• Library Summer Schedule Now in Effect:

    Monday - Thursday 10AM - 9PM

    Friday 10AM - 5PM

    Saturday & Sunday - CLOSED
  • SUMMER READING PROGRAM 2017

    Select your Age group to get started:
    Birth to Age 7 /   Ages 7 to 13   /   Teen [ 13 to 18 ]
  • Boston Harbor Islands Ferry Pass Program

    Please note that the system for reserving passes has changed. There are no longer passes that patrons can reserve and pick up

    ALL RESERVATIONS MUST BE MADE ONLINE AT: http://www.bostonharborcruises.com/harbor-islands/

    Use PROMO CODE ZBPL17HI62 for the library discount. NO LIBRARY PASS IS NEEDEDClick Here For Instructions

    Each pass provides a 2 for 1 discount for up to 4 people on ferry tickets from Long Wharf or Pemberton Point to Grape, Bumpkin, Lovells, Georges, Peddocks, or Spectacle Islands only. Based on availability.  Reservations required.

    Valid WEEKDAYS ONLY from May 9 – September 7, 2017  / NOT VALID FOR WEEKENDS & HOLIDAYS  / Also excluding Free Ferry Days: July 3rd, August 25th, Labor Day, and Columbus Day  [check web site or call]. 617-227-4321

  • Upcoming Friends' Events

     
    • Thursday, August 3 - 7 pm - Professor Gary Hylander: The Federalist Papers See Details
    • Monday, August 7 - 7:30 pm - Beth Knaus, ArtMatters:  American Art IIISee Details
    Please visit the Friends page @ http://www.walpolelibraryfriends.org/
    for a complete listing of future programs, dates, times & details

     
  • Free Fun Fridays June - August 2017

    2017 marks the ninth year that the Highland Street Foundation has sponsored Free Fun Fridays which, provides free admission to cultural institutions across the Commonwealth on 10 consecutive Fridays during the summer months. Since its founding, Free Fun Fridays has provided no cost admission to more than one million children and adults while promoting Massachusetts’ diverse cultural offerings.

    The Highland Street Foundation is proud to announce that this year their list of partners has grown to include 85 nonprofits— from arts organizations to zoos —that serve residents and visitors in every corner of the state.

  • Walpole Library Evening Book Group

    Next meeting is 7/27/2017 @ 7pm in the Pinnacle Room [2nd floor]


    The WLEBG meets every 6 weeks on Thursday evenings at 7pm for 90 minutes.  Discussion includes the current selection and books in general.

    The next meeting is Thursday, Jly 27, and the book topic is The Book that Matters Most by Ann Hood.  Copies are available at the Circulation desk.  Please come in, grab a copy, get reading & join us!
     



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