30 Ways to Use Your Library Card
Use free wifi and find a quiet spot to plug in your laptop.
Enroll your child in a summer reading program.
Save money while spending quality time: plan a family afternoon at place that’s free - the library!
Build your young reader’s self esteem by letting her read to a dog at the library.
Get ready for the SAT/ACT, civil service. GED or other standardized exam with online test-prep services.
Bring your child or grandchild to storytime.
Get help with homework.
Help your child develop thier social skills at Parent Toddler Workshop.
Research before you buy. Access Consumer Reports on the library’s website.
Do research for your business and learn how to write a business plan.
Borrow or download an audio book for your next road trip or commute.
Volunteer as a literacy tutor.
Enjoy a concert.
Use Ancestry and other online tools to research your family tree.
Get fit with health seminars, zumba, yoga or tai chi or exercise videos.
Talk to other book lovers at a library book club.
Go back in time access early newspapers.
Take an online course.
Get help with Facebook and Twitter.
Register for a bus trip.
Get discout train tickets.
Explore the history of the Longwood community.
Ask the librarian for help.