If MSAD 17 or MSAD 61 are closed due to weather conditions, the library will
also be closed.
Waterford Library 2017 Ice-Out 50/50 Contest!
Tickets are available to purchase at the library and proceeds will be split with the winner and the library. Tickets are $1 per ticket or $5 for six tickets. Joan Fillebrown is the official Ice-Out judge.
Mondays, Knitting, 2pm
Fridays, Coffee Cafe, 9am
-Mystery Book Club, second Wednesday of month, 4pm
- Documentary and Discussion, third Friday of the month, 6pm
-Book Discussion, fourth Wednesday of month, 10am
Library Hours: Monday 2-6pm, Wednesday 3-8, Friday 9am-noon, Saturday 10am-noon
Meet the Author, Saturday, April 8th, 10 am. Bridgton author, Walt Bannon will read from his book The White Pocketbook. In this book, the author interviews his mother, one of the few remaining World War II survivors still able to recall the events of the Nazi invasion of 1939. The author will have historical pieces and photographs and will have books to sign and sell.
Movie Night, Wednesday, April 12th, 7 pm. Irving Berlin's Easter Parade. This is a free family event. Prize for the best Easter Hat!
Snacks and beverages are encouraged, popcorn will be provided.
Annual Waterford Library Easter Egg Hunt, Saturday, April 15th, 3 pm. Please bring a basket, bucket or bag.
First Annual WLA Gardening Series!
April 8th, 1-3pm, 1st floor of the Waterford Library
-How to Make Your Own Seed Tapes:Use the seeds and materials provided or bring your own seeds.
-Learn about the Library’s Community Gardening Program to raise veggies for the Sweden Food Pantry which services Waterford residents. Sign up to volunteer for this community-wide effort.
April 22:1-3pm behind the Waterford Library(indoors if the weather is poor).
-Learn how to plan a garden for high volume production in a small space.
-Volunteers will make a planting plan for the garden.
-Help install our new drip irrigation system.-Help set up a community food distribution center in the shed.