November 2019
There were loads of activities this Halloween season at Moffat!  Pictured above are participants in the Pumpkin Painting program, as well as decorations, the corn maze & attendees playing some spooky carnival games at the famous Moffat Library Halloween Carnival!
There was a record sign-up for the Pumpkin Painting on October 11th.  Due to unprecedented popular demand for this all-ages program, it was necessary for Youth Librarian, Emily Kinney, to put an emergency order in for additional pumpkins!
To add to this, the 17th Annual Halloween Carnival was a great success, with a full house of kids from ages 3-8 with their families!  Attendees enjoyed Face Painting, the Corn Maze, a Halloween Feel Box, Ring Tossing in the stacks & much more.  All the night's activities were presented by the Library's Teen Advisory Board members.
Thank you to all the teen volunteers  
who once again made the Halloween Carnival
a great night out for our families!  
Recap - Historic Cemetery Tour
Washingtonville Village Historian Linda Standish and Moffat Library Local History Librarian Matthew Thorenz presented a virtual historic cemetery tour right here at the library, with the aid of costumed staff from the New Windsor Cantonment on October 12th.

Friends of Moffat Library Donate Funds to Library
At the Friends of the Moffat Library Annual Meeting and Presentation on Wednesday, October 25th, the Friends presented the library with a check for $2,800.

The funds were raised by the hard work and dedication of the Friends of the Moffat Library (FOML) Book Store volunteers and are comprised of their store proceeds over the past year.

The funds will be used to pay for the annual subscription cost of the library's genealogy database,, as well as for additional programming for youth and adults.
Researching Your Old Home
Wednesday, November 6th @ 6:30 PM
Let cultural resource consultant Maria Audin show you how to research the history of your old home for insurance and historic preservation purposes.



FOML Visit to Street of Shops

Saturday, November 16th
Over 375 shops located in a restored, historic wool mill selling arts, crafts and more! 
Coach leaves St. Mary's Church in Washingtonville at 7:30 AM, returning from Lewisburg, PA at 4:30 PM. 
$45.00/per person. Please make checks payable to: FOML c/0 Moffat Library, 6 West Main Street no later than Wednesday, November 6th.
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Consumer Reports tests, rates, and reviews thousands of consumer products and services at both its testing center in Westchester County, N.Y., and its auto test center in Colchester, Conn.

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