How do I get a Library card?

Please visit - you can apply online for a GPL card, apply for a digital card for ebooks only, or get a BPL card to access their database and electronic resource collection.

If you live, work, go to school, or own property in Grafton, you can get a free Grafton Public Library card! In fact, any MA resident is eligible for a card, but you may only have one account in the CW MARS network. It is traditional to hold a card in your hometown library, and in the event that you get a card at another local library (e.g., Millbury) your local card is good to use in Grafton for physical materials. Please note that each library has a unique set of databases and electronic resources accessed by your Library Card number. To get a card, staff need to see a picture ID as well as proof of current address (“residency” means you live, work, attend school or own property in Grafton or another MA town). A valid driver’s license, MA ID or student ID with your current address is fine, as is a photo ID plus something with your address such as a utility bill or report card. Your first card is free. Replacement cards cost $1 – this fee is WAIVED annually during the month of September.

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