Winters Friends of the Library is a proud supporter of theater programs for young people. We have supported the Winters Shakespeare Workshop, a summer program for teens, since 1999. This year we are bringing artists-in-residence Voice of the Wood to lead performance workshops with 5th grade classes at Rominger School and to perform for the […]
Don’t miss the Winters Friend of the Library Family Holiday Festival, December 3, Saturday, from 10 AM to 2 PM. Admission is Free. Outstanding Musician and music educator, Katie Henry began an eight-week program of singing with Winters preschools, under a grant from Winters Friends of the Library. Katie will conclude her sessions with a […]
There are four small wooden boxes around town that look like little houses fastened on posts. They have pitched roofs and a door with a big window. Have you noticed them? Have you looked inside? Go ahead, check them out. See if you can find all four. What are they? They are Little Free Libraries, […]
Winters Shakespeare Workshop has been awarded a Local Impact grant of $4275 from the California Arts Council. The grant funds will support a summer theater program for children ages 7-11 and after-school drama clubs at four Winters school sites. Winters Shakespeare Workshop, a program of Winters Friends of the Library, is the only organization in […]
It’s every town’s dream: Raise young people who participate in the town’s quality programs and they will return to give back to those programs and support another generation. Andrew Fridae and Emma Pfanner are longtime friends and were actors together in the 2008 Winters Shakespeare Workshop production of “The Tempest,” and will be teaming up […]
Read for parts on Sunday, June 7. See this post for more details and to download forms.
Notice as of January 2018 – Family Storytime Wednesday Mornings at 10:30 am, Bilingual Storytime Thursday evenings at 6 pm. In the northeast corner of the Winters Community Library, Linda Glick awaits a small stampede. Everything is quiet and empty until the strollers, parents and grandparents roll in to fill the chairs and carpet […]