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IT'S SUMMER READING TIME! and Temporary library cards still available! Contact us at: 409-643-5975 or email: library@texascitytx.gov

Starting Monday, June 8th, Moore Memorial Public Library will host a virtual/take-home summer library program. The library will provide weekly, take-home kits for children ages 5 – 18, which will be available for pick-up during the entire week while supplies last. There will also be a summer reading program for children, teens, and adults. Reading logs will be available on the library’s main website and at the library for in-person pick-up.

Be sure to check our FaceBook page (@moorepubliclibrary) in the future for more updates and further details.

Children's Summer Program & Reading Log

Teen Summer Program & Reading Log

Adult Reading Log

Handling Great Adversity: Your COVID-19 Story

Moore Memorial Public Library has created an online digital space for the citizens of Texas City to document the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in our community.  With that said, there are many ways to contribute to this project.

  • Provide a personal story about how COVID-19 is affecting you and your community.
  • Include photos, memes, short audio and video diaries, social media screenshots, posters, flyers, and artistic creations to show changes in community spaces. 
  • Your tips for staying healthy.
  • What was it like to go grocery shopping?
  • Are you a local business owner? Share how COVID-19 impacted your business, your employees and your customers.
  • Teachers and parents: Describe the effect of COVID-19 in your school. Your classroom?  Your home-school?
  • Students also have a voice! What are teenagers doing to cope with changes to your day-to-day lifestyle? High School graduation changes?
  • Your opinions when you first heard of COVID-19. Did you ever expect it to come to Texas? Galveston County? Texas City? How did you feel about it?

It’s easy to contribute! If you have a Google account, just follow the link to https://bit.ly/2y3bzkU and fill out our online form. If you don’t have a Google account, send an email to TexasCityCOVID19@gmail.com and our Local History Librarian, Theresa Mayfield, will send you a submission form.

Remember, your stories will have a voice in Texas City history. We are LIVING HISTORY, right now. Future generations will look back and learn, through your contributions, what it was like to shelter in place, practice social distancing, and to find joy when surrounded with so much uncertainty.  Moore Memorial Public Library thanks you for being part of this historic project.

HIGHLIGHT OF THIS WEEK'S EVENTS

We are now open with limited services available. 

Hours of operation will be from 9 AM-12 PM and 1 PM-4 PM Monday-Friday.  This allows for a one hour disinfecting break.  We have some additional precautions in place to ensure your safety:

  • Texas City residents only allowed in the library
  • Please wear a mask or face covering
  • Practice social distancing of 6 ft or more at all times
  • We will have a maximum 40 patrons in the library at one time
  • Family groups can be no larger than 4 people
  • We are limiting patrons to 45 minutes
  • Computers and copier are now available with limited use restrictions.       **COMPUTERS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY**
    See additional restrictions here.
  • Call Reference Desk to reserve a computer at: 409-643-5977
  • Printing is available in person and by email at:
    mmpl-print-bw@printspots.com (black & white print) or
    mmpl-print-color@printspots.com (color print)
  • Furniture and seating will not be available at this time
  • Please use hand sanitizer throughout the library often as you browse

All these measures are put in place to provide the safest experience for patrons and staff possible.  Please call us at

(409) 643-5975 or email us at library@texascitytx.gov if you have any questions.

Get up-to-date details by visiting the library's FacebookInstagram, and Twitter pages.  

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