How do I get a library card and borrow books?

Library cards are available to anyone over the age of 5. Those who submit a library card application or the parent or guardian of a minor submitting an application must present picture ID and proof of current address. Applications are available in the Library, or you can fill one out online  and it will be ready when you next come to the library. Just remember to bring a picture ID and proof of address. LLML is part of the Cooperative Information Network. We accept CIN cards from the libraries listed here. A library card or picture ID may be presented to borrow items. Digital library cards on mobile devices using the “Library Now” app or rewards card apps (Key Ring, eChain, etc.) are also accepted. Replacement cards may be purchased for $1.00. Most items are loaned for 4 weeks. High demand items are loaned for 2 weeks. Movies, music, and magazines are loaned for 1 week. Items may be renewed if no other patron has requested them. Loan periods for items from CIN libraries may vary.

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1. How do I get a library card and borrow books?
2. What is my password and how can I change it?
3. How do I update my contact information and manage my account?
4. How do I hold items?
5. How do I renew items?
6. How do I return items?
7. How do I get a book from another library or suggest a book to purchase?
8. How do I download eBooks, audiobooks, music, or magazines?
9. How do I find out what programs are going on at the Library?
10. How do I use computer, Internet, or media services?
11. How do I get research help?
12. How do I send the library or the library Board of Trustees a comment or request for service?
13. How do I reserve a room for a meeting or presentation?
14. How do I exhibit my art in the Library?
15. How do I volunteer at the Library?
16. How do I donate to the Library?
17. How do I get a job at the Library?