WELCOME

Library Hours

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


 The Library is open! – open to you, open for you, open because of you!

Happy Spring!  Remember that, even if your library is only open 20 hours per week, some of our services are available 24/7!  You can download ebooks and e-audiobooks, access online classes and classic movies, check our online catalog to see what’s in our collection, and research your family tree.  See our LINKS below.


Library Catalog: To access our **NEW** online catalog click on the card catalog link below. The Username asked for is your current library card number!  The password is “userpass” ; you will change it when you sign on the first time. With this new system, you can search our online catalog and you can reserve items from our library.  Call 365-7948 or email moorefreelibrary@gmail.com if you need assistance!

Free Online Content:  The following free services are available to all Moore Free Library card holders.  Follow the links below to access online content.  Please contact the Library for account numbers or passwords.

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Access our online catalog here

First time user password = userpass

New!

GMLC

Ebooks & Eaudiobooks

 

Books, Movies, & Music

Continuing Education Classes

Research Databases

Genealogy Resources


 


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.

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