March 2022 Events

Canned Food & Hygiene Drive-We will be having our annual Canned Food Drive to benefit the Morrisville Food Pantry UNTIL Friday March 4.  Please help us make it better than ever!  Help us to benefit to our food pantry!  We can only take any non-perishable, UNEXPIRED canned food item!!  We will ALSO collect hygiene products like soap, shampoo, toothpaste and toothbrushes etc. for the Pantry as well!

Take-n-Make March Craft(s)– Attention Kids! CLICK HERE to see what we are making this month! Open to ages 2-12; while supplies last!

March Book Discussion– The Guest Book by Sarah Blake
Copies can be picked up starting March 1, 2022. Then look for our event of this on Facebook and join in the discussion from March 17-31, 2022! Or just read the book because we know you want to!

LEGO Challenge!- CLICK HERE for the calendar of ideas! Every time you complete one of the challenges, send us a picture by email (, message us on Facebook, bring in a hard copy picture (we cannot view pics off phones/devices) to be entered into the drawing on March 31, 2022 to win a $50 LEGO gift card! Open to all ages, young and old. No need to do all of the challenges (or in order), but the more you do, the more tickets you get entered into for the grand prize! (The Library Manager has the final say on if the creation meets the challenge.)

Dr. Seuss Day!– Come grab your special Dr. Seuss grab bag of goodies to celebrate Dr. Seuss at home with your families starting Wednesday March 2 ! Open to kids ages 2-12 years of age! Bags available from Wednesday March 2 while supplies last.

Virtual Story Time– Join Library Manager, Michelle Rounds, as she reads books about St. Patrick’s Day/Rainbows on Tuesday March 15 at 11:00am on Facebook Live! Then stop into the library and get the craft activity (leprechaun puppet) to take home and do! (Craft kits are only available until Thursday March 31 at 7pm, or while supplies last.) Craft kits are for kids ages 3-9 ONLY!

Library Board Meeting- The Library Board of Trustees meet on Thursday March 17 at 6:30pm. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend. Face coverings are mandatory!

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