Get a Library Card

The Richards Memorial Library in North Attleboro, Massachusetts, is a member of the SAILS library network. A SAILS library card gives patrons access to materials at 70 libraries and branches throughout 39 communities in Southeastern Massachusetts.

To become a registered borrower, you need to fill out the Library's application form and furnish both photo identification and proof of your present address. Library cards are offered to Massachusetts residents and those who work or attend school in Massachusetts. Non-residents who do not work or attend school in Massachusetts can apply for a SAILS library card for a fee. The annual user fee is $75.00 in the SAILS library network. 

Library cards must be presented when checking out material. Patrons are required to use their own cards rather than those of family members. Lost cards should be reported as soon as possible. A replacement card keeps all your history and other information. Please notify the library of any change of residential address, phone number or email. This may be done online through under My Account in the Catalog or in person. Parents or guardians are responsible for items borrowed by children.

Child and Yound Adult Library Cards

If you would like your child to have his/her own library card, you, as a parent or legal guardian, must present a photo ID with your current address and fill out a registration form at the Circulation Desk.

Per the Board of Trustees, if a parent’s card is blocked due to overdue items or fees/fines, the parent may not use their children’s cards to check out any item.

If you have any questions regarding these policies, please ask at the Circulation Desk.

To access the on-line catalog Enterprise and your account, enter your entire 14 digit library barcode and your pin number. If you do not know your pin number, try the last 4 digits of your phone number.

Once you have logged in, you can place holds, renew items, check what you have out and use the periodical databases from home.