Sign up for Library Email Updates

Thanks Jennifer Kelly for this information.  I receive these updates and find them very beneficial.  I am willing to bet you will as well and it is just as easy as she describes here. – Lil

Want to get advanced notice about library events? Need to know when weather cancels library activities?  Curious about what new books are available?  Sign up for the Walpole Library’s email blast to get up to date information on library happenings. The library sends out weekly bulletins on new acquisitions in fiction and non-fiction, highlights special programs like author readings and kids activities and lets you know when the library is unexpectedly closed. To sign up, just email Julie Rios at or stop by the library.

4 thoughts on “Sign up for Library Email Updates

  1. M L Holcombe 08/21/2015 at 11:50 AM Reply

    Not a comment in regard to the above, but a suggestion. Would really appreciate it if the library would subscribe to the Wall Street journal as well as the New York Times, just for a different point of view from the Times


    • Lil 08/21/2015 at 1:55 PM Reply

      Have you let them know that? My experience has been that they are always looking for patron suggestions.


  2. Pam Bernard 01/14/2016 at 12:16 PM Reply

    Please put me on your email list


    • Lil 01/14/2016 at 12:35 PM Reply

      Pam, if you wish to be added to the library email list, you need to contact the library directly. If you are hoping to sign up for The Walpolean, you add you email address in the area at the top right side of the page.


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