Group meets 2nd Wed. each month at 4pm
​Sept.11: The President is Missing, Clinton and Patterson
​Oct.9: Inspector Huss Series, Helen Tursten
Nov. 14: In a Dark, Dark Wood, Ruth Ware
Dec.12:  The Cutting, James Hayman
Jan. 9: Bruce Coffin
Feb.13: Slow Horses, Dead Lion Series, Mick Herron


BOOK LAUNCH: The Spinster's Hope Chest   Saturday June 16, 2018  2 -4pm

Inspired by a letter in the Waterford Historical Society Museum, Waterford's own Robert Spencer will be here to discuss and sign copies of his brand new book.  

We are delighted to co-sponsor an afternoon with

United States Poet Laureate  TRACY K.SMITH

Thursday Nov. 1st 2018 at 1 pm at the Norway Memorial Library 

Tracy K. Smith visits Maine to discuss her new poetry anthology featuring the work of 50 living American poets. American Journal: Fifty Poems for Our Time contemplates what it feels like to live, work, strive, raise a family, and survive in this vast and varied nation.​  https://mainehumanities.org/news-announcements/tracy-k-smith-visits-maine/


 Saturday April 21, 2018 10 am -Noon 

Sponsored by Waterford, Albany, Stoneham Transfer Station

and CEBE (Center for Ecology Based Economy)

Meet at Waterford Library 10 am

1) pick up trash bags and gloves

2) select an area in town to work

3) free t-shirts to first 20 sign-ups

End at noon to gather for coffee and snacks at the Library

 Donna McCarraher 583-6702 or  mccarraher@roadrunner.com 

Saturday May 19 Noon-1 pm

Waterford Library Community Garden Brown Bag Lunch/ Action Plan Meeting for those participating this year.


 Saturday September 8th 2018 - noon-4 pm

Bring the family for an afternoon of GREAT music, dancing, games, ​and GREAT food and drink on the library lawn. A "FUN"D raising event.

Suggested donation $10. Children 10 & under FREE.* Music by Milltown Roadshow  * Craft Beer by Norway Brewing Co. * Yummy Food  * Treasures Table *

The Board of Trustees of the Waterford Library  

Annual Meeting, Thursday, May 31, 2018-7:00 pm

Geraldine O'Donnell, President of the Trustees -host, and Nancy Marcotte, Trustee / local historian, will present an overview of the architectural study to make the library building ADA accessible. The board is working with Paul Stevens, great-grandson of the original architect, John Calvin Stevens. A grant from the King Foundation helped make this possible.


Saturday April 14, 2018 Noon -2pm

Learn about the Sweden and Harrison Food Pantries

and Waterford Library Community Garden. 

​Bring your own brown bag lunch. 

​​​Halloween TRICK or TRUNK 

 October 31st - 5:30-7 pm

Waterford Common - ​ refreshments in Warming Tentand at the Library


Wednesday July 4, 2018  8 am - Noon

Join us for this annual extravaganza.  All types of Books have been arriving throughout the year and donations are always welcome. Come support your local library.  Thank you so much for your continued support!

 FRASER ANNUAL GARDENING LECTURE  Thursday evening July 26, 2018 at 7 pm at the library.

What's the Big Idea?  Robert Spencer, retied landscape designer and Waterford Library Trustee, will build upon concepts in Julie Messervey's

best selling book "The Inward Garden" explaining the importance of improving your own property or even our own Waterford Library lot.

The Sheena Fraser Garden Lectures are supported by an endowment created by family and friends after her untimely death.  A native of England, Fraser loved  plants and her own formal garden across the street from the library. In addition to this annual lecture,  books on gardening and related topics are added to the Fraser Gardening Collection in her memory. This special collection now has over 150 books on formal, informal, and historic landscaping, vegetables, organics, annuals, perennials, wild flowers, and practical advice for both master and beginner gardeners.​​


Saturday May 5, Noon-2pm

Join Fred Garbo and Shawn Kane of Garbo-Kane Solar for an educational workshop. Learn about solar electricity, electric vehicle charging stations, and battery storage.  They discuss ways to harvest electricity from the sun, how to best use this technology to save money, become more energy efficient, and have less environmental impact. This event is free and open to the public.

Just bring your own lunch. Beverages and dessert provided.

Saturday June 23, 2018   Noon -2pm
Join ZiZi Vlaun from Window Dressers to learn about their program that teaches volunteers how to lower heating costs, and reduce CO2 emissions by producing low-cast insulated windows inserts for neighbors.

To learn more visit windowdressers.org

​APRIL Spring Vacation Extra Hours

 The library will be open  Mon - Fri from 2pm -4pm.

A variety of fun activities are planned for the children.

Monday-Fun with Nature - Doretta Colburn

Tuesday - Coloring, Games, & Puzzles - Nancy Eaton

Wednesday - Fun wth Collage - Carol Rice

Thursday - Recycled Crafts - Donna McCarraher

​Friday - Make you own Terrarium- Jane Traill

Caregivers should plan to attend.  Refreshments served.


​Group meets 10 am Fourth Wednesday each month

June 27: This House of Sky: Landscapes of a Western Mind,   Ivan Doig. Autobiography. 336 pp.
July 25: Tangerine, by Christine Mangan. Fiction. 320 pp. 
Aug. 22: Homegoing, by Yaa Gyasi. Fiction 320 pp.
Sept. 26: Elephant Company: The Inspiring Story of an Unlikely Hero and the Animals Who Helped Him Save Lives in World War II, by Vicki Constantine Croke.  Non-fiction.  368 pp.
Oct. 24:  Killers of the Flower Moon, The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI: by David Grann;  Non-fiction, 352 pp. 
Nov. 14: Exit West, by Mohsin Hamid.  Fiction 226 pp.