Special Notice from Montgomery Co. Library & Information Network Consortium (MCLINC)
Please bring your library card to borrow items on Tuesday and Wednesday August 25-26, 2015. MCLINC libraries announces that software upgrades will occur during these 2 days. Disruptions to the online catalog will begin on Tuesday morning starting at 8 a.m. The software upgrade will require offline operations at all MCLINC libraries including all LMLS libraries. During the upgrade staff will be unable to access patron account information such as items on loan or fines and fees. Internet access will be unaffected by the library upgrade, therefore there will be no interruptions to searches on remote electronic databases, such as the POWER Library. A backup online catalog will be available for use inside the libraries. For more information, contact your local library or Sukrit Goswami, System Administrator at 610-238-0580 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org..
Sunday Hours Resume in September 2015
Ludington and Bala Cynwyd libraries resume Sunday Hours on Sept. 13, 2015.
Libraries Closed for Renovation
The Ardmore Free Library and the Penn Wynne Library
are closed for renovation.
The Libraries will reopen in the November/December 2015 timeframe.
Construction updates will be available on this site as the projects move forward.
Click here for construction update information as of the beginning of August 2015.
Library patrons may use the following Lower Merion Libraries during the closure:
Bala Cynwyd Library, Belmont Hills Library, Gladwyne Library & Ludington Library.
*All library books from Ardmore Free Library and Penn Wynne Library may be returned anywhere in the system.
Complete hours for the Lower Merion Libraries may be found on this website under Hours & Holidays or Member Libraries.
Audiobook and ebook selections exclusively for Lower Merion Library patrons who are Lower Merion residents. Click on this icon to access our OneClick Digital ebook site. You will need your Lower Merion library barcode in order to create an account.
Starting Monday, 4/13/15, Lower Merion residents with a valid
library card can download the free Hoopla Digital mobile app on their Android or
IOS device or visit hoopladigital.com to begin enjoying thousands of titles available to borrow 24/7,
for instant streaming or temporary downloading to their smart phones, tablets, computers
and Apple TV. Click on the hoopla icon to create an account and
log in with your library card number.
- Borrow up to 6 titles/month on each library card
- Thousands of movies, TV shows, music & audiobooks
- NEW! Hoopla has eBooks and Comics starting May 13, 2015
- Automatic returns; no late fees; no rental fee
- Always available so no waiting period for popular titles
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