Check out the Friends of the Wolfeboro Library’s Book Sale and Basket Raffle and get a jump on holiday shopping. Plenty of new and gently used books, including recent hardcover and paperback best sellers, have been gathered, “quarantined” and will be available for sale during this month. In addition, five raffle baskets will be on display […]
“This is Happiness” by Irish author Niall Williams will be the subject of our next book discussion. We’ll meet on Tuesday, November 17 at 1pm in our Helen Bradley Meeting Room. Set in rural Ireland, “This is Happiness” is a gentle, profound, and enchanting novel about the loves of our lives and the joys of […]
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On Tuesday, Oct. 27th at 3 p.m. we’ll host a discussion of An American Marriage by Tayari Jones in our Bradley Meeting Room. Helen Gallagher and Lynne Clough will facilitate. An American Marriage is a compelling love story that is also a clear-eyed look at the effects of injustice in contemporary American life. The novel […]
Barbara Widmer, our Children’s Librarian since 1998, has announced her retirement. She’s delighted hundreds of children with Tuesday story times, sung and played with Toddlers on Thursdays, created countless summer reading programs, and kept the Children’s Room stocked with wonderful treasures. Please stop by before the end of October to wish Barbara the best.
Stop in and check out our new display of local book club favorites; you’re guaranteed to find something interesting. And let us know what titles your book club has loved, too. PS – We’ll be resuming our library book discussions again soon. Stay tuned.
The Lakes Region Genealogy Interest Group will present “Cemetery Headstone & Monument Designs & Symbols” on Thursday, August 27 at 6:30 pm. This will be an online Zoom meeting. Participants will view photos and hear the stories of individuals who have been researching monuments and gravestones. See what can be uncovered from this kind of research. […]
We will be closed Monday, August 17 and Tuesday, August 18 for driveway and parking lot paving. Due to the nature of the work, we are unable to welcome you into the building. The book drop will also be closed. However, some staff will be on hand to answer your calls and emails. We’ll be […]
Starting Monday, our two small meeting rooms will be available to use by reservation. These spaces are perfect for quiet work or study, Facetime or Zoom sessions and small meetings. Due to Covid-19 concerns, we are limiting the usage to four people for a maximum of two hours.
Join us for an online discussion of “Waking up White: and Finding Myself in the Story of Race” by Debby Irving on Wednesday, August 19 at 7 pm. The author will join in for a live Q & A. A limited number of books are available to borrow from the library. As an alternative, the […]