• December is Food For Fines Month at WPL



    During the month of December, the Walpole Public Library will accept non-perishable food donations to the Walpole Food Pantry instead of payment for library fines.
     
    Please Note:  Food for Fines does not forgive fees for lost books and missing pieces.
  • Upcoming Friends' Events

    • Monday, December 5 - 7:30 pm - David Slater, Executive Director of the Old Colony Library Network, Presents: "All About the Old Colony Library Network" - See Details
    • Saturday, December 10 - 1:00 pm - The  Senior Moments:  "Christmas Carols with our local chorus"
    • Monday, December 12 - 7 pm - Gary Hylander presents the Yuletide classic: "A Christmas Carol"
    • Saturday, January 14 - 1 pm - Arielle K. Harris: "Fairytales, Feminism and Falconry"
    • Monday, January 30 - 7:30 pm - Beth Knaus, ArtMatters: "Degas and Cassatt"
    • Tuesday, February 14 - 7 pm - Bob Jackson, author: "The First Ladies"

    Please visit the Friends page @ http://www.walpolelibraryfriends.org/
    for a complete listing of future programs, dates, times & details
  • Walpole Library Evening Book Group

    Next meeting is 11/17/16 @ 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 11/17/16 and the book topic is The Dream Lover by Elizabeth Berg.  Copies are available at the Circulation desk.  Please come in, grab a copy, get reading & join us!
  • Now Available!

     
    • Ancestry [Library Edition] : library use only product.  Please contact the WPL Reference Dept. for further information @ 508.660.7341
    • The Outlook : [Print Edition Only] 52 issues starting 08/12/2013
    • Value Line Investment Survey : [Print Edition Only] 52 issues starting 07/05/2013

    Made possible by a generous donation from the
    Walpole Public Library Endowment Trust
  • FREE Downloadable Audio Books and eBooks ! Available Anytime

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