Thursday, August 31st at 6:00 pm, The Weld Free Public Library will host a special wine tasting and auction fundraising event. Presented by wine expert Pete St. John of the Wilton Wine Merchant, some amazing wines will be featured. Gourmet hors d’oeuvres by Ashley Montgomery will be provided. Tickets for this event are available for a suggested donation of $20.00. Register online here, or at the library. Ticket donations will also be accepted at the door. Printable flyer here.
The Weld Free Public Library is proud of the community it serves. WFPL is extending an invitation to local artists, crafts people, hobbyists, and cultural enthusiasts, to exhibit their works at the library! There are 2 spaces available.
If you are interested please reach out to the library at 207- 585- 2439, or email: [email protected]
On Memorial Day, Monday, May 29, there will be a celebration at the Weld Public Library at 1:00 PM. Music will be provided by the Old Crow Band.
The Annual Kids Summer Reading Program Dates at Weld Public Library will be June 29th, July 20th, and August 3rd. The programs are free! Please sign up at the Library, or call 585-2439 to reserve a spot! Hands on activities and refreshments will be provided.
June 29th, Thursday, 10:00 am – Noon, “Friendship for All” is the theme of the day!
July 20th, Thursday, 10:00 am – Noon, “Kindness” is the theme of the day!
August 3rd, Thursday, 10:00 am – Noon, “Community Connection” is the theme of the day!
Keep checking back for more details!
Please stop by to see the selection of books and DVDs for sale at the library! Help support the Weld Public Library and the Weld Historical Society.
Paul Haberstroh from Franklin County Adult Education will be here at the Weld Free Public Library for technical help with any computer or smartphone needs. Instruction for eMail, Google Workspace, Microsoft Office, Online Safety, WordPress, Graphics, and more. Mac or PC. Bring your device or use one here at the library. Ask about the FCC Affordable Connectivity Program subsidy of $30 per month toward an Internet connection.
There is a 24/7 Food Bank available outside the library next to the book return drop. Donations of non perishable items are welcome! If the box is full, please bring donated items inside the library during regular library hours.
Stop by the library for free seeds and bulbs! We have flowers, beans, and vegetables. Spring is here, time to plant!