Tues. Dec. 3: Climate Conversations Session 3: Stories from the Frontlines -
6:30pm Wilkins House We will engage farmers, environmentalists, fishermen and others who have seen and experienced the impact of climate change in a panel discussion on their challenges, and from their experiences, identify things that each of us can do to address the realities of climate change
Sat. Dec. 7 ALL ABOUT BOOKS -Meet the Authors -11am
Beth Bussiere Come Home a New Way: Stories of Stuartville and
Irene M. Drago Daughters of Long Reach
Saturday Dec. 7 - WATERFORD COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS
4pm Concert at the Waterford Congregational Church
4:30pm Carols on the Town Common
5: pm All gather at the Library for live music by the Backroom Brass, delicious food and beverages, dramatic storytelling, and a special Visit from Santa.
All children with be receiving new books. POTLUCK REFRESHMENTS APPRECIATED
Tues. Jan. 7: Climate Conversations Session 4:- 6:30pm Wilkins House
Monday Knitting Circle -
weekly 2 pm -4 pm
Friday Coffee Cafe' -
weekly 9 am -noon
Mystery Book Club -
2nd Wed. at 4 pm
Book Club -
4th Wednesdays at 10 am
varies -check monthly schedule
ALL ABOUT BOOKS: Meet the Author.
BROWN BAG CHATS: Gardening topics.
ANNUAL FRASER GARDEN LECTURE
2019 SPECIAL EVENTS
Waterford Community Easter Egg Hunt - Apr. 20 at 3pm SHARP
Keoka ICE OUT 50/50 Fund-Raiser
Ticket Guesses $1. each or 6 for $5. Entries accepted through April 15.
Congratulations to Ted Nixon for winning guess of April 30th
Waterford Library Association- ANNUAL MEETING May 30, 2019 -7 pm
Annual 4th of July Book Sale - July 4th - 8am -Noon
Annual Family "Fun'd" Raiser - Sept. 21st 3-6pm
Waterford Community Trunk or Treat - Oct. 31 - 5pm
Waterford Community Christmas - Sat. Dec. 7th 4-7pm
Concert - Congregational Church, 4:45 Carols - on the Town Common,
5 pm Live Music, Refreshments, and a visit from Santa at the Library.
SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE
Whether you come to pick up a good book, attend a book club or discussion group, participate in the weekly knitting circle or Friday coffee cafe , enjoy family fun at a community events, kindly donate or volunteer, there is always something interesting happening here at the Waterford Library. Thank you.
This is YOUR Library. We welcome book or program suggestions. Your input and ideas are important to us. It is Your continued support and enthusiasm that make the Waterford Library such a special place.
Sat. Nov. 3rd - 11am-1pm - All About Books - with Polly Bennell
Thurs. Nov. 8th - 7 pm -Waterford Historical Society at the Library
How We got Here/ Family Genealogy.
Share your story about how your family first came to Waterford. Discover what we may have in common, why we call this town Home.
Tues.Nov. 12: Climate Conversations Session 2: Spiritual & Ethical Perspectives - 6:30pm Wilkins House Led by Rev. Doretta Colburn, Explore what our traditions, values, and faith tell us about our role as human in the care and nature of Earth, and how to take critical actions.
HALLOWEEN TRUNK or TREAT will be held at the Wilkins House.
Tues. Oct. 1 - 10am - Paris Library - World in Your Library -Elizabeth deWolfe "The Great Turn-Out: Factory Girls /Maine's 1st Labor Strike"
Sat. Oct. 5th - 11am - All About Books - One Year Later
Guest Authors Sue Kolm and Robert Spencer
Tuesday, Oct. 8 - 7pm. Climate Conversations Session 1: A World View Wilkins House Led by Church member and Virginia Tech environment professor Dr. Tom Hammett. The state of climate change on the Earth’s population, and Maine.
Thurs. Oct. 10th 6pm Wilkins House - Waterford Historical Society
Waterford Musicians - learn about our many talented local musicians.
Sun. Oct. 13th - Waterford Common
20th Annual Waterford Fall Foliage 5K Road Race / 1 Mile Fun Run
Proceeds Benefit the Tony Waldeier Scholarship Fund.
Waterford/Harrison PTO Chili Cook-off
Oct. 31st - ANNUAL HALLOWEEN TRUNK or TREAT
Trunks Set up between 4pm and 4:45pm.
Children arrive 5-6pm. snacks and beverages provided.
