The Moriches Satellite Branch is 7,000 square feet on one level with ample parking and an outdoor program space. It is built in the same architectural style of the existing 95-year-old Little Red Schoolhouse, which will be adjacent to the new library building.
Library trustees will be working with community leaders to restore the Little Red Schoolhouse (LRS). We are working with our architect to determine the full scope and cost of renovating the LRS. Once that is determined, the Library board and administration will work with community civic groups, elected officials, and non-profit organizations to seek private funding and government grants for the project.
Possible uses include leasing the space to a non-profit or community-based organization. It could also provide a space for events, programs, and community meetings.
The Moriches Satellite Branch was constructed adjacent to the LRS, with the possibility of connecting the entrances sometime in the future. The 7,000-square-foot branch’s appearance is architecturally consistent with that of the LRS and will serve as a valuable, permanent library facility easily accessible to residents living near this portion of our geographically broad service area.
Fields marked with an * are required