HOW TO GET A LIBRARY CARD
It’s easy! Just come in with identification that includes your name and current local address.
Children under the age of 16 must apply for a card with a parent or guardian who presents proper identification and cosigns the registration card.
To borrow Library materials, all persons must present a valid Mid-Hudson library card or acceptable proof of identity. Please note that you are responsible for all items checked out on your card.
Online Patron Self-Registration
You can register for a library card online to enable access to our digital content. Fill out and submit the form below and within one to two business days you will receive an email with your library card number and temporary PIN. This card can be used to access digital content including e-books, downloadable audiobooks, streaming music and videos and digital magazines. The physical card is needed to check out any physical items and can be picked up at Reed Library upon presentation of ID and address verification. Please contact the library with any questions, 845-225-2439.
WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH YOUR LIBRARY CARD
Check your record on-line
Go to www.carmellibrary.org and click “My Account“. Log in using your library card number and pin. Update personal information, view items currently checked out to you, renew those you are not quite finished with yet, pay fines, and keep a reading inventory.
Find and order books, DVDs, CDs, and more
Go to www.carmellibrary.org and click “Search the Catalogue“. Request a title, chose the library where you would like to pick it up, and receive a call or email when it is ready for you.
Borrow e-books, download music, movies, audio books and more
Read complete digital editions of popular magazines, keep the magazines as long as you like, download them to your mobile device for offline reading, browse back issues. Click the RB digital box on the right of our homepage.
Learn a Language
Go to www.carmellibrary.org and click on the Mango icon. Try Mango Basic for beginners in a new language. The program teaches helpful everyday phrases in 22 foreign languages and 14 English as a Second Language (ESL) courses.
Visit a Museum
Use your Reed Library card to borrow passes to many great museums including The Intrepid Air and Space Museum, The Hudson River Museum, The Guggenheim Museum, The American Museum of Natural History, and many more.