Dennis Branch

Dennis Branch Librarian:  Lyn Gebhard
Mailing Address: 101 Main Street, Newton, NJ  07860
Phone: 973-383-4810
Fax: 973-383-1322

Hours: Monday noon - 8:00 pm
  Tuesday - Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  Saturday CLOSED

Adult, Teen & Children's Program Calendar
Suggestion Box

 

Directions & Maps

 

 

 

 

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General Directions

From the North:

South on Rt. 206.  Follow Rt. 206 south around the town square.  The library will be on the second block on the left.  Turn left on Elm St.  Parking is behind the library.

From the South:

Coming north on Rt. 206, the library will be on the right.  Turn right on Elm St.  Parking is behind the library.

Coming north on Rt. 94, turn right on Liberty St.  Go two blocks.  The library will be just across Rt. 206 on the left side of the road.  Cross Rt. 206. Parking is behind the library.

From Sparta:

Take the Newton-Sparta Rd.  Just beyond the Cemetery on the left in Newton, turn left on Halstead which will quickly make a sharp right.  Turn left on Madison, then right on Elm St.  The library is the last building on the right before the stop sign at Rt. 206.  Turn right into the parking lot behind the library.

Equipment and Special Services for this branch

Public computers

# of Items

2 Children's
5 Adult

All have Internet and Office access. 

Sussex County Library
Internet Policy

 
Walk-in
Yes     No

    
 

How long can a public internet station be used?  ½ hr.

# of times per day that it can be used: 2
(maximum 1 hr per day - can be split up into separate sessions) 
 Special Services
 
 

Notary Public

Yes             No
               
Please call for appointment.

 
Accessibility

Yes             No
                

There are two sets of multiple steps into the building.
Meeting Room
 

Yes             No
               

Rosetta Stone Yes             No
               
English as a Second Language
Magnifying Glasses   Yes             No
 
           

 
JAWS Software Yes               No