available Library databases
  • Search digital newspaper collections
  • Learn the basics of DNA testing
  • Create an online family tree
  • And much more!
   Click here to RSVP and let us know you're attending.

Genealogy Workshop 7:00-8:00 p.m.

Registered patrons can join us for a hands-on workshop, consisting of a specially set up research space with laptops and other local history materials. Patrons will explore databases and web sites like Ancestrylibrary.com, FamilySearch.org and more.  Library staff will be on hand to help with any questions or problems, as well as one of our local history researchers to assist with anyone interested in documents, photos, maps, books and more found in our local history collection.
Bring your library card and your family research as far back as you know (even if it's just your grandparents) and we will help you expand your search. 

Please note: If you will bring your own laptop, feel free to join us without registering. If you would like to reserve one of our six available laptops for the workshop, registration is required.  

Brain Games!

The Library is currently looking for volunteers who know the rules to canasta or games such as mah jong, dominos, etc. and would be willing to lead a game session.  If you are interested in sharing what you know with others, please call the Library at 236-7272 ext. 215.

Many games work your brain - some board games improve reasoning skills and logic, and there is always something new that can be learned!

If you're interested in participating, please take our survey so we can better know how to shape this program.

Browse Through our Collection of Used Books
Book Barn
Saturday, August 12 & 26, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

The Book Barn is open for the season!  

What is the BOOK BARN?
The Barn has many good quality books and more for sale at great prices!  Come down, meet your neighbors and browse through the gently used book collection

When is it?
Open every 2nd & 4th Saturday, May through October from  9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Where is it? The Book Barn is located next to the Library.  Park in back parking lot and walk the path down to the red outbuilding.
Library closed Sundays in summer


Sunday, June 18th thru Sunday, September 3.

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