Welcome to the Massanutten Regional Library

How to get a Library Card

Would you like to read all the books you want? Rent all the movies you want? Explore the Internet? Practice your English skills with English language computer software?

You can do all of that at the Massanutten Regional Library. All you need is a library card. It's easy to get - and it's free.

Come into the library and tell the librarian you would like to get a library card. The library is located at 174 South Main Street in Harrisonburg. There are also branch libraries in Bergton, Bridgewater, Broadway, Elkton, Grottoes, Luray, and Shenandoah. You can also sign up for a library card at the Bookmobile.

Photo - Inside the Library

All you need to bring with you is proof of your current address. That can be a driver's license, or a bill or lease with your name and address on it.

Your children can get library cards of their own. If they're under 17, you will have to sign for them.

Photo - Library Card

Some library cards still use the old name: Rockingham Public Library


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The Main Street project is a partnership of the Virginia Department of
Education, James Madison University and the Workforce Improvement Network
For more information about this project, contact Lisa Schick

Last Updated On Wednesday February 19, 2003 8:03 AM