The Library has a brand-new board game collection featuring fifty different titles available for check-out. There is no charge for the borrowing or usage of board games from the library.
Who can check out Board Games?
They are available for tween, teen, and adults, with library accounts in good standing.
How many Board Games can someone check out?
Up to Three Board Games can be checked out per library account.
How long can Board Games be checked out for?
Board Games check out for one week and can be renewed up to two times.
What are the late fines for Board Games?
The East Baton Rouge Parish Library is now fine free! We will continue to set return dates for materials and send reminders for items not checked back in or renewed by those dates. Patrons will still be held responsible for lost or damaged items.
Why is a Board Game I just returned not on the shelf yet?
When Board Games are returned they are carefully checked for missing and/or damaged components before they are returned to the shelf. This process can take up to one week.
When will I be charged for a Board Game?
If a Board Game is returned in an unplayable state you will be charge for a replacement game. Due to the labor intensive nature of checking some Board Games, you may be contacted about replacement charges a week or more from your return date.
Are Board Games reservable?
Board Games can be reserved if they are currently ready and available for checkout.
Where can a Board Game be returned?
They must be returned to the Circulation Desk, not through a return box.
Calling all adult gamers in the Greater Baton Rouge area! Join us for GUGL! The Grown-Up Gaming League, at the Bluebonnet Regional Library. GUGL is a monthly games program open to Adult players, of all skill levels, ages 18 and older.