January Take-n-Make’s will be available on Tuesday January 4! Open to kids ages 2-15! CLICK HERE to see what they are!
Eyes for the Prize Hunt- January 10-29– Stop in and find the eyes for a prize! All ages are welcome!
January Book Discussion-The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey. Books can be picked up starting January 3, 2022!
Canned Food/Hygiene Drive-January 3-March 4 Help us to benefit to our food pantry! We can only take any non-perishable, UNEXPIRED canned food items!! We will ALSO collect hygiene products!
We are currently working on our Strategic Plan! If you use our library or are a Morrisville Eaton Central School resident/taxpayer, please complete if you can! We will be accepting responses until March 15, 2022. CLICK HERE!
New mask mandates are in effect December 6, 2021 in New York State, PLEASE NOTE that the Morrisville Public Library is still requiring masks as we serve all ages, young and old. (The NYS Department of Health strongly recommends masks in indoor settings where vaccination status of individuals is unknown.) We will continue like usual, so please wear your face covering when you come to the library (vaccinated or not). Thank you. (If you cannot wear a mask, please call us and we can gather materials for you and meet you outside.)
The Morrisville Public Library will begin taking 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. ALL ITEMS will be quarantined for 30 days before we touch the items. We cannot help you bring them into the library for the safety of our staff. 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.
Did you know that you can generate donations while shopping for yourself, at no extra cost?
Simply start your shopping at smile.amazon.com/ch/06-1646456 to confirm “Morrisville Public Library” as your charity of choice, and AmazonSmile will donate a portion of your eligible purchase price to our organization.
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