Walpole Public Library

The Walpole Public Library will close Wednesday, December 24th @ 1:00pm and will be closed all day Thursday, December 25th in observance of the Christmas holiday / FALL/WINTER HOURS NOW IN EFFECT: Monday - Thursday : 10 - 9 / Friday : 10 - 5 / Saturday: 10 - 3 / Sunday: Closed
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Hours of Operation

Monday 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
Tuesday 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
Wednesday 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
Thursday 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
Friday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Saturday 10:00 am to 3:00 pm*
Sunday Closed

*  Closed on Saturdays June through August

Closed all legal holidays.

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Phone

Circulation Desk: (508) 660-7340
Reference Desk: (508) 660-7341
Children's Room: (508) 660-6383

Address

143 School Street
Walpole 02081

The mission of the Walpole Public Library is to provide for the informational needs of the residents of Walpole.  Its role is rooted in the community from its inception in 1876 with the founding of the first public library in Walpole.  Throughout the years, it has worked closely with complimentary groups in the town to fulfill its mission.  This has included close cooperation with the school system, the business community, town government, arts and cultural groups and the many other groups that comprises the social network of the community.

Major service roles include the following:

  • providing unrestricted access to the many forms of information, both in physical and virtual form
  • connecting Walpole to other communities through participation in a Library network
  • maintaining a historical record of the community
  • providing the tools necessary for residents to access the online world
  • serving the informational needs of specific groups (i.e. children, young adults and the elderly) with specific collections and programming
  • providing an atmosphere and physical facility which promotes self-education and interaction with different members of the community.

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