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Waltham Public Library
735 Main Street, Waltham, MA 02451
(781) 314-3425
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Waltham Public Library

Description: 

Waltham Public Library Vision
The Waltham Public Library is a fully-funded community hub, fostering a healthy democratic society by providing a wealth of current informational, educational and recreational resources free of charge to all members of the community. The library is known throughout the area for its knowledgeable and friendly staff, welcoming and safe environment, accessibility, convenience, current technology and helpful assistance.

Waltham Public Library Mission
The Waltham Public Library provides the city's multi-ethnic, economically diverse population with popular informational, recreational and educational library resources and services. The library staff selects materials in a variety of formats to meet known and anticipated demand, strives to make the community aware of library services and materials, and endeavors to make those resources accessible to all with friendliness and efficiency.

Hours: 
Currently closed
Monday - Thursday:
9:00 am-9:00 pm
Friday - Saturday:
9:00 am-5:00 pm
Sunday:
1:00 pm-5:00 pm
Ongoing Events & Promotions: 
Waltham Public Library Historical Fiction Writing Workshop
Historical Fiction Writing Workshop
Wed, 05/15/2019 - 6:30pm

Are you an aspiring writer interested in writing historical fiction? Are you intimidated by the thought of jumping into another time period? This writing workshop is for you. Local author Jennifer S. Brown, whose book Modern Girls delves into the history of both reproductive rights and immigration will talk about where to find ideas, how to start the research, and how to incorporate the research into your writing. The workshop will cover the basics of historical fiction so you can begin to write with confidence. Bring writing materials, and if time permits, we'll do an in-class writing exercise. This is a Waltham Library sponsored event. For more information, please email D. Hoffman or call 781-314-3441. To view or download the flyer, click here.