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  DRIVE-THRU ENTRANCE located on ROUTE 208 between 1st Presbyterian Church & Route 94.
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NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of August 14, 2020)

TEEN TAKE & MAKE: Galaxy Bottles

Make a tiny galaxy in a bottle with this new Teen Take & Make project! Small enough to turn into a necklace or decorate your bookshelf!

Supplies available to Teens and Tweens for free at the Library Drive-Thru until August 28.
Supplies are limited.  First come, first serve.

Want a peak at the instructions? Check it out online at https://guides.rcls.org/moffatsrp/teencrafts

NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of August 13, 2020)
NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of August 12, 2020)

TAKE A JOURNEY WITH A FANTASY MAP

Fantasy has a long history. And one of its most notable traditions is the idea of worldbuilding, or imagining a fictional collection of nations, cultures, languages, and histories to inhabit an imagined geography and ecology.

It’s a rich and fascinating opportunity to explore all manner of topics or just imagine and share new marvels. J.R.R. Tolkien distinguished “fairy-stories” from other forms of speculative fiction by emphasizing how its author shares with readers a distinctive, marvelous world, separate from our own which still remains consistent and credible.

The fantasy map is one of the most widespread ways that we can explore imaginary realms. There may be few spaces left on modern maps for explorers to fill, but there is always another fantasy map to chart new possibilities.

What is a Fantasy Map?

Take a tour through the history and variety of fantasy books
with the New York Public Library

NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of August 11, 2020)

QUEST FOR THE DRAGON’S EGG!

Complete the quest to be entered into a dragon-themed mystery raffle!

Open to kids and teens Grades K – 12.  Two dragon prizes will be raffled off to those who complete the Quest: one prize for kids and one for teens/tweens.

Complete any 7 of 21 activities required to earn the Dragon’s Egg badge on Beanstack. Visit moffatlibrary.beanstack.org to record your completed challenges or download the Beanstack Tracker app for Android or iPhone.

When you earn the Dragon’s Egg badge on Beanstack, you’re entered into the raffle!

Need an offline list to keep track?  Download the PDF here!

NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of August 10, 2020)

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A NEW HOBBY?

Check out this recorded presentation by our reference librarian Matt and learn about the hobby of tabletop wargaming!
This pre-recorded program is based on a Zoom presentation that was hosted in
May, 2020. Click the preview to view!

NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of August 7, 2020)

COMMUNITY READING GOAL

Moffat Library patrons have read almost 2,000 books so far in the Summer Reading Challenge!
There are 24 days left in the challenge. Help us reach our goal of reading 5,000 books by August 31st by participating in Summer Reading!

Visit moffatlibrary.beanstack.org or download the Beanstack Tracker app on Android and iPhone to join the challenge.

NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of August 6, 2020)

BLANCANIEVES

This week’s Moffat Library Movie of the Week is the 2012 film “Blancanieves,” a retelling of the classic fairytale “Snow White” set in 1920’s Spain and filmed as a silent movie! Watch the introduction video below to learn more about this film from our reference librarian Matt, then head to kanopy.com to log into your Kanopy Account to view the film on your own!

NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of August 5, 2020)

ADVENTURE IS OUT THERE!

We know that travel is especially difficult, uncertain, and stressful right now. But we can always explore the world and discover hidden wonders through maps, books, and photographs.

Come take a trip with us through destinations both remote and closer to home and enjoy the beauties of the world we share. And then take a look at these journalism websites dedicated to travel, history, and urbanism – free to the public!

 

From CityLab – Homemade maps from 2020 share perspectives and experiences during the pandemic.

NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of August 4, 2020)

Make a Fantasy Castle!

KIDS MAKE & TAKE CRAFTS:
FANTASY CASTLES

Do a fun kids project at home with some help from the library!

Stop by the Drive-Thru to pick up your directions and crafting supplies!

All you’ll need at home are scissors, tape or glue, and your imagination!

