502 Millbrook Avenue, Randolph, NJ 07869-3799
Tel: 973.989.7100Fax: 973.989.7076

Randolph Township Free Public Library

Randolph Township Free Public Library


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. Photo by Dan Beards.


Summer Hours

We will be observing the following hours until after Labor Day:

Monday - Thursday — 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Friday — 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday — 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Sunday — Closed

“All Together Now” Children’s Summer Reading Club

Thursday, June 15 to Wednesday, August 2
Preschool to Grade 6
Join us at the library for our Summer Reading Club. In-person registration for children begins Thursday, June 15 and will be ongoing throughout the club. Pick up a calendar at the library and check the website for all our fun programs throughout the summer!

“All Together Now” Teen Summer Reading Club

Thursday, June 15 to Wednesday, August 2
Grades 6 to 12
Registration begins on Thursday, June 15 in person at the library. Read books, win prizes, and for every reading log completed, earn a chance to win our end-of-the summer raffle prize.

Third Annual One Book, One Community Reading Program

June 15th - August 16th

Join us this summer to read The Magnolia Palace by Fiona Davis, a historical mystery set in and around The Frick Museum of New York City.

A tantalizing novel about the secrets, betrayal, and murder within one of New York City’s most impressive Gilded Age mansions.

Extra copies of the book will be available for checkout on June 15th, along with a book discussion guide.

For further associated programming, please keep an eye on our website!

Annual Adult Summer Reading Program: All Together Now

Randolph residents are invited to participate in our 2022 Adult Summer Reading Program from Thursday June 15th - Wednesday August 16th.

Each week, record the number of books you’ve read on entry forms located in the library. If you can’t make the trip, call and give your information to a librarian to enter. Each week we will award two winners with a $20 gift certificate to a local business!

You can always start off your summer reading with our 2023 One Book, One Community pick The Magnolia Palace by Fiona Davis!

Summer Teen Volunteers

We are currently accepting applications for our Summer Reading Teen Volunteer Program. Please fill out the application  and return to the library. If you have any questions, please reach out to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this e-mail address).

New Online Service

Mango Languages is a convenient and simple foreign language learning app that features authentic content, interactive features, and an algorithmic review activity designed to adapt to your individual learning path. Forget about boring language lessons in a classroom, digitize your experience with Mango!

NEW Book on the StoryWalk

Take a walk and read “The Pigeon Wants a Puppy” by Mo Willems. The Pigeon doesn’t just want to drive the bus or stay up late, he wants a PUPPY! He’s in for a big surprise!

Our StoryWalk is a great way to enjoy a book and spend some time in the great outdoors! The StoryWalk is located in Veterans Park on the path past the pickleball courts and runs between the park and Doby Road.

Libby is Here!

With Libby and your library card, you can access eBooks, eAudio books, and a variety of magazines! All from your preferred device. Libby works on browsers, and is also downloadable as an app on tablets and phones. Just visit your device’s app store, and search for “Libby.” Libby also works with Kindles, and a wide variety of other eReaders! To learn more about Libby and how to connect it to your preferred device, please visit the Libby website.

New Business Database

Visit our reference databases page to connect to CorFacts Online. CorFacts Online is New Jersey’s premier business-to-business directory providing immediate access to up-to-date information on over 51,000 New Jersey companies in services and manufacturing.

Upcoming Programs

Ongoing Programs

Reading Groups

Storytime at the Library

Highlights - Online Resources

Fact Checking Websites

It’s important to know the facts and identify fake news and fake social media posts. These websites are recommended by the American Library Association. Check out this short list of fact checking sites  as well as these relevant sites:
Berkeley Library
Middlebury Libraries
UCF Libraries
St. Louis Community College
American University

NJ Hope Line

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Career One Stop

Information on job searches, training, career exploration and interest. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor.