Upcoming events for fall ‘15
at the Moore Free Library/
T, W, F 1-5 Th 2-7 Sat 10-1 23 West St. Newfane 802-365-7948, moorefreelibrary.wordpress.com
Sat. Sept 5 – 10:30 Story time
4-6pm-Gallery Opening – Jane Davies and Macdonald, Oils and Mixed Media. This show will run through Sept. 30.
Wed. Sept 9 – noon- Friends of the Library Meeting
Sat. Sept 26 – 10am – 4pm – Annual Friends of the Library Book Sale – Union Hall – Newfane
Sun. Sept 27 – 10am-2pm- Booksale continues
Wed. Sept 30 – Local Voices 6:45 pm sign-up, 7pm Reading begins. Writers read their unpublished work
Fri. Oct. 2 – noon – Book Group – Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe
Sat. Oct. 3 – 10:30 – Story time
1-3pm – Gallery Opening – Oct. Lauren Watrous, Painting. This show runs until Oct. 29.
Thurs. Oct. 22 – 5:30-7pm Reading and book launch for Suzanne d’Corsey’s book – The Bonnie Road
Wed. Oct. 28 – Local Voices 6:45 pm sign-up, 7 PM Reading begins
Sat. Oct. 31 – 6-8pm Happy Halloween – Trick or Treat and the library and get a book and Halloween sticker
Tues. Nov. 3 – *Matt Peake, Barbara Baker-Bury and Scott J. Morgan’s show is in the gallery until Nov. 30
Sat. Nov. 7 -10:30 NO Story time
Fri. Nov. 13 – Noon – Book Group – Charms for the Easy Life – Kaye Gibbons
Sat. Nov 14 – *1-3 pm Gallery Opening for Matt Peake, Barbara Baker- Bury and Scott J. Morgan
Sat. Dec. 5 – 10:30am – Story time
Sat. Dec. 12 – 10:30am – SANTA at the Library!
Dec. 1-31 – Gallery – Sew What’s of Newfane, Fiber
Fri. Dec. 18 – noon – Book Group – Bring a book to share and talk about with the group
Please check Librarian’s Blog page for updates and other happenings around the library.
Patrons can “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.
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.