How can I find information about library programs?
The library publishes a newsletter every 3 months, which is mailed to every home in Shrewsbury. Additional copies are available at the front desk. Programs are posted in community newspapers, such as The Weekly Record, The Shrewsbury Chronicle and the Community Advocate. Look for signs around the Library and on Shrewsbury Public Access Channel cable as well. You can read copies of the newsletter in anonline archive.

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1. Are there any museum passes available at the library?
2. Are there any online library services available to me from home?
3. Are there internet stations available at the library?
4. Can children of all ages come to the library?
5. Can I connect to the internet at the library using my laptop?
6. Can I get an item from another library?
7. Can I use my Shrewsbury Public Library card at any other library?
8. Do you assign family memberships at the library?
9. Do you have a fax and copier available for public use at the library?
10. Does the library accept donated books and other materials?
11. How can I find information about library programs?
12. How do I get a library card?
13. How old do I have to be to get a library card?
14. What are the fines for late items?
15. What do I do if I lose my library card?
16. When are my items due?
17. Where can I return library items?