The Library will be closed until further notice. In-person programs are cancelled throughout May. Virtual programs are now being held.

Virtual Programs

There is now a statewide virtual library events calendar. You can browse programs by library network (we are in Minuteman).

There is also a free video library containing educational and entertaining videos for children, submitted by librarians and volunteers across Massachusetts. 

 

Adult Programs

Youth Programs

Other Community Programs

Monday, May 18, 10 AM

All Booked Livestream


Monday, May 18, 7 PM

WPL Book Discussion Group


Tuesday, May 19, 1 PM

Learn How to Use Zoom


Tuesday, May 19, 7 PM

Organize Your Digital Photos, Part I


Wednesday, May 20, 2:30 PM

Library Online Tech Drop-in Session


Thursday, May 21, 11:30 AM

U.S. SBA’s Resources for Small Businesses


Thursday, May 21, 1 PM

Learn How to Host Zoom Meetings


Friday, May 22, 1 PM

Let’s Talk About Books Drop-in Chat


Friday, May 22, 5:30 PM

Culture & Cooking: Making flatbread from home


Tuesday, May 26, 1 PM

Learn How to Use Zoom


Tuesday, May 26, 7 PM

Organize Your Digital Photos, Part II


Wednesday, May 27, 2:30 PM

Library Online Tech Drop-in Session


Thursday, May 28, 1-2 PM

Learn How to Host Zoom Meetings


Thursday, May 28, 7:30 PM

Hot Reads for Young Professionals


Monday, June 1, 10:00 AM

In Transition Conversation Series


Monday, June 8, 7:00 PM

Cookbook Club


Tuesday, June 9, 7:30 PM

Second Tuesday Women’s Reading Group


Monday, June 15 at 7:00 PM

WPL Book Discussion Group

Wednesday, May 20, 10:30 AM

The Music Class at Home® Music Pups Singalongs


Friday, May 22, 5 PM

QuaranTEEN Scavenger Hunt


Wednesday, May 27, 10:30 AM

The Music Class at Home® Music Pups Singalongs


Wednesday, May 27, 7 PM

QuaranTEEN Book Chat

Monday, May 18, 6 PM

The Narrow Edge: A Tiny Bird, An Ancient Crab, and an Epic Journey

The Boston Athenaeum welcomes author Deborah Cramer for a talk about tiny sandpipers—red knots—which undertake a near miraculous 19,000 mile journey from one end of the earth to the other and back. In this firsthand account, Cramer accompanies them on their extraordinary odyssey along the length of two continents, tracking birds from remote Tierra del Fuego to the icy Arctic. She offers unique insight into how the lives of humans, red knots and horseshoe crabs are intertwined.

Click program title to register.


Wednesday, May 20, 6 PM

Job Search Workshop: Managing Job Stress

The Stoughton Public Library presents a 5-part series on job searching with Senior Employment Specialist Gary Gekow. The first part of the series addresses managing stress during a job search.

Click program title to register.


Thursday, May 21, 7:30 PM

How to Cope with the Loss of May and June Festivities

Please join Rick Irving on a Live Zoom Webinar where he will discuss how these cancellations affect our children and ourselves. Rick will provide ideas on how to create positive memories in lieu of the typical celebrations, and answer your specific questions.

Click program title to register.


Friday, May 22, 5 PM

Cooking Live with Liz: Spring Veggies from the Farm

Liz Barbour of The Creative Feast will be hosting a live cooking show to demonstrate how to use veggies from your local farm stands and gardens.

Click program title to view livestream.


Saturday, May 23, 7:00 PM

Winchester Community Music School Singalong

This is on WinCAM Public – 8 on Comcast and 36 on Verizon in Winchester. If outside of Winchester, you can view it at wincam.org/watch then click on Public Stream.


Monday, June 1, 1:00 PM

Wills and Trusts and Deeds, Oh My!

The Blackstone Public Library presents this review of the differences between wills and trusts and the differences between revocable trusts and irrevocable trusts.  Join Lynn Bouvier Kapiskas, Esq. as she reviews the steps involved in the probate process and speaks in general terms as to the cost of probating an estate.   She will review other estate planning related documents, including health care proxies and durable powers of attorney and how nursing home or long-term care planning impacts the estate planning discussion. 

Click program title to register.


Tuesday, June 2, 6:00 PM

Winchester Community Music School Singalong

This is on WinCAM Public – 8 on Comcast and 36 on Verizon in Winchester. If outside of Winchester, you can view it at wincam.org/watch then click on Public Stream.


Thursday, June 4, 10:30 AM

Winchester Community Music School Singalong

This is on WinCAM Public – 8 on Comcast and 36 on Verizon in Winchester. If outside of Winchester, you can view it at wincam.org/watch then click on Public Stream.


Thursday, June 4 at 7:30 PM

Music at Home

Winchester Community Music School invites you to a virtual evening of performance, connection, and celebration. Dress up, prepare your favorite sweet treat, and beverage of choice. We’ll provide a special evening filled with music. 

Virtual event link and details coming soon.

Monday, June 8 at 6:00 PM

Meet the Author: Honor Moore

American Ancestors and NEHGS together with the Boston Public Library and the State Library of Massachusetts present this virtual event in the American Stories, Inspiration Today author series.

Hear from the celebrated author Honor Moore (The Bishop’s Daughter, The White Blackbird) about her new biography-memoir—the story of her mother and herself, their relationship and changing lives as 20th-Century women. With the sweep of an epic novel, Moore introduces readers to Jenny McKean Moore, her charismatic and brilliant mother who was born into privilege on Boston’s North Shore, and whose life shifted dramatically as she engaged in the 1960s peace and social justice.

Claire Messud, the author of The Burning Girl and The Emperor’s Children, will moderate.

Click program title to register.