Has the coronavirus had you cooking more? Have you or your family come up with a new favorite dish? The Mount Gilead Public Library is spearheading the collection of family favorite recipes to be compiled into a community cookbook.
Get your kids crafting this January with Take-And-Make Craft Kits & STEM Project.
Ebooks, audiobooks, and magazines all in one place! Streamline your collection of ebooks & audiobooks from OverDrive - now including magazines supplied by ZINIO!
Join MGPL Staff as we Countdown to Christmas with our favorite winter stories.
New at the library: one-on-one virtual tutoring service! Need homework help? Having trouble understanding when doing virtual learning? Now the Mount Gilead Public Library is providing free one-on-one tutoring via Google Meet.
It’s holiday craft time! Starting on Monday, Nov.30th we will kick off our Holiday Take & Make Crafts. A new kit will be available every TWO weeks for adults/young adults and every week for kids.
Since it seems we may need to be curbside longer that we wish, the staff at the Mount Gilead Public Library has come up with a plan to serve YOU in two convenient ways.
Join the Mount Gilead Public Library as you attempt to prep your spaceship for departure! But beware as one crewmate will be an imposter bent on eliminating everyone!
Local crafters can come together EVERY TUESDAY for an hour of crafting and conversation.
“This is an exciting time for the library,” announced Melissa Kipp, Library Director. “With the support of the voters in Mt. Gilead, we can now not only continue our excellence in service, but also deliver new, more and better things.”
Basic tax forms are now available at the library. Tax forms are located in the lobby on the 2nd floor. Forms may be picked at the drive-up window by calling before you come and requesting the forms you need. All blank tax forms are available free of charge
The Mount Gilead Public Library drive-up window (only) is now a distribution site for at-home COVID-19 test kits. “You drive up, ask for a kit and give some basic information and drive away,” said library director Melissa Kipp. "The process is easy and quick - and free.” No test kits will be handed out inside of the building.