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Closed Labor Day Weekend

Weston Public Library Will be Closed Labor Day Weekend

The library will be closed 8/31-9/2 in observance of Labor Day weekend. The library building might be closed, but our our digital library is always open! The WPL is happy to offer patrons eBooks, digital audiobooks, digital magazines, downloadable music, streaming video, and even digital comics- all for free, 24/7. So if you enjoy services like Netflix, Apple Music, or Audible, check out our FREE digital services by clicking here.

AIC Grand Opening

Art and Innovation Center Grand Opening

September 14,  9:45 AM- 4 PMJoin us in celebrating the grand opening of the Weston Art and Innovation Center. Ribbon Cutting at 9:45 AM followed by demonstrations and activities until 4 PM.

For more information about the AIC, please visit
Kids Programs Begin Early October

"Regular" Fall programs for kids begin early October

It has been quite a summer! School is starting, the weather is getting cooler, and the WPL library staff are regrouping after a super fun season of summer reading. While there are still plenty of awesome programs for kids and adults happening in September, our regular fall lineup, including storytimes, will not begin until the first week in October, with signups starting in mid-September. If you want to be informed of all the cool stuff happening at the library, be sure to sign up for our newsletter, The Latest Word, and to take a look at our online calendar.


Program Spotlight: Shakespeare with Stephen Collins

September 25, 3:00 PM
Who had more effect on the English language than William Shakespeare? He created over 1700 common words that before him were either used in a new manner or didn't exist at all!

Acclaimed local actor Stephen Collins brings the Bard's words to life, performing as the villainous Edmund of King Lear and Iago of Othello, The Tempest’s enigmatic Prospero, and the ridiculous Nick Bottom of A Midsummer Night’s Dream and others. Shakespeare's tragedies, comedies, histories, and Sonnets are all represented in this exciting show.

For more information on Mr. Collins, visit his website:
This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Library


Permits to the Transfer Station expire on September 30th. So, what does the Library have to do with that?

This year, the Public Works Department will not be mailing the Transfer Station Permit application packet to every household. The permit application can be downloaded at or it can be picked up in the Library. By eliminating this annual town-wide mailing, Weston will be reducing its carbon footprint, saving tax-payer dollars, and reducing the amount of paper used and tossed away.
Did you know, you can renew your transfer station permit online? If you have the same vehicle as last year, to find the 2019/2020 rates and the online renewal portal. Pop in the Library to use one of our computers to renew online or to print off (or pick up) the application. If you prefer good old fashioned mail, call 781-786-5100 to request an application be mailed to you.
Fall Concert Series

Save the Date: Fall Concert Series

The Friends of the Weston Public Library's Music Committee has been busy organizing a fall concert lineup that is sure to please! So mark your calendars and remember to come a bit early so you can get a good seat:

  • September 22, 3 PM: violin and piano with violinist Dorisiya Yosifova
  • October 20, 3 PM: Flute with flutist Meghan Jacoby Miller and pianist Ellie Perrone
  • October 27, 3 PM: trombone trio, the Solstice Sackbuts will perform
  • November 10, 3 PM: chamber music with ArtiQue
  • December 8, 3 PM: chamber music with MusiConnects
Concerts are free and open to all. For more information, please visit our full concert schedule.

Something for everyone

There is always something going on at the WPL. Click on an image for more info or check out our full event calendar.

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Keep up to date with AIC news

With opening day coming this fall, there are a lot of exciting things happening at the Art and Innovation Center. Learn more by visiting the AIC website or by subscribing to the AIC Newsletter.

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We know how hard it can be to stay on top of everything that is going on in the library. The WPL wants to make it just a little bit easier with our newsletter, The Latest Word. Once a month, we'll send out a quick note about some of the great programs, materials, and services the library has to offer. To continue receiving library updates, please make sure you subscribe to the new library newsletter by selecting "Weston Public Library Newsletter" here.

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