As Moore County Public Library Director Peggy Gold retires, her staff and community express how no one could ever fill her Mother Theresa-sized shoes.
The Moore County Public Library recently announced it will return to curbside services only “due to a rise of COVID cases in our community.”
The Moore County Public Library continues to remain open to the public but patrons must sign up for programs ahead of time in order to keep the numbers small.
Moore County Public Library staff can help local adult learners seeking to take their high school equivalency exam. It’s available online and free to Tennessee residents.
The book club associated with the public library will read Dallas author Kathleen Kent’s historical fiction, The Outcasts, for September.
The Moore County Public Library wants locals to know that virtual learners are welcome each eLearning Wednesday.
The public library will now close daily at 4 p.m. for cleaning and sanitizing. Currently hours are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday from 9-11 a.m.
The Moore County Public Library will host a Meet the Author event for native Rodney Syler on August 28.
The Moore County Public Library book club will discuss The Crane Wife by Patrick Ness this Friday.
The July pick for the library’s Brown Bag Book Club will be the Book of Speculation by Erika Swyler.