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We will be closed for Memorial Day

In observance of Memorial Day, the library will be closed Monday, May 27, 2019

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Sign up for Summer Reading through June 1!

The summer reading program encourages kids (and adults too) to keep reading, even though school is out, with fun prizes, contests, activities and performances. This year, kids can travel the universe by reading books …. Can they make to all the planets by the end of summer? There will be prizes for each planet they

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The Library Needs Your Help

As a result of the recent historic rain storms in our community, the Wellington Public Library has suffered extensive damage to our lower level community room and the children’s library. Thankfully, we’ve been able to save our books and materials – but there is much work to be done to bring our wonderful building back

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The Library Ledger – May/June 2019 Edition

The May/June 2019 issue of The Library Ledger has arrived with news and schedules for our regular programs. Click here to download the current issue. Watch for a Special Summer Reading Program Edition in mid-May with all the details you’ll need for a summer full of adventure and reading.  

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Part-Time Positions Open at WPL

The Wellington Public Library is now accepting applications for two permanent part-time positions.  Applications will be received until the position has been filled. Please click on the links below for position descriptions. Youth Services Coordinator – Cover letter and resume may be addressed to Jo Plumb, Library Director Library Assistant – Applications forms are available

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Book Clubs for Adults

The Bookies Reading Group will read Grain Brain: the surprising truth about wheat, carbs, & sugar-your brain’s silent killers by David Perlmutter, MD. Next Meeting: Tuesday, May 21, 2019 at 5:00pm Books & Broads Book Club meets the last Monday of the month at 6:00pm. Contact the library to check out the current book.  

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1000 Books before Kindergarten

Read a book, any book! It’s not too late to reach 1,000! Sign up at the library to receive your first book log – return each log and watch your child move up our reading wall of fame and receive special stickers, color sheets, books and more! Information is available at the children’s library circulation

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Pinterest Club

Do you Pinterest?  So many projects…so little time. Let the librarians choose a project for you. Library Pinterest Club meets the first and third Wednesday of the month at 1:00 pm. See you there!

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The Library is Open!

Despite the downstairs having water damage from recent flood, the Library is OPEN!  Come on in, just be sure to use the 7th Street entrance. (If you need to use the elevator, please call in advance and we can have someone downstairs to meet you.) We have a small selection of children’s books located upstairs […]

On Display: Cinco de Mayo

Ramona Jimenez has brought many interesting and colorful items that reflect Cinco De Mayo (5th of May). It’s a celebration of the unlikely victory over the French in the battle of Puebla in the year 1862. Some of the items in the display are cascarones, which are decorated, empty eggshells filled with confetti…during the celebration, […]