Welcome to the Waterford Public Library located in the historic D&H railroad depot in Waterford, NY.
We are fast approaching the completion of another great series of classic films, but we may have saved the best for last. Tonight’s multiple Oscar winner, stars Tony Curtis & Sidney Poitier as escaped convicts from a chain gang, who must rely on each other despite great mistrust and anger between them. Showtime is 6pm and admission is free! Seating is limited so don’t be late! Check here for what’s coming up for the rest of the month.
We couldn’t think of a better photo exhibit to host in our space, which just happens to be a restored D&H Railroad Freight Depot. “Trains at Night” from William Gill offers a unique look at our railroad heritage and a glimpse into a world that most of us do not notice enough. Our opening reception will take place this Thursday from 6 to 7:30pm, and William will be available to answer questions and to talk about his photos. We are also hosting a display of D&H Railroad memorabilia from the collection of Edward Moulton. For more information please contact the library at 237-0891.
We are very pleased to present our 2nd Sunday Sounds concert this coming Sunday, featuring a terrific family of singers, The Hurleys! This group will present a program of songs you know and love that is sure to drive those late winter blues away! So plan to be here on Sunday March 2nd, beginning at 2pm. Admission is always free, but seats are limited! Special thanks to the fine folks at the River St Beat Shop for their help in producing and promoting this event.