Waterbury Public Library Community Meeting.
Wednesday, September 28, 6:00 pm
Waterbury Municipal Building Steele Room
28 North Main Street
Make your voice heard!
How can the Waterbury Public Library best serve our community in the years to come?
What do you want to see from the library’s collections, programs, youth services, outreach, and digital resources?
Share your ideas and help us develop the library’s next five-year strategic plan!
If you are unable to attend this meeting in person, please feel free to contact Rachel with your thoughts and ideas: email@example.com or 802-244-7036.
Waterbury Historical Walking Tour with Skip Flanders, Waterbury Historical Society
Thursday, September 22nd from 5:30 to 6:30 PM.
We will be gathering Rain or Shine.
This walking tour describing historic buildings along the streets of Waterbury, begins at the home of Army Civil War surgeon Dr. Henry Janes, who was on the platform at Gettysburg when President Lincoln gave the Gettysburg address. Walking south along the former Winooski Turnpike, now Main Street, the tour includes the story of historic buildings along the way that contributed to the development of Waterbury. Some of the buildings include a former Stage Coach Inn, an historic business district rebuild after a massive fire in 1879, an original fire house and jail, the 1875 Railroad station and public park. The tour takes about an hour, covers about a mile along Waterbury streets, and concludes on Stowe Street.
Register by calling 802.244-7036 or emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
We will meet in the library’s parking lot BEFORE 5:30.
The Honeybee Steelband
Saturday, October 8th Noon – 2 PM.
Community Steele Room
A Steelband performance with a mission to protect all pollinators. Fun, infectious, lively tunes with a bee-related theme. Come join the swarm!
Q & A and refreshments follow the performance.
Sponsored by the Friends of the Waterbury Library
Robert & Z Have come out of retirement to host…
Board Game Night!
2nd Wednesday of the month beginning October 12th with the exception of November (Nov. 30th)
in the Library’s Sal Room.
COME PLAY NEW BOARD GAMES & OLD FAVORITES WITH FRIENDS!
Games are euro-style board games (aka designer games) where there is a mix of chance and skill in the games. Games take 10-15 minute to explain, play time is usually between 20-45 minutes long, and rule discussions have a 5 minute limit.
If you ever wanted to play but felt intimidated this is the perfect group for you!
Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program
Central Vermont Council on Aging.
Every Wednesday from 10:30am – 11:45am through Nov 16.
This low impact and evidence-based program is great for ANYONE looking for an easy-on-the-joints workout experience.
Join this free class to help keep your joints flexible, strengthen your muscles, improve your balance and your energy level.
Vaccinations and masks required!
The NO PRESSURE BOOK GROUP on ZOOM!
Usually the second Thursday of the Month from 7:00 – 8:00PM, with the exception of October.
OCTOBER 20th and NOVEMBER 10th.
No assignments, no pressure, just talking books with like-minded readers.
Find lists of book suggestions from previous meetings here: book-lists-for-adults.
Bridge for beginners
with Instructors Grace Sweet & Tex Bruns
Tuesdays from 6-8 PM in the SAL Room
October 4th- November 8th
Learn the basics- how to count your cards, how to bid, how to take tricks,
and most of all an opportunity to have a social time with friends!
3 Tables- 12 people limit.
Call 802.244.7036 or email email@example.com to register
1st and 3rd Saturdays from 12-4 pm via Discord.
October 1st, 15th
November 5th, 19th
December 3rd, 17th
January 14th, 28th
February 11th, 25th
March 11th, 25th
April 8th, 22nd
May 6th, 20th
June 3rd, 17th
If you have ever wanted to learn to play Dungeons and Dragons or are a veteran looking for a group to play with, this 5th Edition campaign, led by Dungeon Master Evan Hoffman, will allow for both a fun learning experience and open-ended gameplay.
Feel free to log into the server at any time, where we can provide answers to questions and develop a welcoming community!
Dungeons and Dragons is a communal storytelling game. All you need to play is an internet capable computer (or similar device) and a microphone. A set of polyhedral dice, and paper and pencil can be a plus!
Chair Yoga with Instructor Diana Whitney.
Wednesdays at 10:30 AM.
No experience needed. All levels welcome to this low-stress, energetic class.
The chair provides stability and balance, and allows movement without fear.
all are welcome, experienced practitioners and newbies alike!
In the meantime click here to see all the videos Diana has recorded over the last year and 1/2. Enjoy! Read more