Mohr Library

Library Regular Hours

Monday through Thursday from 9 am to 8 pm

Friday 9 am to 6 pm

Saturdays from 9 am to 5 pm

The Library will be closed Sundays and to observe holidays Oct. 11, Nov. 11, Nov. 25-26.

Mohr Library offers curbside pickup and other services during all of our regular schedule. See holidays and in-library and curbside/remote access hours here.

Services

* Curbside delivery
* Help by phone, email or in person
* Printing from home or your device
* Use of our computers and copier
* Free Notary Public, by appointment during most Tuesday through Thursday evenings, 4:30 to 8 pm, Fridays, 3-6, and Saturdays 9 to 2.
* Storytime and other programs
* Children's materials
* Books for sale

COVID Restrictions

We are still asking that everyone self-screen for symptoms at the front door, where relevant signs are posted. Screening tool in English

Patrons are advised to continue to maintain physical distance. Masks are not required for children under 2 and those who are fully vaccinated. (We do not require the public to show proof of vaccination, but ask for voluntary cooperation with the state's policy.)

Log On to Your Library Account

You can use your library card to view your record and to request or renew materials. Sign in at https://catalog.oslri.net

Online Resources

Please see our Electronic Reading Listening and Viewing page, and also the Resources page for online learning tools. AskRi now includes new learning tools. Let us know if you'd like help.

Printing from Your Device

Mohr Library will accept print jobs from your device, from anywhere you can pick up the internet.

To print, upload to the Princh website or download the Princh app. You will need the codes for our printers: 102914 (public main level) and 102915 (basement). Please call or email for more information.

Please contact us

We welcome requests, questions and suggestions, and have a mailing list. Contact us

Mohr Library is a member of Ocean State Libraries, and your OSL library card, or the older CLAN card, works here and at other public libraries in Rhode Island. To get a card, you must live or own property in Rhode Island. Apply online or by coming in to an OSL library.