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Throwback “Fursday” July 29, 2021

Patches (left), and Mittens (right) on a chair in the home of Ruth Overfield, November, 1975. Moffat Library of Washingtonville

Today’s “Throwback Fursday” post shows Ruth Overfield’s cats “Patches” and “Mittens” sitting comfortably on a chair in the home of Ruth Overfield in November, 1973. Learn more about our Local History collection by going here or calling (845) 496-5483 x 326!

Update (as of July 26, 2021)

Update (as of July 26, 2021)

THE LIBRARY WILL BE CLOSED SATURDAY, JULY 31st WHILE OUR
PARKING LOT IS SEAL-COATED

THE RAIN DATE IS SATURDAY, AUGUST 7

We apologize for any inconvenience

Update (as of July 26, 2021)

FRIENDS' USED BOOKSTORE

THE FRIENDS' USED BOOKSTORE TO REOPEN
TUESDAY, AUGUST 3

The Friends of the Moffat Library are happy to announce that their Used Book Store will be reopening on Tuesday, August 3rd at the Moffat Library.

They will be open the following hours:

Tuesday 10:15 AM – 2 PM
Thursday 2 PM – 7:15 PM
Saturday 11:00 AM – 3 PM

Throwback “Fursday” July 22, 2021

Photograph of gentleman on dog cart possibly near Quebec, CA. c. 1920. Moffat Library of Washingtonville

Today’s “Throwback Fursday post shows an unidentified gentleman, most likely on a holiday in Canada posing on a dog cart. Carts such as these were used by people living in the Province of Quebec for transportation, as well as to haul fish and other goods. Learn more about our Local History collection by going to our local history guide here  or calling (845) 496-5483 x 326!

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