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Find a Book
Get a Library Card
Find Hours & Locations
Reserve/Renew a Book
Get Downloadable Books
Search Our Resources
Make a Suggestion
Reserve a Zoom Pass
Request a Mobile Café or Library Stop
Request a Meeting Room
Have an Exhibit
Get a Passport

Crafts & Activities

We are proud to offer a variety of craft and activity programs for adults. Specific details, dates and times can be found through our social media platforms and our calendar.

Reading Resources

Subject Guides & Reading Recommendations

Check out our teen reading lists, subject guides, and more!

Personalized Readers’ Advisory

Your Next Great Read for Webpage

Get personalized book selection services from a dedicated selector! Fill out our online form to let your selector know your reading preferences and within three (3) days your assigned selector will contact you to introduce you to the program.

Downloadables

Hoopla
Overdrive
Find More Downloadable & Streaming Content Here!

Check Out Some Virtual Tours today!

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Volunteer at ACPL

We are looking for teen volunteers age 14 and older to help with this year’s summer reading program. Teen Volunteers work an average of 3-6 hours a week and hours can be flexible to work around other summer plans. Volunteers help with a variety of tasks, registering children for the Summer Reading Program, shelving, assisting librarians with special projects and performance events.

WHAT DO TEEN LIBRARY VOLUNTEERS DO?

If you enjoy libraries, books, learning new skills, and benefiting your community, we will do our best to find the right volunteer job for you. ACPL offers these opportunities from which you can choose, and training will be provided.

Summer Reading Program
Assist youth services librarian with special programs and events, including setup, crowd control, clean up, and helping with registering, maintaining, distributing summer reading forms and prizes. Teens are encouraged to volunteer.

Library Support Services
Volunteers needed for a variety of capacities assisting staff with ongoing library tasks, including book and other mending and repairs, reinforcing paperbacks, cleaning and /or repackaging audiovisual materials, dusting, cleaning, and recovering books and shelves, and restocking public workstations with pencils and scrap paper.

Download a copy of the Teen Summer Volunteer Application.

ACPL Connect

Students no longer need library cards. If you go to one of the following schools you can use school ID number to access library services and resources:

  • an ABSS School – specific school information can be found here.
  • The Burlington School
  • Hawbridge School
  • Clover Garden School
  • River Mill Academy
  • Alamance Community School
  • Burlington Christian Academy

The default PIN is the last 4 digits of the student ID number.

Printable Brochure    En Español

Links for Teens

Voter Education Resources

Free Voter Education Resources Two steps to voting: First: Register by October 9, 2020! Not sure if you are registered? Check here! Need to register? You can do so online through the Department of Motor Vehicles. Click here. Or you can print a Voter Registration Form in English or Spanish. Return your form in person…

Continue Reading Voter Education Resources

Driving-Test.org

Driving-Tests.org

Learn everything you need to know about applying for and taking your driving test in North Carolina. Car, motorcycle, and CDL information available as well as the handbooks! ¡En Español tambien!

Indie Author Project

ACPL now has access to the Indie Author Project submission platform, powered by Library Journal, available. The Indie Author Project (IAP) is a publishing community that is free for all authors, no matter how you have chosen to indie publish. Once submitted, your book will be passed through the review process, and you will be notified within 4–6 weeks if your book has been chosen as an Indie Author Project Selection.