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Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday  1 to 5 pm Thursday 2 to 7 pm and Saturday 10 am to 1 pm

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Crowell Art Gallery – Artist reception Thursday July 9 from 5 to 7pm

“Liquid Forest: Oils & Pastels Inspired by Woodlands & Wetlands” –
Brooks, ponds, streams and vernal pools; aquatic forest environments are the subject of this recent body of work by Vermont artist, Michael Harlow. Working in oil on wood panel and pastel on paper, Michaela explores the multilayered beauty of cool, wet Vermont woodlands, throughout the season. A career artist and landscape designer for more than twenty years, Michaela Harlow has exhibited her work in galleries and juried exhibits throughout the United States. Her paintings are included in numerous public and private collections, including the permanent collection of the Crowell Gallery at the Moore Free Library.  Her exhibit will remain in the Gallery throughout the month of July.

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The Moore Free Library thanks the entire community for its ongoing support and patronage. Since we are a private library—even though we function as your public library, charging no fees—we receive no municipal, state, or federal funding. The generous donations of our Brookline and Newfane communities enable us to serve you. During the past year our patrons checked out over 10,000 books, movies, and audios and enjoyed our wireless Internet service. Our registered borrowers now number over a thousand!

Our Mission
The mission of the Moore Free Library in Newfane, Vermont is to
collect, preserve and deliver in a welcoming, convenient and
responsive manner, library materials in print and in electronic
formats to meet the informational and life long learning needs of the
members of its community.  In addition, we seek to provide cultural
and environmental enrichment through various forms of art and nature.