Becoming a Play Passport Subscriber
Purchase a Play Passport Subscription or Apply for Financial Assistance for
Play Passport Subscriptions are $90 for 3 months, $180 for 6 months, or $360
for 12 months
Once you have a Play Passport, you will receive a welcome email with log-in
information to your subscription and our online catalog of play materials
available to borrow and reserve for pick up.
You will also need to review and sign a Liability Release Waiver for each
child in your care. Please also read the Toy Library Visitor Policy.
As soon as all forms have been signed, you can borrow toys/books from the
Our online catalog enables you to view all the play materials and resource
library books available to borrow, allows you to reserve toys on line for
pick-up, it keeps track of your loan due dates and sends reminders a day
before the items are due to be returned.
Play Passport Subscribers may borrow up to 5 toys/books at a time. Please be
mindful to only borrow one high value (such as large sets of trains, unit
blocks, Lego table, microscope, guitar, balance beam.) toy at a time.
- Toys/Books may be borrowed for a period of up to 2 weeks.
Toys/Books may be renewed before or on their due date for one additional 2
week loan period.
Three ways to select toys to borrow:
You can select and reserve toys online for easy curb-side pick-up on
Saturday's 10:00 - 1:00.
Adults can visit in-person, by appointment, to select toys on your own
or with staff guidance.
You can call 508-648-3227 or email email@example.com for staff
Late Fees, Missing Parts, and Broken Toys
Please make every effort to return toys/books on time, in the toy bin, box,
bag or container. Remember others may be waiting for them to become
available. Late fees of $1 per toy will be charged for each week they are
To avoid a late overdue fee, you can renew the borrowed items for another 2
If you cannot return the items on time, please call 508-648-3227 or email
Fees for missing parts and broken toys, including the toy bin, box, bag or
container, will be determined on a case-by-case basis. Please let us know
about the condition of the toy when you return it so we can take care of it.
We understand toys get broken. Many toys can be repaired by our Toy Doctor.
For missing parts, we may ask you to take the toy home again to look for the
Play Passport Subscriptions may be placed on hold, until fees are paid or
toys are returned.
Care for Toys and Children's Safety on Loan
The responsibility lies solely in the hands of the caregiver to provide
safety in play.
Please designate a special place where toy library toys will live while they
are not being played with. This would ideally be a place separate from where
toys you own are kept.
Please keep track of toy parts and pieces while playing and make sure all
parts are accounted for when putting the toy away. The contents of each toy
can be found on the bin label or on the Toy Library online catalog.
- Please keep Toy Library toys away from food and beverages.
Please take care of toys while they are in your possession so that all
children in our community may continue to enjoy them.
Subscribers are asked not to clean toys in their own homes (to prevent
damage to the toys), simply return the toy and we will take care of the
rest! Because our toys are circulated around the community they will need
extra care and cleaning. We use non-toxic, environmentally-friendly methods
to clean all of toys.
If a toy in your care is exposed to a biohazard (blood, feces, vomit) please
seal the toy in a plastic bag and inform the toy librarian or volunteer when
you return it so proper precautions can be taken.