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Accepting Book Sale Donations

Saturday, May 15th 9am - noon & Sunday, May 16th 1-4pm only

Donations must be clean and in good condition.

Jonathan Bourne Public Library

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Apply For a Library Card

Anyone can apply for a Bourne Library CLAMS card!

Download an application using one of the links below. Print the form, complete it and bring it with a picture ID including proof of current address to the circulation desk at the Jonathan Bourne Public Library. It takes just a few minutes to set up a card.

(Note: If your photo ID does not contain your current address, please also bring a piece of mail such as a recent utility bill that shows your name and current address.)
Adults 18 years of age or older click here for a CLAMS card application form.
Applicants between the ages of 5 and 17 years of age, must have a parent or guardian sign the application, accompany their child to the library, and present proper identification. Click here for a juvenile CLAMS card application form.

Special Institutional cards are available for public and private school teachers of students in Preschool through Grade 12. The cards are valid during the school year through June 30th and must be renewed yearly. Click here for an institutional CLAMS card application form. (Note: A letter showing proof of employment, signed by the head of school must accompany this type of application.)

Boston Public Library eCard

The Boston Public Library eCard gives you instant access to thousands of ebooks, movies, audio files, magazines and more.

Your BPL eCard gives you access to:


To register for an eCard, you must meet one of the following criteria:

  • You reside permanently in Massachusetts
  • You live in-state for part of the year to attend school
  • You commute to a Massachusetts employer on a sustained and regular basis
  • You own property in Massachusetts

Click here or the eCard picture to apply for a Boston Public Library eCard.