Friends of the Moore Free Library present a wonderful program from the Southern Vermont Natural History Museum ~
Thursday AUGUST 24
7 to 8 pm
Observe wild animals! Examine skulls & furs! Talk to a wildlife specialist!
A variety of live animals will be on hand to put a face to the challenges Northeastern wildlife must rise to meet. Museum staff will also bring furs, skulls and other artifacts for an exploration of our local fauna.
On February 14th, Tuesday, from 1pm to 3pm, Newfane local and author Castle Freeman will read excerpts from several of his entertaining Vermont tales written over the years.
Castle is the award-winning author of the acclaimed novel Go With Me, which was made into a major motion picture in 2016, as well as the writer of numerous other novels (most recently “The Devil in the Valley”), short stories, and essays.
Castle found his muse when he moved to Vermont: “Practically all the writing I have done—fiction, essays, history, journalism, and more—has been in one way or another about rural northern New England, in particular the State of Vermont, and the lives of its inhabitants, a source of unique and undiminishing interest, at least to me.”
The talk will take place in the Crowell Gallery and light refreshments will be available.
The Friends of the Moore Free Library will be holding their Annual Book Sale on Saturday, September 26 from 10 to 4 and Sunday, September 27 from 10 to 2. The giant sale takes place in the Union Hall, just off the Common in Newfane. Categories are fiction (including classics and a large selection of mysteries), history, biography and memoir, essays, nature, travel, art and music, how-to, health, young adult, philosophy and religion, humor, Vermont and New England, cooking, gardening, children’s literature, DVDs, and more! All proceeds go toward helping the Library to carry out its services to the community. The Moore Free Library is a private institution that functions as a public library but receives no local, State, or federal funding.
The Friends of the Library Annual Book Sale will be on September 26 & 27 this year. The sale will take place in our traditional site of Union Hall in Newfane.
We have over 90 boxes of books to offer for all kinds of reading tastes: mystery, biography, science, philosophy, travel, romance, classic literature, etc. Movies and audiobooks will also be available for sale.
Stay tuned for more news on this web site and on our fb page!
The Friends of the Moore Free Library are reserving spaces now for their Community Tag Sale to take place on the Newfane Common on Saturday, June 27, from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm. Spaces cost $20 each. Sellers must provide their own tables. The sale will be held rain or shine, with no refunds given.
To reserve a space, please contact Julie at 365-7278 or firstname.lastname@example.org or pick up a reservation form at the Library, 23 West Street, Newfane. The Library is open Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday from 1:00 to 5:00 pm, Thursday from 2:00 to 7:00 pm, and Saturday from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. When the Library is closed, you may pick up a form from the envelope tacked to the bulletin board on the front porch.
The Friends of the Moore Free Library raise funds to help support the functions and activities of the Library, a private institution that serves as a public library but without benefit of federal, state, or town money.
The Friends of the Moore Free Library in Newfane are reserving spaces now for the 11th Annual Community Tag Sale to be held on the Newfane Common on Saturday, June 29, from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm. Spaces cost $15 each, or $20 each if reserved after June 1. Sellers must provide their own tables. The sale will be held rain or shine, with no refunds given.
To reserve a space, please contact Julie at 365-7278 or email@example.com or pick up a reservation form at the Library, 23 West Street, Newfane. If the Library is closed, you may take a form from the envelope provided on the front porch.
The Friends of the Library raise funds to help support the functions and activities of the Library, a private institution that serves as a public Library but without benefit of federal, state, or town money.
Please try to come to a meeting for the Friends of Moore Free Library on Thursday October 18th at noon. The libraries Friends group welcomes everyone who enjoys MFL, meetings are not too long and usually include a couple of laughs. Any questions email firstname.lastname@example.org.