Shuter Library COVID -19 Update
The library is closed to the public.
We are tentatively scheduled to re-open on Saturday, April 11.
All programs are cancelled until further notice.
Staff is available for phone calls, emails, and Facebook messages
Tuesday - Friday from 10 am - 5 pm.
Please do not return any items to the library during this time.
All items will be renewed until the library re-opens.
We're doing everything we can to keep our patrons and our community safe.
We're following all recommendations from the CDC and the authorities,
so details may change. Click on CDC for updates about COVID-19.
Go to the RESOURCES Page for additional information about the virus.
While your family is staying at home, we invite you to check out the following resources
to occupy you and your children.
1. Click HERE for Story Line Online, a free video resource that features the world's best storytellers reading books aloud. Each video includes an activity guide with lessons for K-5 students to do at home.
2. Scholastic has curated a free digital learning hub called Scholastic Learn At Home. This site is divided into opportunities for Pre-K through K, Grades 1-2, Grades 3-5, and Grades 6-9 that cover ELA, STEM, Social Studies, and Social-Emotional Learning. Click on SCHOLASTIC.
3. Through the Kennedy Center Education's Artist-In-Residence program, Mo Willems invites you to his studio every day for the next few weeks at 1:00 pm EDT (11:00 am in New Mexico) for LUNCH DOODLES. Grab your paper, pencils, crayons, and/or markers and join Mo to explore writing and making art together. New episodes will be post each day and then remain online for streaming. Just click on DOODLES.
4. The Children’s Book Council & Every Child A Reader is sharing 23 original coloring pages from favorite authors and illustrators. Inspired by the theme "Read. Dream. Share," these pages are for kids and adults of all ages to enjoy during your time at home. Click on COLORING.
5. To protect the public and tax prep volunteers from COVID-19, many VITAs and AARP Tax-Aide sites had to close their in-person tax preparation sites. We encourage you to use #FreeFile to file for free online. Check out all of the IRS-sponsored online free tax preparation programs and see if you qualify at www.irs.gov/freefile
Please contact us with any questions--575.377.6755 or
Audience: All Ages
Mango Languages' conversation and film-based digital resources help you learn more than 60 languages (including English!) from just about anywhere. And the best part? It's free through your library. Click Here for more information on Mango.
Audience: All Ages
Your library card gives you access to thousands of downloadable eBooks and audiobooks with New Mexico Library To Go. Contact Shuter Library to confirm your username and password.
Participate In the 2020 Census
Shuter Library will host two important discussions about the upcoming census. The 2020 Census will help determine New Mexico's representation in Congress and the ways funds may be spent for schools, hospitals, roads, and more. This is a great opportunity to help ensure everyone in our community has a voice.
Join us at the library:
Saturday, March 7 - 1:00 pm
Become A Census Taker
Meet a local census organizer to learn how to apply for a census job, the requirements and schedules for this position, and the pay and benefits offered to census takers.
Wednesday, April 1 - 1:00 pm
Ask and Get Answers
Information will be available from an authorized census organizer who can answer such questions as:
What can I expect when a Census Taker contacts me?
What types of questions will be asked?
Can I answer census questions online?
Sci Fi: Stories of the Universe
Mardi Gras 2020 - Benefiting Shuter Library of Angel Fire
--to all who made Mardi Gras 2020
a huge success and a wonderful evening!
Shuter Library will close for Spring Break
April 20 through May 2
Regular library hours resume on Tuesday, May 5.
July 4 & 5, 2020
Angel Fire Community Center
How to get and use the FamilyPass
Passes are available at Shuter Library.
The FamilyPass will circulate to library cardholders in good standing with the library.
Each pass will admit up to six people.
Passes may be used by community groups such as senior centers, after- school clubs, summer camps, arts councils, and more!
Click HERE for more information.
Shuter Library of Angel Fire is a public library that is fully funded by donations, grants, and fundraisers.
Our goal: to provide free access to information to the people of the Moreno Valley. This is only possible through the generous support of local businesses, residents, and grants.
Click HERE to find out how you can help Shuter Library of Angel Fire provide consistent service and keep our collection up to date and relevant.