The Williamsville Public Library and Museum strives to enhance the lives of the people who live in or visit our community. We aim to promote lifelong learning; to collect, preserve and exhibit materials pertaining to the Village’s history; and to encourage a love of reading.
Come and visit us at our new location, our staff and volunteers will be happy to help you anytime at the service desk or over the phone.
WPLM is committed to being an integral part of the Village of Williamsville; providing an asset to our community and contributing to local historic preservation.
Special Programs & Events
Visit us whenever your busy schedule allows for games, activities, and crafts.
WPLM patrons can now check out one of five ukulele kits donated by Springfield Uketopian, Barb Lanier. Each kit includes the ukulele, tuner, music stand, and music
Travel, STEM, & Art Kits are Available
Theme-based kits are perfect for road trips and STEM kits are great to keep kids challenged and busy without screen time.
For teens and adults we have stress-beating kits for coloring, dot-to-dot, and mosaic sticker art based on movies, travel, and young adult literature.
FREE passes to THREE Museums
WPLM patrons with a valid WPLM card can now visit area museums for FREE:
IN OTHER NEWS
Follow WPLM on Instagram to see examples of NEW books and DVD's. Let us know what you like to read or watch! Follow WPLMinsta.
Bring your sewing, knitting, or other creative project to work on while you chat, or be inspired by the work of others! The group usually meets on the second Tuesday and fourth Thursday of the month. Their next meetings will be on Tuesday, January 14 and Thursday, January 23, at 12:30. Anyone is welcome to come once or come each time.
Additional Ongoing Programs
Anyone is welcome to stop by for weekly Coffee Hour on Tuesday mornings at 10:00am. Follow WPLM on Facebook to learn about the choice for Book Club each month. Book Club normally meets on the last Thursday of the month at 7:00pm.
1000 Books Before Kindergarten
Click on "Children Programs" under the "Programming" tab to learn how your child can earn prizes and books as you read to them. (Yes, it counts if you read the same book multiple times!)
CELEBRATE WILLIAMSVILLE HISTORY
The new WWII displays and highlights of local veterans will be on exhibit until fall 2020.
Over 1,500 items have been recorded in the museum inventory database during the last three years, and the work continues every week!
WPLM is currently researching grant opportunities.
What's on Display
The popular one room school house exhibit has been moved next to the Nancy Richardson alcove.