“Libraries store the energy that fuels the imagination. They open up windows to the world and inspire us to explore and achieve and contribute to improving our quality of life. Libraries change lives for the better.” —Sidney Sheldon
If you have put off getting a library card, now is the perfect time to get a membership. No matter your circumstance in life the library offers resources to help you get to where you want to go. We have resources for the youngest among us to the oldest and offer activities and resources for those looking to build skills or to just have fun.
Getting a library card is easy! You can register online: Get a Frisco Public Library Card, opens a new window. Then visit the library within 7 days providing a valid photo ID and proof of current address. A current Texas Driver’s License serves as both the photo ID and proof of address.
Just moved? If your photo ID does not have your current address, you will need to bring proof of address in addition to the photo ID. Accepted documents for proof of address include:
- Lease agreement
- Utility bill
- Car Insurance
- Property tax statement
- Mail that has been processed and delivered to your home by the US Postal Service
Now that you’ve signed up for your new library card, check out some of my favorite resources that are only available to library card holders.
- Reserve a Study Room, opens a new window Looking for space to study on your own or meet with a group? The library has study rooms you can book online for two hours in a day.
LinkedIn Learning, opens a new window
LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com) is a leading online learning platform that helps anyone learn business, software, technology, and creative skills to achieve personal and professional goals.
Story Time Backpacks, opens a new window
Each backpack has books, rhymes, toys and more to help you practice early literacy skills with your child in the comfort of your home.
Learning Express, opens a new window
Self-paced classes and practice exams for all ages to accelerate educational and career goals, including test prep for high school equivalency and college.
Maker Kits, opens a new window
These kits have technology you can take home to learn a new skill like coding, making music, exploring circuits, flying drones and so much more. There’s beginner, intermediate, and advanced kits; something for the whole family.
Hope to see you in the Library soon!