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Massachusetts Tax Forms
All current forms at Mass.gov

Federal Tax Forms
All current forms at IRS.gov

1040 Form
1040 Instructions
Schedules for Form 1040
Tax Return Extension Form

To order forms/instructions to be delivered by mail:
Website link, Forms by mail, or 1-800-829-3676

 

Wireless Printing at the library
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New York Times Bestsellers

 


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Library Hours
Effective 6/15/20
Mon - Fri: 9 - 5
Sat & Sun: Closed


Fax Number
508-759-0647
Public Fax service is available at the library. Credit or debit card.

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Pay Fines or Donate Online
Pay your overdue fines or donate to the library here.  Please note that overdue fines will be cleared from your CLAMS account within 1 to 2 business days. 

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(Replaced the Virtual Catalog)
Log in with your library card and start requesting items from other libraries in Massachusetts.


Get help with all of the library Databases, including hOOPLA, Heritage Quest, Kanopy and more.  Free tutorials from the comfort of your own home.
OverDrive - eBooks and eAudio


Find links to the 2020 Summer Reading Lists for Bourne students here.


JBPL Long Range Plan is here.

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  • Enjoy the Library from Home!


    Stuck at home? No worries!

    The Jonathan Bourne Public Library has plenty of free Online Resources you can access from anywhere!

       
       

  • NOW OFFERING
    kanopy -
    is a video streaming service with access to thousands of films and documentaries available for free with your Bourne issued CLAMS library card. Download the Kanopy app or watch online with a web browser. You'll be able to watch 10 titles per month, unless you are accessing videos from Kanopy Kids or the Great Courses which are always free to watch.  Click on the link and begin watching your movie, video or documentary today.





  • Introducing Beanstack! This summer, we are excited to offer this exciting online tracking tool and app that allows you to log and measure your reading virtually.
    Each age group will have the opportunity to win prizes by reaching reading milestones and participating in challenges.
    Although reading apart, Beanstack will keep us connected as we imagine our own stories through this year’s reading selections.

    Beanstack is LIVE! Register here!

     
  • Introducing the New CLAMS App!


    The new CLAMS app makes it easy to browse our collection, get details on items, make a selection, place a hold for later pickup, and even renew items previously checked out. You can check out eBooks and eAudiobooks with the touch of a button, then listen to them in the Libby or OverDrive app.

    We’ve also added our Featured Lists so you can browse Top Requests, Coming Soon titles or New York Times Bestsellers and request the ones you want.

    The Manage Accounts tool lets you add multiple library cards — a great feature for families! Don’t have a library card? Request one through the app.
     

    Available in the App Store and Google Play.





  • Link is live!
    Enter storytime HERE!


CURBSIDE SERVICE NOW AVAILABLE (MON-FRI 10-4)
BOOK RETURN AT LIBRARY AVAILABLE (24/7)

How Curbside Service works: PLEASE NOTE - Library staff are in the building Monday-Friday from 9 to 5.  If calling the library outside of these hours, please dial extension 6108 and leave a message.  Library staff will get back to you as soon as we can.

1. Place a hold on library materials online through the CLAMS online catalog.  Having difficulties? Call us and we will be happy to assist you placing a hold. 

2. You will get a notification once your item(s) have arrived and are ready for pickup, usually by e-mail or a phone call if no e-mail is on your CLAMS record. (Exactly like you received notifcation items were ready before the library shutdown).  When you get your notification, come to the library between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

3. Once you arrive at the library please call the library to let us know you are here.  We will grab your items from the holds shelf, check them out to you and put them on a table outside the library front door. (If weather is uncooperative, we will place your items just inside the front door). 

4. The Bookdrop is open 24/7 to return items.  PLEASE NOTE that we are required to hold items in quarantine for 72 hours.  Items will NOT be checked in until 72 hours after you have returned them.  You will not be charged overdue fines.  The book drop in Buzzards Bay will NOT be open for the foreseeable future.  ALL ITEMS MUST BE RETURNED TO THE LIBRARY PROPER. 

5. If you need a library card, please call the library Monday through Friday, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. and a staff person will be happy to assist you.

6. Please note that the library building will NOT be open to the general public.  All services will be curbside and contactless for the time being. 

7.  Please be patient with us.  This is a big change in how we do business for all of us and we are working hard to get the kinks out.  If you have questions, feel free to call the library at 508-759-0600 ext 6101.  After hours, call extension 6108 and leave a message. 
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For more information about the Coronavirus Covid-19 outbreak.  Please go to the Town Of Bourne Website for updates on what the Town is doing and updates from town officials. 

We encourage you to use all of our online resources for books, audios, movies, music, magazines and so much more.  Click on our digital services banner above to see all we have.  If you need assistance, please reach out to us through e-mail.  Sara Rose will help with any technology questions (srose@bournelibrary.org) Terry Johnson (tjohnson@bournelibrary.org) Irja Finn (ifinn@bournelibrary.org) or Patrick Marshall (pmarshall@bournelibrary.org). 

 More information on COVID-19 can be found on the Mass.gov website.