Your wait is over! You can now check out and download e-books and e-audiobooks to your device from the Moore Free Library website: http://moorefreelibrary.wordpress.com. Simply, click on the GMLC logo located halfway down our homepage.
You will then be asked for your patron bar code. This site needs a 14 digit access code so we’ve adapted our patron bar codes to this new format:
2V6SD00000 + your current bar code to equal 14 digits in all.
On the next page, choose a category and at Show Me, choose Only titles with copies available. Scroll through the choices offered and “borrow” the items you wish – there is a limit of 3 checkouts at a time.
If you have any questions at all, please email Louise at email@example.com or call 802-365-7948. Have fun!
This month, the Book Discussion group will meet on Friday, March 28th. Meet at the Library at noon – the current book is Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen.
Local Voices, a group of writers, meets at the Library on the last Wednesday of each month; 7pm. Call the Library for more information.
The next Toddler Storytime will be held on Saturday, April 5th, at 10am.
Kids – Come to the Library in costume on Halloween and get a free book!
N W Casey’s Kaleidoscope Photographs
Saturday, October 5, from 10 to 4
Sunday, October 6, from 10 to 2
This fall marks the 21st year of the Library’s annual book sale, organized by the Friends of the Library and spanning the weekend before the Newfane Heritage Festival. With the much appreciated assistance of students and staff of Kindle Farm School, books are carried to the Union Hall, the site of the sale, just off the Newfane Common. All year our volunteers sort contributed books into over 25 categories, making for easy shopping. This year we are pleased to offer an unusually large number of books, especially mysteries, cookbooks, and children’s books. Many books are below our usual bargain prices, so come get your winter reading!
Louise Sirois, whose background is in languages and education, is originally from northern Maine but arrived here from Sunsites, Arizona, where she managed a small rural library for eleven years. She is looking forward to carrying on the wonderful service that the Moore Free gives to the Newfane community and to improving patron use and access to the Library’s web-based catalog and databases. She believes very strongly in a library being the center of its community and to serving the needs of all its patrons. Louise invites you to “drop by the Library to introduce yourself and to let me know how your Library can best serve you.”