Kimberly Hawkey will be performing at the library on Saturday, November 17 at 11:00am. Kimberly is a song revivalist, using her voice to bridge the gap between last century’s great music and today’s new generation. Through vaudeville, folk music, jazz, comedy, […]Read More
The library will be hosting a Viking Weaving Reenactment from 2-4pm on Tuesday, November 13. Dr. Richard Schmidt Jr, DC will be dressed in traditional Viking clothing while he replicates weaving techniques we would have seen used in Medieval Viking […]Read More
In partnership with the Delaware County Historical Association, the William B. Ogden Free Library will host a screening of “There’s a Long, Long Trail: A Short, Short Story” at 12pm on Saturday, November 10. In this film starring Richard J. […]Read More
North Sea Gas is returning to Walton! We will be hosting two programs on Saturday, October 13.
The morning production will be geared toward families with children, and the afternoon session will be more of a workshop for musicians (bring your instrument!) […]Read More
So many people enjoyed author Bill Horne’s presentation last week and so many people have now read or are reading the book (“The Improbable Community: Camp Woodland and the American Democratic Ideal”) that we’ve set up two community discussion forums […]Read More
Join us for an interesting and informative talk with Bill Horne, author of “The Improbable Community.” Bill will present his book and speak about Camp Woodland, a racially and ethnically inclusive summer camp that ran from 1939-1962 right here in […]Read More
Starting in September, the library will be hosting two new informal classes: “Learn to Play Bridge,” with experts Linda Morgan and Judy Winter (beginning Friday, Sept. 7, 10am,) and “Learn to Crochet,” with Robin Curreri, of Yarn Over (starting Tuesday, […]Read More