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    JCPL Clebrates National Library Card Sign-Up Month

    Jefferson County Public Library (JCPL) is joining libraries across the nation in celebrating National Library Card Sign-up Month by reminding parents to get the ultimate school supply for their children and encouraging everyone to get a library card.

    A library card gives patrons access to more than 1.3 million items in JCPL’s catalog, including books, eBooks, audiobooks, magazines, DVDs, music, online databases, free programs, free admission to cultural institutions, free computer classes and free WIFI at all locations.

    “The library is an important cornerstone of every community,” said JCPL Executive Director Pam Nissler. “It plays a vital role in the development and education of children, creating opportunities for lifelong learning and provides resources that many would not otherwise have access to. We encourage everyone, no matter their age, to get a library card and explore what we have to offer.”

    To obtain a Jefferson County Public Library card, visit any of its 10 locations or apply online at jeffcolibrary.org/getacard. All that is needed is a photo ID and proof of current address.


    About Jefferson County Public Library
    Jefferson County Public Library (JCPL) is the third largest public library in the state of Colorado. Our mission is to meet the changing needs of our communities by providing information and environments that promote personal growth and community transformation. A JCPL library card is the smartest card in your wallet, giving you access to an online library that operates 24 hours per day, seven days per week, a network of 10 libraries, a Bookmobile, a Traveling Children’s Library and offsite computer and Internet classes provided throughout the County, as well as books, periodicals, CDs and DVDs, audio and eBooks, and computer and Internet resources. For more information contact your local library or visit jeffcolibrary.org.

    September 12, 2012

    Last Updated: 7-2-2013