502 Millbrook Avenue, Randolph, NJ 07869-3799
Tel: 973.989.7100 • Fax: 973.989.7076
Whether you walk through the library doors or use our online links, the library staff invites you to explore our offerings. Our mission is to provide services and resources to assist users in expanding their knowledge and talents, making informed decisions, enriching their leisure hours and enhancing their daily lives.
Wanted…Summer Reading Club Volunteers!
Volunteers assist children at the “Power Up and READ!” Summer Reading Club table from Friday, June 20, 2014 to Wednesday, August 6, 2014. Two-hour time slots are available on weekday mornings, afternoons and evenings. Teen volunteers will help young readers sign up for our summer reading club, assist them in reading club procedures and hand out prizes. Volunteers must be Randolph residents, at least 12 years of age and/or entering the 7th grade. If you are interested in volunteering, fill out our downloadable application form or apply at the circulation desk of the library.
Step into a Story May 11 - 17
In honor of Children’s Book Week (May 11-17), the Morris Area Youth Services Committee (MAYS) brings you a week-long program where you can visit local libraries and step into your favorite children’s books. Participating libraries have chosen to decorate portions of their children’s spaces to represent a favorite children’s book or series. You can visit Hogwarts from “Harry Potter” at the Madison Public Library, enter the world of Mother Goose at the Florham Park Library, and convince the pigeon not to drive the bus at the Denville Public Library. Randolph Library will be highlighting Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes. At each library, you’ll have the chance to enter to win a prize. You can only enter once per library, so the more libraries you visit, the better your chances of winning! Patrons must be 18 years old or younger and be in possession of or have a parent in possession of a valid Randolph or other M.A.I.N. library card to enter. More information
Pronunciator Available Now
Learn any of 80 different languages conveniently at home or in the library! Pronunciator is the world’s largest language learning service and uses a combination of techniques and methods in a structured approach that focuses on intensive learning. Visit our Multi-Language page and start learning a new language now!
Dowloadable Magazines Are Here!
Zinio for Libraries is now available to all M.A.I.N. cardholders. Zinio offers full-color, interactive digital magazines for your enjoyment. Browse from your library’s collection of popular titles with no holds, no checkout periods, and no limit to the number of magazines you can download. Enjoy the most current issues—new issues are released simultaneously with the print edition. Click on the Zinio logo on the left to take advantage of this new and exciting service!
Thursday, April 24
- Book Bingo+
Wednesday, June 25
- The Industrious Mr. Franklin
Thursday, June 26
- Leap Ahead with Math
Wednesday, July 2
Monday, July 7
Wednesday, July 9
- Robot Battles
Thursday, July 10
- Animal Adventures with Nature Nick
Monday, July 21
- Cake Decorating for Kids
Tuesday, July 22
- The Big Bad Robot Storytime & Craft
Wednesday, July 23
Thursday, July 24
- Hello, Marcia the Musical Moose!
Wednesday, July 30
- Dragons & Dreams
Thursday, July 31
- Return of the Lizard Guys
Thursday, August 7
Tuesday, August 12
- Bubble Trouble
Tuesday, August 19
Wednesday, September 10
- Go for the Stars
Thursday, September 25
Storytime at the Library
- Winter/Spring Story-Go-Round
- Winter/Spring Nursery Rhyme Time
- Winter/Spring Drop-In Jump and Jive
- Winter/Spring Funtastic Preschool Storytime
- Summer Drop-in Nursery Rhyme Time
- Summer Drop-in Tales at 10:30
- Books & Bagels
- Pages & Popcorn: A Book Club for Grades 5 & 6
- Xtreme Readers: A Book Club for Grades 7 & 8
- Books & Crafts: A Book Club for Grades K - 2
- Chapter Chats: A Book Club for Grades 3 & 4
- Films on Friday