We want to see your castles! Tags us in your completed projects on Facebook and Instagram @moffatlibrary

NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of August 3, 2020)

IMAGINE YOUR PIRATE STORY!

Welcome to the finale of the Page Turner Adventures series!  Check out the Moffat Library Page Turner Adventures group on Facebook to join the fun!  Videos will be shared all week and will be available on the group until September 1st!

Pirate Week Schedule
Monday 8/3: David Engel’s Pirate School: Marooned Together
Tuesday 8/4: Craft Day
Wednesday 8/5: Author Day with Melinda Long (How I Became a Pirate) and Tom Lichtenheld (Everything I Know about Pirates) LIVE SHOW Wednesday 8/5 @ 3PM: Page Turner Adventures Facebook Live Party with PageTurners! https://www.facebook.com/pageturneradventures/
Thursday 8/6: Tween Crafts
Friday 8/7: The Legend of Captain Book and the Book-A-Neers!

NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of July 31, 2020)

TEEN TAKE & MAKE: No-Sew Drawstring Bag

Make a quick and easy drawstring bag without any sewing!  Perfect for carrying your D&D dice, a cosplay accessory, and more!

Supplies available to Teens and Tweens for free at the Library Drive-Thru until August 13.  Supplies are limited.  First come, first serve.

Want a peek at the instructions?  Check it out online.

 

 

 

NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of July 30, 2020)

FANTASY LEGO BUILD

We’re off on a high seas adventure for this week’s fantasy LEGO build!
Watch the video above to follow along with our reference librarian, or be inspired to create a sea monster of your own!

NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of July 29, 2020)
NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of July 28, 2020)

Summer Reading Raffle Packages

SUMMER READING RAFFLES

Did you know that reading this summer could win you prizes?  When you log your books on moffatlibrary.beanstack.org or on the Beanstack Tracker app on Android or iPhone, you have a chance to win a prize at the end of the summer!

No tickets needed–once you log a book, you’re automatically entered into the raffle!

Need an offline method to log your reading?  Call us at (845) 496-5483 x 324 or email us at moffatlibrary@rcls.org to receive a Paper Log!  Please note that Paper Logs must be returned to the library by August 31 to be eligible for any raffles.

GOOD LUCK!

NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of July 27, 2020)

ZOOMenagerie for All Ages

Monday, August 3rd @ 6:30 PM

Meet and learn about some of the residents of Everything Animals Resource Center via Zoom!  To join the fun, sign up online at moffatlibrary.org/events-calendar 

NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of July 24, 2020)

TEEN SUMMER VOLUNTEERS

Open to Teens Entering Grades 7 – 12

Help us build an online resource for Teen Book Recommendations!

Visit https://guides.rcls.org/moffatsrp/volunteer to learn how you can earn community service hours by reading this summer.

NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of July 23, 2020)

THE SEVENTH SEAL

Our second film of our Summer Movie Series for Adults is the 1957 classic
“The Seventh Seal,” directed by Ingmar Bergman. Watch this short introduction to the film to learn more about it from our reference librarian Matt.

NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of July 22, 2020)

IMAGINE SEEING IMPOSSIBLE COLORS!

Illusion and magic exist in the real world. You just have to be creative and diligent about where you look. Chimerical colors are one kind of impossible colors that our eyes cannot normally see due to either the way our cone cells react to light or the way our visual cortex interprets those reactions. They demonstrate intriguing paradoxical effects like normal colors appearing darker than black, brighter than white, or deeper than pure, fully saturated colors.

Physicists, biologists, and philosophers use chimerical colors to help understand exactly how our eyes work and what that means for how we subjectively experience color. Whether you want to just enjoy the magic of seeing impossible colors or dive deeper into how colors work, your library has got you covered this summer.

Come check out the Moffat Adult Summer Reading Program for more resources, games, and ideas to help you imagine your story!

