Space Place Partnership
Watertown Library is pleased to announce it's community partnership with NASA's Space Place.
Over 350 museums, planetariums and libraries participate in NASA's Space Place community partner program. Watertown Library patrons can visit monthly displays in the library to keep abreast of NASA's exploration efforts along with a bi-monthly newsletter created exclusively for Community Partners.
Visit the Book Nook - the library book store
The BOOK NOOK sells a wide assortment of HARDCOVERS and PAPERBACKS, both fiction and non-fiction, all BELOW RETAIL PRICES!
Run and organized by the FRIENDS of the WLA - proceeds benefit the Watertown Library Association.
Introducing the Woodward Atrium Expansion Project at the Watertown Library. This new expansion will enhance our facade, enlarge our interior space and revitalize the building.
The last time the Watertown Library Association took on an expansion project at the Watertown Library was in 1976 and resulted in the Children's and mezzanine areas.
For more information on this project contact the Watertown Library at 860-945-5360.
Join us at Watertown Library (map) on Tuesday, January 23, 2018 from 6:30pm to 8:00pm for Social Security Changes: Impact On Retirement, a talk presented by Michael Alimo and David Weyner of USA Financial & Tax Services, LLC to learn key concepts you need to know before applying for Social Security.
Social Security strategies may boost lifetime benefits and increase retirement income by tens of thousands, let Michael and David help you navigate crucial retirement decisions to maximize your benefit.
This informational workshop is free and comes with no obligation.
For more information contact the library at (860) 945-5360.
Registration is required.
Mystery Book Club - Fall 2017 / Spring 2018 - Watertown Library (map) - WEDNESDAYS at 7pm
FRIENDS TUESDAY BOOK CLUB 2017 - 2018 - Watertown Library (map) - TUESDAYS at 2PM (Hosted by Robin Osborn)
*copies available / (*)some copies available
The Watertown Library is pleased to announce an ongoing program that is free and open to the public.
Information Sessions will be held every Friday between 1pm & 3pm at the main library.
If you know you want to attend:
please call the library at: 860-945-5360 or send an EMAIL to: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are looking for federal and/or state tax forms and publications at the libary:
If you need online tax information, publications, and/or forms: