Space Place Partnership
Watertown Library is pleased to announce it's community partnership with NASA's Space Place.
Over 350 museums, planetariums and libraries participate in NASA's Space Place community partner program. Watertown Library patrons can visit monthly displays in the library to keep abreast of NASA's exploration efforts along with a bi-monthly newsletter created exclusively for Community Partners.
Visit the Book Nook - the library book store
The BOOK NOOK sells a wide assortment of HARDCOVERS and PAPERBACKS, both fiction and non-fiction, all BELOW RETAIL PRICES!
Run and organized by the FRIENDS of the WLA - proceeds benefit the Watertown Library Association.
Summer Reading Club 2017 kicks off on July 10, 2017 and runs through August 11, 2017 at the Watertown Library (map). This year's theme, BUILD A BETTER WORLD, is part of the Cooperative Library Summer Reading Program for 2017.
Starting on Monday, June 26, 2017 - Reading logs will be available online this year through Wandoo Reader, an interactive program to log summer reading. Sign up to keep track of your reading and enjoy some challenges.
There is going to be quite a hullabaloo at the Watertown Library this summer - Come join in the fun!!!
Wednesday programs sponsored by the Friends of the Watertown Library Association.
Please Note: Some programs for the Summer Reading Club 2017 may require registration please see schedule.
The Watertown Library Association will be closed on Tuseday, July 4, 2017 for Independence Day
Celebrate The 4th of July Holiday with parades, fireworks, food and more...
Have a safe and happy Fourth of July !!!
Come and Build A Better Forest Community on Thursday, July 6, 2017 from 10:30am to 11:30am at the Oakville Branch Library (map).
In conjunction with the 2017 library theme of Build a Better World - White Memorial Conservation Center is offering a live animal program that discusses the interconnectedness of all life in a forest community.
Children will understand this connection firsthand as they literally construct a community of forest creatures.
In addition, they will get to meet several forest residents up close to learn how each species is so important to the community they inhabit.
For more information contact the Oakville Branch Library (860) 945-5368.
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Children will learn some Scottish words and will join in on the soothing refrain spoken by the grandmother in the book. The story will be followed by a children's craft and book signing.
The book will be offered at a discount to those in attendance.
This is Donna's sixteenth children's book. She is a long-time Watertown resident.
This event is part of the Watertown Library Summer Reading Club 2017.
Mystery Book Club - Fall 2017 / Spring 2018 - Watertown Library (map) - WEDNESDAYS at 7pm
FRIENDS TUESDAY BOOK CLUB 2017 - 2018 - Watertown Library (map) - TUESDAYS at 2PM (Hosted by Robin Osborn)
*copies available / (*)some copies available
The Watertown Library is pleased to announce an ongoing program that is free and open to the public.
Information Sessions will be held every Friday between 1pm & 3pm at the main library.
If you know you want to attend:
please call the library at: 860-945-5360 or send an EMAIL to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Adults come join us for PUZZLEMANIA
Tuesdays, 10:00am at the Oakville Branch Library (55 Davis Street, Oakville).
Get together and build jigsaw puzzles. Refreshments and puzzles provided.
Bring a friend or two for some good old fashioned fun!.
Need more more information? Contact the library at (860) 945-5368.