September is library card sign up month. A library card allows patrons of all ages to check out books, movies and games, use computers and get free access to all that a library has to offer. Many libraries in Northeast Ohio are celebrating with special incentives for members.
Twinsburg Public Library. The Twinsburg Public Library is forgiving all overdue materials and previous fines during the month of September. twinsburglibrary.org
Cuyahoga Falls Library. If your friend signs up for a library card in September, you get your choice of a free “I Love My Library” window cling OR up to $10 in fine forgiveness. And your friend gets a cling, too! cuyahogafallslibrary.org
Euclid Public Library. During the month of September, Euclid Public Library will eliminate overdue fines. Charges for any damaged or lost items still must be paid. euclidlibrary.org
Westlake Porter Public Library. Anyone who lives, works, owns property, or goes to school in Ohio can register for a free library card. westlakelibrary.org
Medina County Library District. Library card applications are available at all MCDL locations. You must be a permanent resident, own property, attend school or work in the state of Ohio. For a minor (under age 18) to receive a card with full borrowing privileges, a parent or guardian must sign and present photo identification with current address such as a driver’s license or State ID. mcdl.info
Akron-Summit County Public Library. You can get a library card at any of their 18 branches and main library. Anyone living, working, or attending school in Ohio may visit an ASCPL location to obtain a library card free of charge. Children may obtain a library card with the presence and consent of a parent or legal guardian. akronlibrary.org