Museum Pass Lending Policy
The Fairview Public Library, with a gift from the Oh Family of Fairview, are pleased to offer the Museum Pass Program to Fairview residents. This exciting program allows residents who have a valid Fairview library card in good standing (no fines or overdue items) to visit local museums in New Jersey and New York for free.
How to Borrow a Pass
*Acceptance of this pass signifies agreement with Fairview Library’s Museum Pass Policy, including forfeiture of deposit and the addition of any replacement costs should the pass be lost while in the patron’s care.
Patron agrees not to hold the Library responsible for any loss, damage, or legal liability.
Policy approved at the Library Board of Trustees meeting on April 24, 2017.
American Museum of Natural History
(New York City; tickets, one per person; maximum two (2) per family)
Aviation Hall of Fame
(Teterboro, NJ; admission for up to four (4) people)
(New York City; admission for up to four (4) adults or students, plus half-price tickets for additional guests)
Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
(New York City; admission for up to six (6) people per day to the Intrepid Museum and the submarine Growler)
Storm King Art Center
(1 Museum Rd, New Windsor NY 12553; admission to Storm King for two (2) adults and up to four (4) children under age 18, living at the same address)
Send print jobs to the library from anywhere you have an Internet connection!
B&W – $0.25 per page
Color – $0.50 per page
We can print to 8.5″ x 11″ paper only.
There are four ways you can print to our printers:
1. Emailing Us
Send us an email or an email with an attachment. Tip: save them as a contact.
COLOR PRINT EMAIL [email protected]
B&W PRINT EMAIL [email protected]
3. Use the PrinterOn App
Download the free PrinterOn app from Google Play or Apple App Store. Select a device below for a quick tutorial on how to use the app and links to download the app.
4. Downloading the Driver to your Windows PC
This is helpful if you want to use the library’s printers often. The driver will allow you to select the library’s printer without needing to email or upload a document to the print portal.
Need help? View the user guide.
Patrons may look at the papers of Fairview resident, Silvio Laccetti, any time they visit the library. Just ask a staff person. The archive includes newspaper articles and academic papers on the subject of the embroidery industry.
NJ [email protected] Provides FREE iPads to Borrow!