WE ARE BACK TO A FULL SERVICE BUILDING SCHEDULE:
Monday, Thursday, Friday: 10 – 5 pm, Tuesday, Wednesday: 10 – 8 pm, Saturday: 10 – 2 pm
CURBSIDE SERVICE continues on an as-needed basis.
Following state guidelines, face masks are no longer mandatory. However, if you are non-vaccinated it is strongly suggested that you wear a face mask in the library building. Hand sanitizing and contact tracing check-in continue in the short term. Use of face masks by everyone is strongly encouraged in the Children’s Room as children under the age of 12 are still not able to be vaccinated.
Summer Reading Program
Starts Monday, June 21 with Flying High Dogs!
The summer reading program will kick off on Monday, June 21st and run for 7 weeks. This year’s theme, Tails and Tales is all about animals, adventures and fairy tales! When you read books and log the information on the Beanstack app, you will automatically be entered into weekly raffle prize drawings! If your family registers and attends any of the outdoor programs being offered, you will receive an additional raffle ticket for attending. All programs are free and there are different offerings for all age groups. The library staff look forward to your visits this summer!
Flying High Dogs
Monday, June 21 10:30 AM with Flying High Dogs
Everyone is welcome. Watch and participate in playing Frisbee with these well-trained stunt dogs.
Wednesday, June 23 5:30 PM for ages 5+.
Be a character in the story, spin the dial, move along the walkway and try to get to the Candyland Castle. Candy prizes!
2 Adult Book Clubs
Meet monthly on a Tuesday
The Chapters Book Club has been a long-running program. Reading a wide variety of fiction. Group discussion. The Non-fiction Book Club has recently begun to wide acclaim. Up-coming meetings to be held in the early evening, under the trees. Bring a chair. Call the library to find out which books will be discussed and when.
WBPL YouTube Channel: activities, inspiration, and promos
Check out ALL our library videos here. There are book programs, movement programs, trivia, funny promos, and a rendition of “The Hill We Climb,” poem by Amanda Gorman, too!
Watch the videos and learn more at the Dress a Girl organizational website.
New Resource – Consumer Reports – remote access
Just click here to get in. You need your 14-digit West Bridgewater Library Card # to qualify for use. Set up an account and start your research!
WBPL staff discuss current best sellers in a conversational format.