Bridgeton Public Library


Welcome To The Bridgeton Free Public Library




Built in 1816 as the
Cumberland National Bank, this was the city's library from 1901 to 1967.


Constructed in 1967,
this is the newer section
that now serves as the
main entrance.

Free Public

Courtenay Reece


150 East Commerce Street

Bridgeton, New Jersey 08302

Phone - (856) 451-2620



Tues. - Thurs. 10 to 8

Friday 9 to 5

Saturday 9 to 4


A new service has been added for holders of Bridgeton Library cards and Clues Cards for downloading audio books. Click on the graphic below to go to our download page.



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Bridgeton Public Library

Our library provides services for adults and children. To explore, use these links: Adults Children

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Bridgeton Public Library

 Rally for Reading

  Saturday, September 6, 2014

10am– 2pm


The Bridgeton Library needs your support… without it the doors will close! 

   Find out how you can help and  see what your spectacular

 library has to offer!


Events will include a Friends of the Library Book Sale and library card registration! Every child who registers will get a FREE BOOK!

Join the fun - including activities for children, guest speakers at 11am and a visit from author Wanda Albizu!

 You won’t want to miss it!


Summer Reading Program Ends!



Thank you to everyone who participated!



The Woodruff Museum of Indian Artifacts is open Wednesdays from 1 - 4 PM with a knowledgeable guide to assist visitors. Other times may be scheduled in advance. School tours and members of the public are encouraged to view these artifacts of local Lenni Lenape History.

Library Card Options at the Bridgeton Public Library


Library card options:

Cumberland County residents — Free card for Cumberland County Library
Bridgeton residents — Free card for use in Bridgeton, Millville and Vineland Libraries
Township residents — Free card for Cumberland County Library
For township residents who would like to use city libraries:

Bridgeton Library only — $15 per year
Millville Library only — $30 per year
Bridgeton, Millville and Vineland Libraries — $50 per year

Click Here to read a press release about our new library group.


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SEPTEMBER All Month Children & Families



8/28/14 4:30 PM Adults 19 and up  The Meeting of the Bridgeton Free Public Library Board of Trustees is scheduled for 4:30 pm on Thursday, August 28, 2014. The public is welcome to attend.
8/30/14   Library Closed The library will be closed in observance of Labor Day
9/6/14 10 am - 2 pm All ages RALLY FOR READING! Join us in the many activities including library card registrations, the Friends Book Sale, an author reading, crafts and our local representatives who will speak as we celebrate the Library in a

Rally for Reading.

9/6/14 10 am - 4 pm All Ages

Friends of the Library Used Book Sale

Saturday, September 6, 10 am

The sale will run during regular library hours and feature a large selection of gently used book for adults and children.  The Book Sale will run through the 20th of September.

9/9/14 10:30 AM
Ages 2-6

Preschool Story Time: Tuesdays: Children and a caregiver are invited for stories, songs, finger plays, crafts and a snack. Story time is free and does not require registration.

9/9/14 10:30 AM
Ages 7 and up

Story and Craft: Tuesdays: Kids are invited to share stories, activities and crafts. This program will take place at the same time as our Preschool Story Time and is perfect for older siblings! Please register.

9/9/14 6 PM
Ages 12 - 18

Teen Library Council Meeting

Tuesday, September 9 at 6pm. Teens ages 12-18 are invited to help plan programs for teens and children, help choose new books for the library, and much more! New members welcome.

9/12/14 10:30 AM
Ages 6-23 months

Baby Time! Fridays, Babies, ages 6 to 23 months, and their parents or a caregiver are invited to Baby Story Time where we will share simple stories, nursery rhymes and songs. No registration is necessary.

9/13/14 1-2:30 PM
Ages 5 and up

Lego Club: Kids ages five and up are invited to attend our Lego program where we will listen to stories based on a theme, and then build our own creations to go with that theme. Registration is required. Funded by a Community Development Block Grant for Library Programming.

9/16/14 6 PM
Ages 12 - 18

Teen Movie and Pizza: Teens, age 12-18, are invited to enjoy some delicious pizza while watching a newly released movie based on John Green’s bestselling novel, The Fault in Our Stars. Rated PG-13. Please register.

9/16/14 7 PM

Friends of the Library Meeting: The Friends of the Library provide the entire book budget for the library, as well as fund many programs for children. Please come out and learn how you can help!

9/27/14 1-3 PM Adults 19 and up 

Poetry Workshop. Robert Evans, published poet and Creative Writing teacher at Cumberland Regional High School, will present two poetry workshops. Ages 18 and up. Please register.


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The popular Woodruff Museum of Indian Artifacts is located in the lower level of our building at 150 E. Commerce Street. Use the link to explore an Indian artifacts exhibit.

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A rich history of library service in Bridgeton dates back to 1811. Use the Our History link to learn more about our history.

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Read about the facilities in the two levels of the Bridgeton Library, our activities room, a conference room and our library space. Use the Our Facilities link to learn more about our facilities.

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A non-profit organization, the Friends of the Bridgeton Library is a group wishing to financially support the library with equipment and programs. Use the Our Friends link to get more information.

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