We are Reopen!
The Moretown Library will be reopening its doors to patrons and visitors alike on Tuesday, June 1st. with the following guidelines:
- If you are unvaccinated, we encourage you to wear a mask.
- There will be a limit of 10 people in the library at any one time.
- We ask that you limit your time in the library to 30 minutes.
- Patrons are encouraged to make reservations to secure a time for the public computer, but walk-ins will be accommodated when possible.
We are excited to welcome you back for materials browsing, printing services, and computer and wi-fi access. You may review our complete REOPENING PLAN for more details.
Our curbside pickup service will still be available for those who prefer it. Please us the CURBSIDE REQUEST FORM to let us know what you are looking for.
A Year of Its Own: A Mad River Valley Pandemic Story Project
Calling all writers, artists, and storytellers!
The Mad River Valley Libraries are seeking submissions of prose, poetry, art, and photography for a collection of stories of life in the Mad River Valley during the COVID-19 pandemic. Whatever your age, background, or creative ability, you’ve got a unique perspective to share! So why not write a mini-memoir, take a photograph, or create a poem or drawing to express yourself? Submissions will be compiled into a publication that will be distributed within the community.
To submit your work, complete this ENTRY FORM
Then email your submission to email@example.com. Written submissions should be 1,000 words or fewer, and should be submitted as a Google Doc or MS Word document. Photos and artwork should be submitted as .jpg or .png files. Hard copies of artwork may be dropped off at your favorite MRV library. Submissions are due by July 1, 2021.
Read & Play
Friday, June 11, 18, 25
Ages 0-5, 10:30-11:30 AM
Moretown Recreation Fields
We are excited to welcome back our littlest readers to an outdoor storytime! Children (0-5 years old) and their caregivers can enjoy stories, music, movement and more. Bring a blanket and get ready to pop some bubbles!
Summer Reading with MRV Libraries
Tails and Tales 2021
This summer, the Mad River Libraries are excited to offer outdoor, animal-themed events throughout the Mad River Valley.
Online Links and Resources
The Vermont School Library Association has published a list of resources for families HERE