Programs

Please check Librarian’s Blog page for updates and other happenings around the library.

PARK PASSES - Patrons can now “check out” a park pass for free entry into Vermont State Historic Sites, Vermont State Parks and the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center.  Ask for one at the Library’s front desk.

Embodyoga

Embodyoga is a mindful, relaxing approach to yoga that is open to everyone. Gentle stretching & restorative benefits. Focus is on whole body/mind integration, emphasizing “alignment from the inside out”.

Taught by Ro Corbin, Registered Embodyoga Instructor

Only $10.00 per class.

Wednesdays, Moore Free Library-Gallery Space.  5:30 to 6:45pm

Bring a water bottle, dress in loose comfortable clothing, bring a mat if you have one, a towel or blanket, & your sense of adventure & humor!  ANYONE may come try this class. NO experience necessary. Extra mats available.

Storytime

The first Saturday of the month at 10am in the children’s room.  Read stories, sing, rhyme, dance and have a good time.

February 1 – Be my Valentine!  Stories about Valentine’s Day, love, and kisses.  Craft-making doily heart valentines.

March 1 – Saint Patrick’s Day!  Stories about the color green, St. Patrick’s. Craft – coloring shamrocks

April 5 – Bunnies!

May 3 – Spring!

June 7 – Water!    To be continued….

Local Voices

Writers from our community read from their unpublished works on the last Wednesday of each month. Sign up to read at 6:45 pm. Reading begins at 7:00 pm. Organized by Elizabeth Macalaster.

Book Group - Everyone is invited

The group meets every sixth Friday at noon at the Library. Books are available to borrow about six weeks prior to the meeting date.

The schedule for the Book Discussion Group is as follows:

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen   March 28

Peace Like a River by Leif Enger  May 9

We take a break during the summer and resume in September.

Take A Walk!

One of the many ways in which the Robert L. Crowell family has supported The Moore Free Library over the years has been the acquisition and gift to us of a seven-acre parcel of undeveloped land on South Wardsboro Road a short distance from the Library. The acreage, which serves as a wildlife sanctuary and teaching resource, is open to the community in all seasons free of charge. We invite you to walk or snowshoe on this lovely piece of Vermont landscape.

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Friends of Moore Free Library

Notes from Jan Knowles, President, Friends of the Library The Friends October Book Sale went extremely well this year, with Teddi Tucci, Kirsten Krause, and Elsie Garbe doing a heroic job sorting and pricing the many books donated. In June the Friends took over the organization and running of the Townwide Tag Sale, with Julie Lavorgna heading up the effort. The occasion was a great success, raising almost $900, and we plan to repeat the event next year. The Friends recently purchased an air conditioner and new phones for the Library. (Thanks to Bobbe Ragouzeos for doing the legwork.) We plan to initiate some much-needed improvements in the near future, beginning with new flooring for the entry foyer. At our June meeting I was elected as president of the Friends. Teddi Tucci will serve as vice-president, and Ellie Lemire will continue as treasurer. We are still in need of a secretary. If anyone is interested, please call me at 348-7759.

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