How can I get a library card?

Library membership is free to all residents of Massachusetts and non-resident taxpayers with a valid form of identification. Children of any age may receive their own card upon request of a parent or guardian. Individuals who do not reside in Massachusetts may apply for a library card with valid identification. An annual donation of $10.00 is requested of individuals not residing in Massachusetts who wish to obtain a card. Your Cape Libraries Automated Materials Sharing (CLAMS) library card may be used at over 26 libraries on Cape Cod and the Islands of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket.

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1. What are your loan periods?
2. Do you offer internet access?
3. Who is in charge of the library?
4. Can I use a library meeting room?
5. Does your library have a book group?
6. How can I request a book which is not in the CLAMS network?
7. Does the library have a microfilm or microfiche reader?
8. May I request items which are not in the CLAMS network?
9. What are your overdue fines?
10. May I reserve library materials by phone?
11. May I renew library materials over the phone?
12. How can I get a library card?
13. How do I get to Snow Library?