Summer Reading Program for Adults

 

NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of July 21, 2020)

Make a Paper Crown

MAKE AND TAKE CRAFTS:
PAPER CROWNS

Do a fun kids project at home with some help from the library!

Stop by the Drive-Thru to pick up your directions and crafting supplies!

All you’ll need at home are scissors
and tape/glue.

 

NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of July 20, 2020)

IMAGINE YOUR CIRCUS STORY!

Join us for a week of circus-themed virtual activities, author visits, and performances by Page Turner Adventures!

To join in the fun, click HERE to visit Moffat Library Page Turner Adventures on Facebook and request to join the group.  Videos are posted Monday – Friday.

CIRCUS WEEK SCHEDULE:

July 20: Show Day – “The Magnificent Circus Mystery!” Enjoy magic, juggling, uni-cycling, and comedy!

July 21: Craft Day – Clown Bookmarks and Magical Steamer Trunks

July 22: Author Day – Tom Lichtenheld, illustrator of Good Night, Good Night Construction Site

July 23: Older Kids Craft Day – Learn to juggle plastic grocery store bags and how to make your own juggling balls!

July 24: Guest Performer Day – World-renowned magician and Houdini historian, Jessica Jane Peterson!  Bonus field trip to the International Clown Hall of Fame in Baraboo, Wisconsin!

Click Here for the Moffat Library Page Turner Adventures Facebook Group!

NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of July 17, 2020)

Wear Your Mask!

TAKE SUMMER READING HOME WITH YOU!

Pick up a To-Go Kit for Kids at the
Library Drive-Thru!

Each To-Go Kit contains bookmarks, prizes, and a “Read & Bead” kit to help kids see how much they read this summer.

NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of July 16, 2020)

BUILDERS OF ALL AGES!

WATCH THIS WEEK’S FANTASY INSPIRED LEGO BUILD CREATED
BY A MOFFAT LIBRARIAN!

Use the step-by-step video to build a fantasy castle in “micro-scale,” or use it to inspire your own “Imagine Your Story” build!

NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of July 15, 2020)
NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of July 14, 2020)

Check out a bundle of 7 Picture Books!

BEDTIME BUNDLES ARE BACK!

 

Check out a bundle of 7 picture books for some
weekly bedtime reading!  

 

Call the Library at 845-496-5483 ext. 324
to request a bundle, and we will hold it for your pick-up

   

NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of July 13, 2020)
NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of July 10, 2020)
NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of July 8, 2020)

COME READ WITH US!

These past few months have been tough for everyone. But our Great Beginnings Book Club has still been running and connecting people with some great stories.

If you are looking for an opportunity to read more or to have some safe social interaction from the comfort of your home, consider borrowing a digital copy of our latest selection and joining us during our regular Zoom meetings.

The Great Beginnings Book Club reads a broad variety of books, so there’s always something new to explore. Book club picks will never have any wait times, so you can always get started right away. Everyone is welcome!

(And, yes, you can borrow the book without attending the meetings. We’d be happy for you to just enjoy a good book alongside us.)

Our next meeting is scheduled for July 21st at 7:30 pm. Please register at the link below if you would like to attend. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you need help borrowing ebooks or using Zoom.

Register here

Borrow a copy of “Three Hours in Paris”

NEW! - Everything Animals Events via Zoom (as of July 7, 2020)

EVERYTHING ANIMALS

Meet and learn about animals with Everything Animals Resource Center via Zoom this summer!

Visit our Events Calendar to find out more!  Register to join the fun!

Coming Up:

July 8th @ 2PM – “What’s Inside?” for Pre-K

July 20th @ 6PM – “ZOOMenagerie” for All Ages

July 22nd @ 2PM – “Prickly, Tickly, Bumpy, Lumpy, Soft, Smooth, and Squishy” for Pre-K

everything animals flyer

 

 

NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of July 6, 2020)
NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of July 2, 2020)

DID YOU KNOW
SUMMER READING
ISN’T JUST FOR KIDS?

