Take-n-Make’s for March- ARE GONE! Attention Kids! CLICK HERE to see what we are making this month! Open to ages 2-12; while supplies last! Look for our crafts for April starting April 1!
Movie Night–Man Called Otto (PG-13)– Join us on Friday April 7 at 7:00pm! Please bring your own beverage. Movies will be shown when the library is closed. Please be sure to use the program room door as the main entrance WILL BE LOCKED! Only people 13 and older will be allowed to view the movie unless you bring your parent/guardian.
LIBRARY CLOSED– The library will be closed on Saturday April 8 for the Easter holiday weekend. We will reopen Monday April 10 at 12pm.
John Taibi Railroad Historic Talk– The Racetrack is the title, and it is an account of the competitive operation between the Ontario & Western and the Lackawanna railroads between Utica and Norwich. The Racetrack, itself, extended from Sherburne 4-Corners through North Norwich. Join us for this exciting talk on Friday April 14 at 6:00pm.
Changes to our Fees Schedule starting January 1, 2023
Printer Fees: no more 2 free pages
25 cents EACH page
Copies: 25 cents a page
Faxes (to receive and send):
$1 for the first page, 25 cents each page after
Please do not come into the building if you are experiencing any of the following COVID-19 symptoms: fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste and smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting or diarrhea. Instead, we can bring materials outside for you if you call ahead-315-684-9130
The Morrisville Public Library takes book donations. We will ONLY take donations of: children’s books, large type materials, DVD’s, books on CD or two years current of fiction or nonfiction books. NO ITEMS are to be left outside the library’s doors or put in our return bins. Please make arrangements with a staff member about dropping them off.\
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