Now that the new catalog has launched, your PIN number has changed to the last four digits of your library card number. Once you access your account you will be able to change your PIN number or set up a friendly login.
Council President Rubino has introduced a "Summit Historical Minute" at the beginning of each Council meeting to encourage awareness of our City's rich history to our community. This feature highlights people and places in Summit, researched and presented by Summit High School students and residents. We will be posting these "minutes" here after every meeting, so stay tuned to learn interesting tidbits of Summit's history every month.
For more information on Summit's history, please visit the Summit Historical Society at the Carter House at 90 Butler Parkway, or at www.summitnjhistory.org.
School’s out and summer reading activities are in full swing at the library. This year’s themes are “Every Hero Has a Story” for children through grade 5 and “Unmask” for middle school and high school students. Super heroes & local heroes have the spotlight and will be featured in many of the programs. Special events include visitors from our local heroes the Summit Fire Fighters and Police Officers. Come on over on Tuesday, July 14th at 10:30 am for some stories about fire fighters and maybe you’ll get a chance to take a look at a fire truck. On August 11th at 10:30 am, Summit’s Police Officers will visit for story time with one of their emergency trucks.
Library associate needed
Be a Hero for a child in need: Donate School Supplies @ Summit Library
2015 Summer Reading Program
For Children 6 Months thru entering 12th Grade
Begins Saturday, June 13