The Library of Things is a collection of non-traditional library items that complement the Concord Free Public Library’s mission to inspire lifelong learning and to actively promote personal enrichment by connecting community members to information, ideas, culture, unique historical resources, and each other in a tradition of innovation and excellence.

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Patrons who borrow a Thing must read and abide by the Guidelines for Borrowing and Use and sign the Lending Agreement before borrowing a Thing. Things must be checked out and returned to the Circulation Desk at the Concord Free Public Library's Main Library at 129 Main Street and may not be returned to any other Minuteman Library Network location.

Things may be requested by Concord residents and circulate for 1 week and may be renewed for 1 more week provided no one else is waiting ($2.00 per day overdue fee). Borrowing is limited to one Thing at a time per patron.

Further information about this collection may be found in the Guidelines for Borrowing and Use and Circulation Policy.

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