Head over to our Summer Reading Program for Adults page to view reading lists, games, and activities to help you make this summer a fun, memorable, and enriching experience!

Summer Reading Program for
Adults Activities

 

NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of July 1, 2020)

TURTLE DANCE MUSIC KICKS OFF
SUMMER READING

It’s the first day of Summer Reading, so get ready to dance and sing with
Mr. Matt Mazur from Turtle Dance Music!

NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of June 30, 2020)

DELVE THE DATABASES!

Wherever you go, libraries offer the same learning, entertainment, and serenity. 

Come expand your horizons and voyage through the languages of the world with Rosetta Stone! Free with your library card, Rosetta Stone has been trusted for over 20 years by schools, libraries, and organizations around the world to offer immersive language learning skills.

First time visitors will be prompted to create a free account  with Rosetta Stone so that you can save your progress and track your specific learning goals. Whether you’re looking to study for school or work, explore a particular culture more deeper, or just keep you mind sharp, Rosetta Stone makes language learning fun, easy, and effective.

 

Get started with Rosetta Stone today

The photos from today’s poster are taken from our Flickr account.

NEWS!! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of June 26, 2020)

DRIVE-THRU PICK-UP SERVICE AVAILABLE NOW! Please enter from Route 208 & follow the road to the drive-thru window

For assistance with placing holds or finding items, please call the library at (845)496-5483 x 324 or email us at: moffat@rcls.org

After a hold has been placed please wait for a call from the library that your item is ready to be picked up before heading out. Drive-thru pickup service is available during our regular library hours.

The Moffat Library Building remains closed.  However we are now offering selected services including, photocopying, faxing & notary service BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. CALL (845)496-5483 X 324 to set up an appointment.

Drive-thru Pick-up Hours are:  MONDAY-THURSDAY 10 AM – 8 PM, FRIDAY 10 AM – 6 PM, SATURDAY 10 AM – 5 PM,
SUNDAY 12 NOON – 5 PM

Registration Opens July 1

NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of June 25, 2020)

Erie Station and Fulton Feed Store, Washingtonville, NY

HISTORIC POSTCARD JIGSAW PUZZLES

This week’s historic postcard jigsaw puzzle is based on a 1915 postcard from Rudolph Brothers. It shows the Erie Station and Fulton Feed store. The Erie station depicted was constructed in 1879, following the destruction of the earlier station built in 1850.

The station remained in operation until freight services were discontinued in 1972. The building was consumed by fire in 1992, however Fulton’s is still standing and is presently a beverage store.

To enjoy this and our other historic jigsaw puzzles, head over to our Games and Activities page , or to view this, and other amazing historic images from our collection, visit our Digital Collections page on the New York Heritage website.

NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of June 24, 2020)
 

PARTICIPATE IN VIRTUAL SUMMER READING CHALLENGES
FOR ALL AGES!

Beginning July 1, we are excited to offer Summer Reading Challenges for Early Readers, Kids,
Tweens, Teens, and Adults!

Click here to Register

 

NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of June 23, 2020)

NOW STREAMING!

The library is proud to announce that it can now begin providing streaming video to its patrons.

Kanopy is a streaming video service that provides instant access to thousands of critically acclaimed movies, documentaries and Kid’s favorites.

You can stream Kanopy on any of your favorite devices! To get started, create an account with your library card number by clicking here.

Moffat Library Kanopy Streaming Media

more information 

 

NEWS!! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of June 22, 2020)

DRIVE-THRU PICK-UP SERVICE
AVAILABLE NOW!
Please enter from Route 208
Call (845)496-5483 x 324 for assistance

Outside book return is NOW OPEN!
Drop off your library materials anytime.
NO LATE FEES WILL BE CHARGED.

