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Library Hours -
   Labor Day 2014 thru the end of June 2015

Monday, Wednesday
10:00AM - 9:00PM

Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
10:00AM - 5:00PM

10:00AM - 2:00PM



Summer Hours -
   Monday, June 30 2014 - Friday, August 29 2014

Monday - Saturday
10:00 AM- 2:00 PM

Monday & Wednesday
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Contact Us

Library Director
David Marks


Youth Services Librarian
Jess Keogh


Supervising Library Assistant/
Head of Circulation
Lynn Reiff

David Marks, Jess Keogh, Lynn Reiff





Haworth Municipal Library Holiday Hours:

Wednesdy, November 26 - Closing at 1 PM

Thursday & Friday, November 27 & 28 - Closed all day

We will re-open on Saturday, November 29 at 10 AM



                          Please Help Support Our Library Expansion



Thank you very much to the Friends of Haworth Library for all

of their hard work and dedication towards a great Goods and

Services auction!  Also thank you to everyone who donated

items and food, to everyone who helped out, and to everyone

who came and generously supported the Haworth Library. 

We really appreciate it!





         Click here to see the Friends of the Haworth Library website.



                          Buy a brick

                            For a copy of the form you need to fill out, please visit the Library
                                                      or click here.












Check Out a Museum!






The Intrepid Air &
Space Museum




Children's Museum
of Manhattan



American Museum
of Natural History

Your FREE entry to art, culture, entertainment, and so much more. Thanks to the
Friends of the Library, we have passes to several different NYC museums. 
Haworth Municipal Library card holders, 18 years or older, in good standing,
can visit these museums for free. 

Click here for the flyer and information, and please contact the Library at 201-384-1020 for
additional details about this program.


We now have video games for the Wii, Xbox 360 and  Playstation consoles.  Come in and check out our collection.



The library has a small but growing collection of Korean books and DVDs. This collection is located behind the computers. Please feel free to offer suggestions to add to our collection.


Budget cuts are affecting public libraries nation-wide. These non-profit organizations are being forced to cut hours, lay off staff and even close their doors.

Click here (and enlarge) for reasons on why you should support your local library.


World Book Online - Designed specifically to meet the diverse needs of library patrons - from students of all ages to job seekers to curious adults - World Book offers unique content and features for every age and interest.  In addition to the entire World Book Encyclopedia, the site features hundreds of thousands of complete e-books and primary source documents such as Computer and Web Tutorials, How To...guidance, Government Resources, and Interactive Earth.

Introducing World Book Mobile - A wealth of information whenever and wherever you need it.  Find answers to your questions on the go; from your mobile device.  To get started, visit m. on your phone's browser.





Do you have an interesting collection to display? The Library display case is available to showcase your educational, cultural, or personal collections.  Space is available for one month intervals.  Past exhibits included collections of teapots, light houses, pez dispensers, pop up books, bookmarks, pens & more.

Please call David at 201-384-1020 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for details and availablity.






Many of our patrons have questioned why there is a line item for the library on their current tax bill. I want to assure you there is no additional tax revenue levied for the library. The New Jersey State Government has made it a state law requiring each town to separate the amount of money that the town pays toward the library from the municipal portion of the bill. This is not an additional tax, but what homeowners have been paying yearly.





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