Sat. Sept. 7 - 9:30 am YOGA with Erin in the Library Backyard
Sat. Sept. 7 - 11am - 1pm - All About Books - Meet Authors Jane Sloven and Charlene D'Avanzo.
Thurs. Sept. 12th 7pm - Wilkins House -Waterford Historical
Apple Orchards of Waterford with Peter Morse.
Sat. Sept. 21st - 3-6pm - Library Backyard
Annual Family Fun Fest featuring Milltown Roadshow, local Craft Beer from Fluvial Brewery, yummy BBQ, and more. Pot Luck.
WORLD IN YOUR LIBRARY SPECIAL Lecture SERIES
in conjunction with the Paris and West Paris Libraries
Tues. Aug. 13th 11am - Waterford Candace Kanes -
Anti-Slavery, Woman's Rights, Race, & Gender
Tues. Sept. 17 - 10:30am - West Paris Library
Anne Gass - America's First Cross-country Automobile Trip for a Cause.
Tues. Oct. 8 - 10am - Paris Library
Elizabeth deWolfe on Factory Girls Maine's 1st Labor Strike
Funded by Maine Humanities Council / Margaret Chase Smith Foundation.
April 17th 2019- 6:30 pm
CELEBRATE THE VALUE OF BUYING LOCAL - Meet some local Farmers:
Beech Hill Farm & Bison * Baker Hill Bees
Thunder Hill Farm * High View Farm * Penny Bryn Farm
Short video presentation with food samples provided.
WED. JUNE 12th 6:30 pm
Community Program - All About Waterford World's Fair
Aug. 14th - 6:30pm -Waterford Library
Community Program - The Waterford Fall Foliage Road Race
BROWN BAG GARDENING CHAT #4 - Sat. June 23, 2018 Noon -2pm
Join ZiZi Vlaun from Window Dressers to learn about a program that teaches volunteers how to lower heating costs, and reduce CO2 emissions by producing insulated windows inserts for their neighbors. www.windowdressers.org
BROWN BAG GARDENING CHAT #3 - Sat. May 5, Noon-2pm
Join Fred Garbo and Shawn Kane of Garbo-Kane Solar for an educational workshop about solar electricity, electric vehicle charging stations, and battery storage plus best ways to harvest electricity, use technology to save money, become more energy efficient, and have less environmental impact.
BROWN BAG GARDENING CHAT #2 - Sat. April 14, 2018 Noon -2pm
Learn about the Harrison Food Bank, Sweden Food Pantry, and
Waterford Library Community Garden.
ALL ABOUT BOOKS is a new series where guest Maine authors discuss their books and individual creative processes
ANNUAL 2019 KEOKA ICE OUT
Ticket Guesses $1. each or 6 for $5.
Entries accepted through April 15.
Congratulations to Ted Nixon
for winning guess of April 30th
COMMUNITY Easter Egg HUNT
Saturday April 20 - 3pm SHARP
Children 6 and under hunt inside
Children over 6 hunt outside
Boots and raincoats recommended
ANNUAL 4th of JULY
BOOK SALE EXTRAVAGANZA
July 4, 2018 8 am - Noon
Join us for this annual extravaganza. All types of Books arrive throughout the year and donations are always welcome. Come support your local library and thank you so much for your continued support!
WATERFORD LIBRARY FAMILY FEST
A "FUN"D raising event.
Saturday September 21st - 3-6 pm
Bring the family for an afternoon of GREAT dancing, games, food and drink on the library lawn with music by Milltown Roadshow.
Suggested donation $10. Kids under 10-FREE.
FRASER ANNUAL GARDEN LECTURE
The Sheena Fraser Garden Lectures are supported by an endowment created by family and friends after her untimely death. A native of England, Fraser loved plants and had her own formal garden across the street. Books on gardening and related topics are added to the Fraser Gardening Collection in her memory. The library now has over 150 books on historic gardens and landscaping, vegetables, organics, perennials, annuals, wild flowers, and practical advice for both master and beginner gardeners.
WED. JULY 24th 2019 6:30 pm
Deborah Perkins of First Light Wildlife Habitat on LANDSCAPING FOR WILDLIFE. This engaging presentation is about how to cultivate wildlife diversity in gardens, back yards, woods, or fields by building native plants communities as pollinator habitats for birds, bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. www.firstlighthabitats.com
THURS. July 26, 2018 - 7 pm
What's the Big Idea? Robert Spencer, retied landscape designer and Waterford Library Trustee, builds upon concepts in Julie Messervey's best selling book "The Inward Garden" explaining the importance of improving your own property or even our own Waterford Library lot.