The Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Mastics-Moriches-Shirley Community Library that is scheduled for September 26, 2016 at 7:00 pm will begin at 6:00 pm with the Executive Session (closed to the public). The Board will reconvene at 7:00 pm for the regular meeting. Meetings are open to the public and community residents are always welcome to attend.
Own a Smartphone or other mobile device?
Check out the following apps and services designed to enhance your library experience.
Your Community Library on the go! Search our catalog, manage your account, register for programs, download eBooks from our digital library, perform mobile research, text your questions to a librarian and more!
To access the library's free mobile download, please visit mmscl.boopsie.com
using your phone's Internet browser.
users can also obtain the application through the Apple App Store
users can also obtain the application through Android Market.
Search for "mmscl" to locate and download the free application.
CardStar allows you to store your library card’s barcode on
your mobile device for easy access on the go!
iPhone, iPod and iPad users can now search EBSCOhost research databases and access full text articles. To use the EBSCOhost app, log into EBSCOhost here.
Then click the link at the bottom of any EBSCOhost page to email yourself the key to the app.
Download music from Sony Music Entertainment's catalog of artists with your library card! Own legal copies once you download them to your phone or mobile device.
Learn languages everywhere you go with our free app for the iPhone® and iPod touch® (it also runs on the iPad®). *You must first log in and create a Mango
This software allows access to the library’s collection of eBooks and audiobooks available for loan on your mobile device.
QR Code Reader:
The library employs QR Codes within the building, as well as on its print materials & website. To get the required
software for your mobile device, check out Kaywa
Mastics-Moriches-Shirley residents can now ask questions and get information from their community library by text message.
For patrons who are unable to ask a librarian in person or online, or those who simply prefer texting over talking, the Text a
Librarian service provides a convenient option for getting info on your mobile phone from the helpful staff at the library.
The service does not display phone numbers and generates an anonymous ID for each patron.
Using the service is easy. Compose a new text message to 66746, type in the keyword MMSCL and ask your question.
*(standard text message rates with your mobile phone company apply).