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The library will be closed Saturday 5/23 through Monday 5/24, for Memorial Day.  
But you can always "stop  by" our digital collections, they never close.

Spring sessions run from April 27th to May 25th.

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Recent Blog Posts

  • Posted on 05/20/2015 - 1:15pm

    The latest episode of Book Stew is here! You can watch it below or click the button to the left of vimeo to watch it fullscreen.

     

  • Posted on 05/18/2015 - 2:10pm

    Our Summer Author Talks will kick off this year on Thursday, June 11th.  We have an exciting line-up of authors including Nancy Thayer, Ellen Cooney, Randy Susan Meyers, Roland Merullo, Michael Blanding and Matthew Gilbert.

    Nancy Thayer, The Guest Cottage, Thursday, June 11th, 7pm

    Ellen Cooney, Mountaintop School for Dogs and Other Second Chances, Tuesday, June 30th, 7pm

    Randy Susan Meyers, Accidents of Marriage, Thursday, July 9th, 7pm

    Roland Merullo, Dinner with Buddha, Monday, July 20th, 7:30pm

    Michael Blanding, The Map Thief, Tuesday, July 28th, 7pm

    Matthew Gilbert, Off the Leash: A Year at the Dog Park, Thursday, August 13th, 7pm

    The author’s books are on display and available for checkout at the library.  The author talks include a book signing and sales at the end of each event.  Please register online at wilmlibrary.org or call the main desk at 978 658 2967.

  • Posted on 05/13/2015 - 10:03am
    The Town of Wilmington is updating its Open Space Plan.  The Plan identifies areas for growth, improvement, and management of our open spaces and recreational spaces.  Open space can be anything from undisturbed wetlands to basketball courts.  Each type of open space contributes to the quality of life in Town. Please provide your input by completing the survey.
  • Posted on 05/01/2015 - 3:04pm

    On Wednesday, May 13 at 7:00 p.m. an exciting new program will be presented at the Wilmington Memorial Library.A distinguished panel of experts in various fields of emerging technologies will discuss their work, hobbies, and vision of how technology will impact our future.The audience will have the opportunity to ask questions and learn in laymen’s terms what all this means and what the “brave new world” might have in store for us! Panelists include:

    • Julie Chen, Vice Provost for Research at UMass Lowell and nanotechnology expert.
    • Jeffrey Nussbaum, Consulting Engineer at GE Aviation and jet engine instructor.
    • Joel Greenwood, Neurotechnology Engineer at the Center for Brain Science and member of the robotics team at Project Hexapod.
    • Matt Dunlap, Software Engineer at Charles River Analytics, “mad scientist”, and robotics aficionado.
    • Anthony DeGregorio Director of IT Site Services at Charles River Labs (Wilmington).

     

  • Posted on 04/23/2015 - 10:40am

    As a member of the Massachusetts eBook Project, our library now offers Wilmington residents access to more digital content including popular fiction and non-fiction titles via Baker & Taylor Axis 360.  Check all that is available for reading, listening and viewing on our Downloads Page.