Join us Monday morning at 9:30 for a Block Party courtesy of University of Wisconsin-Extension. No registration required.
Thursday, May 16, 6:00 p.m.Come down to see this must see newly released films! Enjoy a dog’s heartwarming journey to make it back home to her family.
Join Ms. Tricia and Ms. Julie as they Zoom to the Moon with these stories! Learn what the summer reading program is all about. No registration required. Wednesday, May 15 at 10:00am.
Join us for a discussion of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man by James Joyce on Wednesday, May 15 at 5:30pm.
Join Miss Amy from Munchkins in Motion for a fun dance party! Monday, May 13 at 9:30.
Sign up to participate in this Star Wars special edition trivia night! Thursday, May 9 at 6:00pm. Sign up individually or with a team.
Teens ages 12 and up are invited to join us from 3 – 4pm on Wednesday, May 8 for National Have a Coke Day. Teens must have a valid library card to participate.
Absolutely Waterford’s third annual Preserving Our Past event Featuring: “The Birth of Commerce on Our River” an an Old-Fashioned Ice Cream Social is May 7, 2019 at 5:00pm. Each guest will receive an item representative of each mill as they circle around to get their ice cream. When Waterford was surveyed, there were five sites designated as mill sites on the Fox River. In the 1800’s, mills required water power to produce lumber, flour, wheat and textiles. These sites will be honored as follows: Mill site #1: Commercial/retail operation including a blacksmith. (No mill actually operated on mill site 1) Mill site #2: Businesses included part of a woolen mill, a wagon and buggy shop, grocery store, doctor’s office, meat processing store, rendering facility, ice house, school bus facility, and the first library. Mill site #3: Businesses included woolen mill factory, paper making factory, dairy processing facility, wagon manufacture, buggy repair and painting, and auto storage Mill site #4: Mill site 4 was Waterford Mill Co which was a gristmill constructed in 1838 to process flour and wheat. Mill site #5: Mill site 5 was a lumber/saw mill originally constructed in 1837.
Celebrating Lives and Providing Soulutions
Monday, May 6, 6:30 pm
Attorney Jessica Sippel and Funeral Director Cindi Schweitzer from Integrity Funeral Home will be giving a talk about end of life preperation and making sure you and your families wishes are followed.
Monday, May 6 at 9:30 am
The Waterford Library, Imagination Library, and Racine County United Way have collaborated to create this special event which includes stories, crafts, and more. Each child in attendance will receive a free book! No registration required.