It wasn’t politics that got my blood boiling at a recent outing with friends - it was the library. I was questioned about the validity of the library in the twenty-first century.
What do a genius, a group of brave babushkas and a girl with a plan have in common? Here's how we pick the movies we show on Monday nights.
I was recently asked where I find my most-used recipes. That’s a tough one—I can’t pin it down, because they’re everywhere in our house (just ask my husband!).
Picture books are often thought of as something meant only for young children, and it’s assumed that adults should only read picture books when accompanied by a child. But there’s no reason why us grown-ups can’t enjoy them even without kiddos!
Halloween has always been a mixed bag for me. I love the costumes, the makeup , the candy – and the overall spirit of the thing – but I hate to be scared. What about you? What scary movies (if any) do you watch?
The library has a collection of Watertown historical documents, images, newspapers, maps, and more. We are constantly trying to find new ways to make this collection more accessible, both in the library and online.
Every so often, OverDrive makes unlimited copies of a featured eBook available simultaneously to library users around the world through a program called the Big Library Read.
Watertown opened its first library in Town Hall on March 31, 1869. Over the last century and a half things many things have changed, including the tools we use.