Middletown Public Library
The Middletown Public Library offers programs for children, teens and adults. Programs include but are not limited to, music and literary events, language learning programs, computer/printer usage, technology training and assistance, weekly knitting/scrabble/mahjong groups, books clubs, weekly movies, free math and reading tutoring sessions, crafts, storytimes, online reading programs including our summer reading program, teacher bags, museum passes, hot spots for loan and more. Check out our calendar at www.mtpl.org.
|Eligibility||All are welcome to enjoy our library and participate in our programs. However, borrowing items is limited to those with a valid Middletown Library card. Those who live, work, go to school in or own property in Middletown are eligible for library cards. That includes parochial schools, High Techology High School, MAST High School and Brookdale Community College. Proof of residency, school attendance (school ID) and work (paystub showing Middletown business) are required when applying for a card.|
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Last Updated: 12/11/19