News

September is Library Card Sign-up Month!

Don't have a library card? Getting a library card is fast, easy and free! Adults must bring two proofs of Secaucus residency, one with a photo identification and one other document (property tax bill, utility bill, or bank statement). Children under the age of 16 need a parent/guardian to fill out the application. The parent will need to provide proof of Secaucus residency when filling out the application. Older students can show their school ID, driver's permit or license.

Stop by the library and register for your free card in September, during Library Card Signup Month, and be eligible to win one of two prizes that will be chosen randomly in a raffle. Already have a library card? Sign up to receive our monthly e-newsletter or provide us with your email address to receive information about our upcoming events and you will also be entered in the prize drawing. Winners will be chosen at the end of the month. Prizes include a chance to win Adult and Teen books or a $25 TD Bank gift card.

Library News

Scrabble Tournament

Free Driver Education Program available online

Visit our list of online resource to access the free Driver Education program. This Driver Education program contains the following state-specific information:

  • 11 car practice tests
  • 8 motorcycle practice tests
  • 3 CDL (Commercial Driver’s License) practice tests
  • 3 online driver’s manuals (car, motorcycle, CDL)
  • An FAQ section with detailed answers to 100+ DMV-related questions
Library News

Join Our Email List!

Click the Constant Contact button below to get news about library events, programs and much more delivered directly to your inbox.

Adult Literacy Volunteers Needed!

The Secaucus Public Library and Business Resource Center is looking for volunteer tutors. If you are enthusiastic, patient, encouraging, and desiring to help others learn the English language, WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU. No experience required.

Volunteer tutors intake form

Library News

Game Night for Teens & Tweens

On the last Friday of every month, beginning on January 30th the library will be opening its doors to students ages 11-18 in order to provide a space for them to engage in fun friendly competition! We have board games, featuring chess and Candyland, as well as Operation, Cranium, and Scrabble. In addition, there is also an Xbox 360 that will be available for the students to use which will be stocked with games. The action will take place in the Panasonic Room. For more information, call Technology Librarian, Lisa Ferzola @ 201-330-2083 x 4005.

Library News