Contact Us

By Phone

Branch Manager Circulation Reference
Lawrence Headquarters James Damron 609-882-9246 609-883-8292
Ewing Jacquelynne Huff 609-882-3130 609-882-3148
Hickory Corner Sharon Galbraith Ryer 609-448-1330 609-448-0957
Hightstown Memorial Library Emily Frey 609-448-1474 609-448-1474
Hollowbrook Christine Crawford 609-883-5914 609-883-5914
Hopewell Andrea Merrick 609-737-2610 609-737-2610
Robbinsville Ann Marie Ehrenberg 609-259-2150 609-259-2150
Twin Rivers Jeanne Murray 609-443-1880 609-448-0478
West Windsor Robert Bee 609-799-0462 609-275-8901


Ask a Librarian

Contact our Reference librarians through our online form at any time! We are always staffed with a Reference Librarian during operating hours and will respond in a timely manner. This functions through email and does not require a library card.

Go to the Ask A Librarian Form.

Interlibrary Loan Request

Want a book that our Library System does not have? Fill out this form to request that item to be loaned from somewhere else in the state! We will contact you with more information about your request. This is best used for specialized, expensive, or older books that a typical bookstore or library does not have.

Go to the Interlibrary Loan Request Form.

Suggest for Purchase

Want us to purchase a book that you want to read and that will benefit our collection? Fill out this form for us to consider your suggestion! We will contact you when we decide to purchase the book or not. Please do not request upcoming releases more than three months in advance.

Go to the Suggest for Purchase Form.

Technical Support

Need help with with our catalog, website or other services? Want to make suggestions on how the Mercer County Library might better serve your needs? Fill out this form to contact our IT librarians! We are staffed every day during operating hours, except for Sundays and will respond in a timely manner. Please make sure to be descriptive when you are asking for technology help. It moves the process which faster.

Go to the Technical Support Form.

Virtual Reference Desk

Patrons will be able to get their questions answered in real time via chat. Whether you need assistance finding materials on a specific topic, are looking for local community or government services, have questions about your library account, or need information on another subject, librarians will be available to take your questions. Click on the question mark at the bottom right of this page to start!

  • Monday: 10 am – 4 pm
  • Tuesdays: 10 am – 4 pm
  • Wednesdays: 1 pm – 7 pm
  • Thursdays: 10 am – 4 pm
  • Fridays: 10 am – 4 pm
  • Saturdays: 10 am – 4 pm

New Blog Posts from Staff

Halloween Prank: Horror Comedy Movie Suggestions

October 27, 2020 - 2:30pm

I was seven years old. My mom came in for our nightly chat before bedtime. We talked about my day at school and how my third-grade teacher wanted us to write poetry - a whole book full of more glitter, crayon, and the woes of elementary school than actual poetry. My mom had instructed me to close my eyes as we recited our prayers, said thanks for a good day, and asked for another one. I remember that it was an especially dark night and late into October, with Halloween right around the corner. My mom’s shadow then moved along the wall as she kissed me goodnight, turned off the light, and left... View the post.

Create an Outdoor Book-themed Library Path with Bricks and Paint

October 23, 2020 - 2:30pm

At our Library, we’ve been trying to creatively engage with our patrons in new ways due to the changes and challenges for service that have occurred in 2020. Youth librarians, educators, parents, camps, and other institutions that are involved in lifelong learning are likely familiar with indoor and outdoor paths that can be created with stickers, chalk, paint, artwork, signs, and physical structures. You may have seen some of these spring up with a flourish around your neighborhood during the quarantine. Activity and sensory paths, formal story walks and even window displays can be fun means... View the post.