This small library caught my eye six or seven years ago. It was the town name that attracted me first; I wanted to think it had something to do with cows, but no such luck; it's actually named for General Benjamin Mooers from the 1812 era. I visited then, but had not been back since. The outside is the same (I think), but the inside is totally changed from what I remember.
I like the sign outside, "Please contact librarian before donating books." I often see variations of this sign, and they always reminds me of the day I had to stack about 50 books, mostly inappropriate and mildewy, onto the bookdrop cart where I work. It's a laudable impulse, but ... well, you know.
There is a media corner with chairs and a large TV. The book collection is limited, but the library is part of a consortium and inter-library loans are readily available. No overdue fines are charged, but there is a container for donations, and I understand that this may bring in more money than fines would. I saw another library recently with this policy; their collection container was labeled "The Conscience Jar."
The children's area is in the lower level. There is a YA section with beanbag chairs and some seating and tables for younger children. Again, the collections are limited but ILL is well used.
And I mustn't forget to mention a large mural of cats high on one wall. I'm an ailurophile, and the painting is well done.
For more information, go to http://www.cefls.org/mooers.htm.