December Holiday Hours
December 24th, 25th, 26th
How Do I…?
- Ask a Question
- Find Out About New Books, DVDs & CDs
- Get a Library Card and Borrow Items
- Get e-books
- Get Downloadable Audiobooks for my MP3 Player or iPod
- Renew Books Online
- Learn to Use the Internet
- Practice for Academic and Licensing Tests
- Get Free or Discounted Admission to Museums
- Join the Friends of the Wolcott Library
For event information check out our Calendar.
Preschool Story Time Holiday Session @10:30 am
2-4 Year Olds: 12/13
Pajama Storytime @ 6:30 pm
December 7th, 14th, 28th
Children Pre-k – 2nd Grade
No registration required
Wear your favorite pajamas.
Children’s arts and crafts on Thursdays
Starting December 1st
4:00pm – 5:00pm
Topics available on the calendar
No registration required
Materials are provided
Holiday Origami for Kids
Limit of 12 kids
Ages 8 and up
Monday, December 12th
Crayon Ornament Craft Program
ages 10 and up
Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult.
Wednesday December 14th
Note: Ornaments may get hot,
please bring a glove or pot holder
Daddy Daughter Hair Factory
Saturday, December 17th
10:30am – 12:00pm
Join us for a Free, Hands On class that will teach you the basics of brushing, braids and buns.
This Class is designed to show you some of the skills you need when styling your daughters hair, while having fun at the same time.
Don’t forget to bring your daughter
Seating is limited so please RSVP to
Dan Threlfall at DTHRELL@gmail.com
WPL Book Club: The World’s Most Haunted House
by: William J. Hall
Wednesday, January 11th
@ 6:00 pm
WPL Variety Book Club: The Likeness
by Tana French
Wednesday January 18th
WPL Kids Book Club: The Puzzling World of Winston Breen
by Eric Berlin
January 26th 2017
1000 Books Before Kindergarten
Start your child’s learning early by reading with them!
Click the link to learn more about a special program offered for free at the library to help get your child ready for school.
Sponsored by the Friends of the Wolcott Library
Every day, people of all ages and backgrounds in the country turn to their libraries to find jobs or go online, to get help with homework or complex research projects, to start on a business plan, to connect with their kids or simply find a space to relax. For every person who loves libraries, there is a story about what the library means to them. We want to collect and share those stories. Is the library important to you? Do you have a story to tell? Share it here.