The library will be closing for renovations at 1pm Saturday Nov. 8th and stay closed to the public until 1pm Tuesday Nov 18th.
Our wonderful Friends of the Moore Free Library is funding the much needed renovations to the front room: ceiling, lighting and carpeting will be replaced and the walls will get a fresh coat of paint.
Please plan accordingly for this closed week: checkout or renew items before the 8th. If you have any questions about this, please speak with Louise.
The History of Wildlife in Vermont
Thursday, October 30, 7pm Crowell Gallery
Kim Royar, special assistant to the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Commissioner will speak on the history of wildlife in Vermont. She has been a wildlife biologist with the Department of Fish and Wildlife for over 30 years. Her illustrated presentation will follow the evolution of Vermont’s wildlife populations up to the 2014 hunting season. Kim will also bring a sample of wildlife pelts and skulls to help demonstrate some of the various wildlife species that reside in Vermont. Sponsored by the Historical Society of Windham County. The program is FREE and all are welcome.
Hungrytown, the noted folk duo of Ken Anderson & Rebecca Hall, will appear in a benefit concert for Moore Free Library on Friday, October 10, 7pm. Also appearing will be special guest, Bob Westcott. Hungrytown performs original roots music worldwide. Country Jukebox says “the extremely talented singer/songwriter duo…enjoys an exalted reputation among genre fans.”
The concert will take place in the Crowell Gallery at 23 West Street in Newfane. Tickets are $10 at the door; family maximum cost $40. Refreshments will be served.
The event will benefit the Friends of the Moore Free Library in their efforts to renovate the circulation room in the Library.
Call 802-365-7948 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Friends of the Moore Free Library will hold their annual book sale on Saturday & Sunday October 4 & 5. This year, the event will be on Library grounds. Plan to come by and stock up no reading material for the winter! Same hours as usual: Saturday 10-4 and Sunday 10-2.
A Windham County Sampler of Weavers and Felters will exhibit at the Crowell Gallery throughout the month of September. Opening reception will be Saturday, September 6th from 1-3pm. Stop by the Gallery to meet the talented weavers, spinners, dyers & felters and view their gorgeous creations.
Bruce Hesselbach, author & poet, will be reading his poetry at the Library, in the Crowell Gallery, on Thursday, August 21st at 7pm. He will be accompanied by other members of The Londonderry Poets, who will also read excerpts from their poetry.
This is a free program and all are welcome.
Moore Free Library and Williamsville Hall present the final installment of six FREE movies at Williamsville Hall this SATURDAY, August 9 at 7PM.
Part Six “People’s Power” of The Vermont Movie tackles contemporary tensions over energy, independence, the environment and the state’s future. Chronicling the struggle to close the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant, it reveals the power of protest, the influence of lobbyists and the importance of town meeting debate and a citizen legislature. It follows the battle over windmills in Lowell—a struggle over scale, aesthetics and environmental impacts—and explores thorny questions about economics, sovereignty and climate change. Finally, the devastating impacts of Hurricane Irene reveal the power not only of nature, but of people and community.