The latest happening at the library

The Morgantown Public Library, Downtown Branch, Will Be Temporarily Closed for HVAC Installation

July 23, 2020

You may have noticed higher-than-normal temperatures at the downtown branch. For over a month, the library’s air conditioning has ceased working in multiple areas throughout the library. Given the summer heat and mask mandate, it has been quite uncomfortable for staff and patrons. Much to everyone’s relief, we have set a date with contractors to […]

The Morgantown Public Library, downtown branch, is still temporarily closed.

July 16, 2020

Update #3 The Morgantown Public Library, downtown branch, is still temporarily closed.   There are no major updates to the main water line break other than the Morgantown Utility Board will return today for more extensive work. No library books or materials have been damaged due to this leak. The repair is ongoing and we […]

Get Your Own Library T-Shirt!

July 16, 2020

We are now selling Adult Reading Challenge T-Shirts! These are being sold for a limited time so get your order in today: https://pogo.undergroundshirts.com/…/morgantown-public-libr… Shirts are just $16 and all proceeds go directly back to the library. All payments and shipments are completed through the site so there will be no need to enter the library […]

The Morgantown Public Library, downtown branch, will be closed again today, July 15th. 

July 15, 2020

Update #2 The Morgantown Public Library, downtown branch, will be closed again today, July 15th. We experienced a break in the main water line Monday evening and workers spent most of Tuesday trying to resolve the issue. To do this, they had to shut the water off to the building. At a time when hand-washing […]

Morgantown Public Library, Downtown Branch, Temporarily Closes Due to a Pipe Break

July 14, 2020

The Morgantown Public Library, downtown branch, will be CLOSED today, July 14, 2020, due to a pipe break. Our books and materials have not been affected. We are still assessing the situation and will notify you as soon as we learn more about the source of the problem as well as a potential reopening date. […]