UPDATE: Moffat Library FYE21 Vote (as of June 19, 2020)

FYE21 LIBRARY VOTE RESULTS

BUDGET VOTE

NOTICE: The Moffat Library of Washingtonville Board of Trustees decided NOT to hold a Budget Vote for the upcoming fiscal year (2020-21).  Therefore, 2020-21 Moffat Library funding levels will remain the SAME as the current year (2019-20).

 TRUSTEE ELECTION

As per the Governor’s Executive Orders, the Moffat Library held a library Trustee Election via absentee ballot, which was mailed by the Washingtonville Central School District along with their materials to all registered voters in the district. 

6/19/20 UPDATE:  TRUSTEE ELECTION RESULTS

The voting inspectors finished counting this morning and the results are in!  The following candidates have been elected to the Moffat Library Board of Trustees, effective as of July 1, 2020:

James Casazza (5-year term – July 1, 2020-June 30, 2025) with 2929 votes

Tanya Bray (5-year term – July 1, 2020-June 30, 2025) with 2924 votes

Beth Fitzpatrick (3-year term – July 1, 2020-June 30, 2023) with 2904 votes

James Amend (2-year term – July 1, 2020-June 30, 2022) with 2895 votes

Congratulations all!

For full information, including write-in votes, please go here

NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of June 18, 2020)

UNLIMITED Availability  JUNE 22 – JULY  15!

Of Michelle Alexander’s “The New Jim Crow“, and “Me and White Supremacy” by Layla F. Saad.

Read, listen, learn, and grow to understand the underlying racism in our society, and what we can do to overcome it.

These materials can checkout to multiple users with no wait-lists, so you can discuss these books with friends, family, and neighbors.

Check them out today using the Overdrive, or Libby app on your mobile device, or going to Download E-Books 24/7

NEW! - Imagine Your SCIENCE Story! Page Turner Virtual Adventures (as of June 17, 2020)

Imagine Your SCIENCE Story!

Join us for a week of virtual activities, author visits, and performances by Page Turner Adventures!

June 15 – June 19 is Science Week!

To join in the fun, click HERE to visit Moffat Library Page Turner Adventures on Facebook and request to join the group.  Videos are posted Monday – Friday.

SCIENCE WEEK SCHEDULE:

June 15: Show Day – “Dr. Loboto’s STEAM Lab and Movie Magic”

June 16: Craft Day – Balloon Rockets and Thaumatropes (early animation devices!)

June 17: Author Day – Teresa Robeson, author of Queen of Physics (winner of the Asian Pacific American Award)

June 18: Older Kids Craft Day – Phenakistoscopes (another type of early animation device) and Solar Oven S’mores

June 19: Guest Performer Day – Magician, singer, recycling expert, and PBS star: Steve Trash

 

Click here for the Moffat Library Page Turner Adventures Facebook Group!

 

NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of June 16, 2020)

Delve the Databases!

Issues In Society:

Have you ever struggled to understand how someone could have such a different opinion than yours on a social issue? Are you looking for a good faith overview of a controversial topic? Or are you helping family and friends understand a particular debate?

Gale’s database Opposing Viewpoints in Context is for you! Explore hundreds of current or complex issues and see why people might disagree. Opposing Viewpoints features articles and reports representing different perspectives on an issue, related primary and secondary sources, infographics, and audio and video clips to help you explore the various sides of an issue.  Cut through some of the noise and find informed, differing viewpoints to help you draw your own conclusions.

Gale in Context – Opposing Viewpoints

Overview for Infectious Diseases

 

NEW!! - Starting June 15, 2020

MONDAY JUNE 15, 2020 UPDATE:

OUTSIDE BOOK RETURN IS NOW OPEN!!  You can return items anytime!

 Please note that we will continue to go FINE-FREE, so please don’t rush to return your library items!

NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of June 11, 2020)

Main Street, Washingtonville, N.Y. (Looking East)

HISTORIC POSTCARD JIGSAW PUZZLE

Throwback Thursday: This week’s historic postcard jigsaw puzzle is based on a 1915 postcard of Main Street, Washingtonville by Rudolph Brothers. Although cars and trucks were beginning to supplant horse-drawn wagons and buggies, many local residents still used horses to deliver goods and people in this mainly rural area.

In the center is the Washingtonville Elm Tree, which was purported to be as old as the village itself, as well as the watering trough, which provided drinking water for horses. The Elm tree was unfortunately removed in 1935 after succumbing to Dutch Elm disease, and the road has since been re-aligned.

However the buildings behind it on Goshen Avenue, as well as the drug store, grange store, and Armenian Building to the right still exist today! To try solving this, along with the other jigsaw puzzles inspired by our archival collections, visit our Games and Home Activities page on our Local History Guide.

Local History Guide

NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of June 10, 2020)
NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of June 9, 2020)

A LETTER TO OUR COMMUNITY: MOFFAT LIBRARY’S
REOPENING STRATEGY

 

 PATRONS PLEASE READ

NEW! - From Your Education & Recreation Resource (as of June 8, 2020)

SUMMER FUN WITH PAGE TURNERS ADVENTURES!

Join us for a summer of virtual activities, author visits, and performances by Page Turner Adventures! June 8 – June 12 is Space Week!  To join in the fun, click HERE to visit Moffat Library Page Turner Adventures on Facebook and request to join the group.

JOIN THE FUN!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

UPCOMING PROGRAMS

August 23, 2020 - August 29, 2020

Date/Time Event
Tuesday, August 25
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
[Rescheduled] Great Beginnings Book Club

August 30, 2020 - September 5, 2020

Date/Time Event
Thursday, September 3
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Moffat Library Board Meeting

September 6, 2020 - September 12, 2020

Date/Time Event
Sunday, September 6 - Monday, September 7
All Day
LIBRARY CLOSED FOR LABOR DAY
Thursday, September 10
5:00 pm - 8:30 pm
(CANCELED) FOML 2020 Authors Luncheon

September 27, 2020 - October 3, 2020

Date/Time Event
Thursday, October 1
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Moffat Library Board Meeting

October 11, 2020 - October 17, 2020

Date/Time Event
Sunday, October 11 - Monday, October 12
All Day
LIBRARY CLOSED FOR COLUMBUS DAY

November 1, 2020 - November 7, 2020

Date/Time Event
Thursday, November 5
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Moffat Library Board Meeting

November 8, 2020 - November 14, 2020

Date/Time Event
Wednesday, November 11
All Day
LIBRARY CLOSED FOR VETERANS DAY

November 22, 2020 - November 28, 2020

Date/Time Event
Wednesday, November 25
5:00 pm
LIBRARY CLOSING EARLY FOR THANKSGIVING
Thursday, November 26 - Friday, November 27
All Day
LIBRARY CLOSED FOR THANKSGIVING

November 29, 2020 - December 5, 2020

Date/Time Event
Thursday, December 3
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Moffat Library Board Meeting

December 20, 2020 - December 26, 2020

Date/Time Event
Thursday, December 24 - Friday, December 25
All Day
LIBRARY CLOSED FOR HOLIDAYS

January 3, 2021 - January 9, 2021

Date/Time Event
Thursday, January 7
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Moffat Library Board Meeting

January 31, 2021 - February 6, 2021

Date/Time Event
Thursday, February 4
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Moffat Library Board Meeting

February 28, 2021 - March 6, 2021

Date/Time Event
Thursday, March 4
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Moffat Library Board Meeting

March 28, 2021 - April 3, 2021

Date/Time Event
Thursday, April 1
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Moffat Library Board Meeting

May 2, 2021 - May 8, 2021

Date/Time Event
Thursday, May 6
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Moffat Library Board Meeting

May 30, 2021 - June 5, 2021

Date/Time Event
Thursday, June 3
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Moffat Library Board Meeting