Members of the Board of Supervisors of the Township of Warminster, Library Board officials, and patrons are invited to gather at 1076 Emma Lane Tuesday September 20th at 11AM to give thanks to the Friends of the Warminster Library for their donation towards renovating and rejuvenating the Children’s Area of the Warminster Township Free Library. press-release-warminster-library-fowl
A library card is free to all Bucks County residents and may be used at all member libraries of the Bucks County Free Library system. When you borrow materials from the library, you are responsible for the proper care and return of all items and any fines and fees incurred. Your agreement also includes notifying the library of all changes to your information, including name, address, e-mail address, phone number or any other personal data. Your Bucks County Library card allows you to:
- Borrow books, DVDs, music, museum passes, and more
- Download eBooks and audiobooks
- Place holds and reserve items
- Search articles and databases
To get a library card, apply in person with:
- Completed Library card application
- Valid photo ID card
- Proof of current address if not shown on your identification
- If you live outside of Bucks County, you will need a current library card from your local library with an Access PA sticker
- Anyone under the age of 16 must have a parent or legal guardian present to sign the application and accept responsibility
- Call Joan with questions
- If you only want to use our digital services, then you can apply for an e-card here
Renewals, Loan Periods, and Fines
- More information about borrower services can be found in our circulation policies
Lost Library Card
- To prevent and limit misuse, library card holders should notify the library if their card is lost or stolen as soon as possible. The card will then be immediately suspended. Card holders will be responsible for materials checked out up to the time the library is notified.
- Ancestry – Census and other historical records – click here
- Ask Here PA – Chat now with a real librarian for help on any topic. We’re open 24/7! – click here
- BrainFuse – Live online tutoring – click here
- Science Reference Center – Science-oriented full text references, images, and videos for children. – click here.
- Heritage Center – Census data, Revolutionary War records, name catalogs, and more – click here
- Let’s Play School – is a fun, online badge program that prepares your child for school – click here
- Lynda – Online video classes from beginner to expert in productivity software, technology, business, and design – click here
- NoveList – Search tool for finding new and recommended books for adults, teens, and children – click here
- Power Library Network – Sponsored by the Pennsylvania state library, a comprehensive collection of research databases – click here
- Axis360 -Fiction and non-fiction e-books and audio downloads for children and adults – click here
- BookFlix – Classic online storybook videos and non-fiction books on the same topic for children ages 4-8 – click here
- Hoopla – Borrow free video, music, and audiobooks with your library card – click here
- IndiFlix – Award winning short films, documentaries, and feature films from 50 countries, including major film festivals – click here
- One Click Digital – Bestselling audio books for download – click here
- OneDrive – Fiction and non-fiction e-books and audiobooks for children, teens, and adults – click here
- Tumble Books – books, easy readers, and chapter books for young children – click here
- Zinio – Magazines and subscriptions for download to a computer or device – click here
Summer Reading Program: On June 20th, sign up and log your summer reading minutes. Download one of the logs below or stop by the Warminster Library to pick one up.
Visit the Library. Each week that you read, return it to the library to have your log stamped and we will give you a raffle ticket for our grand prizes. Record your weekly minutes on a paper tile so we can add it to our growing torch display. Create a minute goal and if you reach it by the end of the summer you’ll get a free book.
Check our calendar. Join us for events all summer long.
Work together. Reading to others or having someone read to you also counts towards our goal.
For Pre-Schoolers and their Adults: Sign-up for Let’s Play School. See if you can read 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten.
For School-Age and Teens: Check out this year’s Juvenile Reading Olympics and the Centennial School District reading lists.
For more information about our children’s department please contact Ann
Computers, Printing, & Fax
The library provides patrons with free Wi-Fi and computer use! There are 10 computers available for library card holders. For our younger patrons, we have 4 iPads preloaded with children’s apps and a fun new interactive wall with educational games!
$0.25/page: Print, copy, scan
Tech Help, Device Support, & How To
Schedule a one-on-one with a Warminster Information Services staff member to get help with your Kindle, iPad, Android, or any other device you may be having trouble with. Call 215-672-4362 to set up an appointment.
Skilled technicians are ready to provide support or assist with repairs, upgrades, and service for equipment that is no longer covered under warranty. Click here to book an appointment.
- Free for Warminster/Ivyland residents with a library card in good standing
- Non-residents: check out a pass for $5 or join Friends of the Warminster Library for a $10 annual fee
- Check out one pass at a time for 3 days
- Passes can only be reserved the day of checking out the pass if it’s available on the shelf at time of request.