Due to the high number of positive COVID cases in Washington County, the Moretown Library will be moving to curbside services only effective immediately. Please use the link below to make your requests for books and other materials.


Stay safe and healthy!

Please review our COVID Phases plan HERE for more details, and we look forward to opening our doors again soon!


Hooray! Open Mic Night will be held weekly via Zoom with host Jay Saffran beginning January 8th. Don’t let Covid-19 keep you alone on these cold winter nights, join the Moretown creative community!
Calling all crew and imposters! The MRV Libraries invite students in grades 5-8 to play the online game “Among Us” in a trusted environment. Can you spot the imposter and stop them before they destroy your ship and crewmates? You may register for one or more of the Friday sessions. After you register you will receive a Zoom link and instructions for downloading the game.
Join the MRV Libraries for another fun virtual trivia night! By popular request, it is time to test your knowledge of gods and goddesses, creatures and monsters, and the places where these ancient stories play out. A big thanks to Ms. Hopper’s 5/6 class at Moretown Elementary for creating the questions. Register by noon on the 18th to receive the meeting login information to play along. 
Young children are mud pie makers, fort builders and rock stackers. That is, they’re scientists, artists, mathematicians, and engineers learning about the world around them. Join the MRV Libraries and Four Winds Nature Institute to explore nurturing your young learners by being outside together. We’ll be reading the book “Adventure, Play, Peace” by Nancy MacPhee Bower and sharing strategies for creating peaceful family communities that foster children’s curiosity, compassion and confidence.

Online Links and Resources

The Vermont School Library Association has published a list of resources for families HERE