• September is Food for Fines Month

     
    During the month of September, the Walpole Public Library will accept non-perishable food donations to the Walpole Food Pantry instead of payment for library fines.
     
    Food for fines does not forgive fees for lost books and missing pieces.
     
  • Check It Out!

    What's new at the Walpole Public Library

    New Library Hours begin September 3rd
    Starting Tuesday, September 3rd, the Walpole Public Library will open at 9:30 am Monday through Saturday.

    Peabody Essex Museum passes
    The Walpole Public Library has recently added discount museum passes for the Peabody Essex Museum to its collection.  Click here for more information and to reserve a pass.

    Automatic Renewals
    Login to your account at www.ocln,org and open the Preferences tab under Personal Information and check the box next to "Automatically renew eligible items I have checked out".  Please update or add your e-mail address to recieve notices.

    Items will renew automatically, 3 days before the due date
    .  You will recieve an email to notify you of successful renewals.  You will also receive an email for items that were not renewed.

    meeScan
    meeScan is a self-checkout app that lets you check out library items using your personal smartphone or tablet anywhere in the library. 

    Digital New York Times.
    Follow the link and create an account to enjoy 72 hours of continuous access of the digital version of the New York Times.  

     
  • Friends of the Walpole Public Library

    Upcoming Programs and Events



     
    These programs are made possible by the generous
    support of the Friends of the Walpole Public Library
  • Walpole Public Library Evening Book Group

    Next meeting is August 22nd @ 7:00 pm in the Pinnacle Room [2nd floor]

     
    The Walpole Public Library Evening Book Group meets every 6 weeks on Thursday evenings at 7:00 pm for 90 minutes.  Discussion includes the current selection and books in general.

    Join us on Thursday, October 3rd, as the group discusses Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng.  Copies of the book are available at the main Circulation desk.  Call 508-660-7340 for any questions or for more information.