The McDonough Branch of the Oxford Memorial Library is housed in the Calvary Community Center, just a short hop from the McDonough 4 corners. This beautiful old building is formerly the Calvary Episcopal Church, and is on the National Historic Register. Retaining the stained glass windows and patina-ed old pews, the building is inviting and welcoming, serving as a meeting place for the community.
The McDonough Branch is open on Tuesdays from 10 am to noon; Thursdays from 4 to 6 pm; and Saturday from 9 am to noon. They can be reached at 607-647-5198. They are a full service library, with public access computers, and with a library card you wil have full access to the Four County Library services.
There will be 2 events at the McDonough Library and Community Center on March 23. From 10 am to noon, stop and buy some home made baked goods at the Bake Sale, and know that all monies go to support programs there. From 7 to 9 pm, join in the Variety Show. Do you have a song that you can sing? Or a story to tell? Or even a dance? Come on out and strut your stuff! Need a sound system? Not to worry – one will be available to use this evening.