To visit our postcard archive, click here. Today we salute our nurses, doctors, health care workers, and other medical personnel who are on the front lines battling the COVID-19 pandemic. In their honor, we’re highlighting a few postcards in our collection of the Tobey Hospital. The first postcard dates from when Tobey Hospital was first … Continue reading Throwback Thursday Postcards (2/25)
https://videopress.com/v/v72kyp9n?preloadContent=metadata Miss Marcia celebrates African American History Month by reading “These Hands” by Margaret H. Mason and illustrated by Floyd Cooper https://youtu.be/eOpn5vYtQjY Miss Marcia brings us together by using ASL to sing “The More We Get Together,” and shows us a fun STEM traffic light craft kids can do at home. https://youtu.be/9kE37UY8WwY Watch Miss Marcia … Continue reading African American History Month (2/24)
Wareham, Mass. – The Wareham Free Library is pleased to announce that it is now open to the public by appointment only for limited browsing and computer use. The public hours will be 10 AM to 4:45 PM, Monday through Saturday.
Our dedicated library staff, with the help of the Foundation and Friends, has made remarkable progress over the past several years restoring and expanding library services and FY 2020 shapes up as a banner year. (See Graphic). Over the first eight months, library visits and circulation expanded so much they approached levels we had not … Continue reading Wareham Library Foundation: Bridging The Gap Fundraiser
Hoopla, the popular on-demand digital content service is now available for free at the Wareham Free Library. Patrons can use their library card to borrow over 750,000 titles including audiobooks, e-books, comics, music, movies and TV. Additionally, content can be streamed from any computer, television, mobile device or platform by downloading the hoopla digital app for iOS, … Continue reading Hoopla Now Available For Download By Library Patrons