Join us Wednesday or Thursday for stories about pumpkins, spiders, and seasonal fun!
Lap-Sit storytime is for children two and under with a caregiver and is held at 9:30 both days.
Preschool storytime is for kids ages 3 – 5 and is held at 10:30 both days. See you then!
Join us Thursday, Oct. 16 at 5:30 to hear Robert J. Laplander talk about his book The True Story of the Wooden Horse. Hear all about the most ingenious POW escape of WWII. There will also be a special screening of the 1950 movie based on the event. Call today to reserve your seat or register online on the programming page of our website at www.waterford.lib.wi.us
Absolutely Waterford’s River’s Edge Art Walk, now in its third year, will again transform the streets of the downtown heritage district into an impressive fine arts walk from 5 to 9 p.m. featuring the work of more nearly 30 professional artists showing and selling their works throughout local businesses and community buildings.
REAW attendees can expect to view a wide range of fine art, including ceramics, woodcraft, water and oil paintings, photography, jewelry, pottery, fabric and more. In addition to a variety of area artists, the family-friendly fall event features live performances by talented musicians, trolley rides throughout the downtown, and a sampling of the best food and shopping Waterford offers.
As with previous years, art students from Waterford Union High School will get a taste of what it’s like to exhibit and sell their art work during the Art Walk.
New this year, trolley passengers will get to learn a bit of downtown history, with a narrative provided by Absolutely Waterford officials who have been busy researching the village’s earlier years.
Celebrate the Ghostbuster’s Movie 30th anniversary with The Milwaukee Ghostbusters! They will visit the library this Thursday from 6:00 – 7:30 with movie memorabilia, a craft, and a snack. Don’t forget your camera!
Loose Ends community quilters will be displaying their quilts at the Art Walk next Friday, October 10 at the Waterford Public Library from 5 – 9pm. Founded in 2012, Loose Ends meets every Tuesday at the library, where they work together on projects and chatter about life. The group quilts for a cause, stitching up patriotic quilts for veterans and walker bags for residents at assisted-living facilities.
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