Readers always Welcome!  

Volunteers Always Welcome!    


to our own SUE KOLM

for having 2 new books in print

A Perilous Summerand

A Country Sanctuary

Both available at the library.

 If MSAD 17 or MSAD 61 close due to weather, then the library will also be closed. 

Mystery Book Club, 2nd Wed. - 4pm
Book Discussion, 4th Wed. - 10am

Monday 2-6pm  *  Wed. 3-8pm  *  Friday 9am-noon ​ *  Sat. 10am-2pm 

​​​For more information ​​click on 

Upcoming Events throughout the year 



For other local events visit the Town of Waterford​

web page:

Weekly events:

Monday- Knitting, 2-4pm

Friday- Coffee Cafe, 9-noon

663 Waterford Road  Waterford, ME 04088


Dec. 15th  - WATERFORD CHRISTMAS -  All Welcome!

4pm Concert at the Congregational Church, 4:45 Carols on the Common,

5pm Music, Refreshments, and a visit from Santa at the Library

Librarian Nancy Eaton with the Waterford/Harrison 5th Graders.                               Presenting the Big Check to their Principal and teachers.

Photos courtesy of Emily Baker and Rob Ripley.

Monthly events:  

The most recent project of the Coffee Cafe' was to help fund Waterford/Harrison 5th Grade students attend the Lakeside Classroom at the Bryant Pond 4-H Camp and Learning Center this fall with a donation of $500. The program offers a "unique blend of inspired fun, practical outdoor skills, hands-on experimental science, and team building / leadership skills which help form the foundations for a lifelong appreciation of the outdoors." The curriculum focuses on five essential steps toward personal growth and an ethic of stewardship: Team Building, Outdoor Education, Sensory Development, Environmental Conservation and Sustainability, Self-Reliance and Service Learning.
The Waterford Library Association is delighted to support such a valuable endeavor and invest in further educating these children. We wish to thank everyone who comes to the weekly Friday Coffee Cafe and helps to make such gifts possible.

New Series - ALL ABOUT BOOKS - Dec. 1st 11am-1pm.

Meet with new authors Robert Spencer and Sue Kolm as they discuss their first year in print.