Let's Talk About It! 

This series is sponsored by the Maine Humanities Council and hosted by Waterford Library. The series will be moderated by Libby Bischof, Ph.D.. All materials will be provided. We have a limited number of books, please try to call ahead and reserve your copy. 

The Civil War: Biographies
An in-depth, personal view of life during the Civil War era.

1/23/16, 1pm My Bondage and My Freedom by Frederick Douglass
2/13/16, 1pm With Malice Toward None: The Life of Abraham Lincoln by Stephen Oates
3/12/16, 1pm Collected Black Women’s Narratives ed. Anthony G. Barthelemy
4/16/16, 1 pm Judah P. Benjamin: The Jewish Confederate by Eli Evans
 5/7/16, 1 pm Portraits of American Women ed G.J. Barker-Benfield and Catherine Clinton

On each above date we will meet and receive the new book. We will meet every 4 weeks to discuss the last book and receive a new one. 

Waterford Library

663 Waterford Rd.

P.O. Box 176

Waterford, Maine 04088

207-583-2050

wla@waterford.lib.me.us


Hours

Monday 2-6pm

Wednesday 3-8pm

Friday 10am-12pm

Saturday 10am-2pm

If school system SAD 17 or 61 is closed for a snow day, the library will also be closed.








This week's events:

Weekly Events:

Waterford Library

2075832050

663 Waterford Road, Waterford, ME 04088, USA

Adult Coloring, Wednesday,  4/27, 7pm

​For more information on any of these programs, please see our Programs and Events page.

Waterford Library © 2013

 Minecraft, Wednesday, 4/27, 6pm

Monthly Events:

Book to Movie Night, Into the Wild, Thurs., 4/28, 6pm, snacks, dinner, drinks encouraged.