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What is on your bucket list of titles to read—whether in print or on a tablet? Whether you prefer non-fiction or fiction, it is always good to go back to the classics and appreciate anew why
It’s that time of year again—crocuses, daffodils, and tulips are showing their lush petals; tree leaves are beginning to open to a bright minty green; and vegetable gardens are begging for attentio
Everyone here at the Watertown Free Public Library wants the library to be a core part of our community – a community center where people can come together, share, learn, grow, and get to know our
Welcome to the NEW (and much improved) digital library! This week our ebook library got a major makeover. The new motto is “See Book, Read Book.” That’s how easy it can be!
The Watertown Free Public Library is looking for people to teach a class (or series of classes). Some of our offerings have been knitting, rug hooking, and scrapbooking, but the sky is the limit!
Part II, after Aimee’s DVD list last week.If so, here are some substitutes to last you, at least partially, until next January when season 4 will be shown in the U.S.:
Downton is over. Well, season three is over but the way it ended might make the show over for me for good. I mean really, what were they thinking?!
Short List of Titles for Consideration
We need your help! As you know, each year we select a book for the entire Watertown community to read together. We encourage everyone from high school students (and sometimes even
Calling Me Home by Julie Kibler is an impressive, moving debut novel about an unlikely friendship and the life stories shared during a cross-country drive to a funeral. The two
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