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Posted on 01/29/2013 - 10:21am
Posted on 01/28/2013 - 3:18pm
The library has received the following state income tax forms: Massachusetts Resident and Massachusetts Nonresident Income Tax Forms; You can also print these forms at the Department of Revenue website.
The library has the following federal income tax forms: 1040 EZ and 1040 EZ Instructions; 1040 and 1040A forms, Schedule B, Interest and Ordinary Dividends, and Schedule EIC Earned Income Credit. You will find other federal tax forms and instructions that you can print on the IRS website.
Posted on 01/23/2013 - 10:47am
With bone chilling temperatures outside, curling up inside with a good book and a hot cup of tea or cocoa sound inviting! In addition you will be enjoying the "10 Benefits of Reading." Looking for a recommendation for something good to read? Stop by the library and ask us to help you find something to help you forget the cold weather.
Posted on 01/11/2013 - 12:08pm
Book groups may schedule a private shopping time for its members at the Book Store Next Door. Mint condition hardcover books are only $2, trade paperbacks $1 and mass market paperbacks 50 cents! Email library director Tina Stewart firstname.lastname@example.org and she will put you in touch with someone from the book store who will meet with your group. The Book Store Next Door is located next to the library. During January and February, the Book Store Next Door is open on Saturdays from 10 am to 4 pm. Donations of "gently" used books are also accepted at this time. All book store proceeds beneift the library.
Posted on 01/07/2013 - 11:43am
The Yentile Farm Development Committee has launched an effort to gather input from the community at-large for the new recreational area to be developed at the recently purchased Yentile Farm property.
Please click on the link below to participate. The survey is 8 questions and takes less than 5 minutes to complete. The survey page may take a minute to load, please be patient.
Thank you for your input.
Yentile Farm Survey
Posted on 12/27/2012 - 2:40pm
Title Release Date Cosmopolis 1/1/2013 Compliance 1/8/2013 Game Change 1/8/2013 House At The End Of The Street 1/8/2013 Samsara 1/8/2013 Sleep Tight 1/8/2013 Obselidia 1/15/2013 Taken 2 1/15/2013 The Possession 1/15/2013 To Rome with Love 1/15/2013 Won't Back Down 1/15/2013 For a Good Time, Call 1/22/2013 Searching for Sugar Man 1/22/2013 The Men Who Built America 1/22/2013 The Paperboy 1/22/2013 Downton Abbey - Season 3 1/29/2013 Seven Psychopaths 1/29/2013 The Cold Light Of Day 1/29/2013
Posted on 12/27/2012 - 2:34pm
Title Artist Release Date TRUE Solange 1/8/2013 Fade Yo La Tengo 1/15/2013 Lead with Your Heart The Tenors 1/15/2013 2013 Grammy Nominees Various 1/22/2013 Get Up! Ben Harper 1/29/2013 Heartthrob Tegan and Sara 1/29/2013
Posted on 12/27/2012 - 1:52pm
It’s that time of year again when newspapers and children’s book review journals name the best books of the year. School Library Journal, Horn Book, Publisher’s Weekly, The New York Times and Kirkus Reviews have all published their lists of the notable books of 2012. In comparing the lists, there are just a few books that emerge consistently across lists.
The picture book This is Not my Hat by Jon Klassen was named a top book of 2012 by all 5 of the lists. This funny, slightly dark story of a small fish who steals the hat of a larger fish is also considered to be a contender for the 2013 Caldecott Award.
Middle Grade Fiction
Liar & Spy by Rebecca Stead also appeared on 5 different “best of” lists. Seventh-grader Georges adjusts to moving from a house to an apartment, his father's efforts to start a new business, his mother's extra shifts as a nurse, being picked on at school, and Safer, a boy who wants his help spying on another resident of their building.
There were no nonfiction books that were listed on all 5 sources. Several were named by 3 different lists including Island: A Story of the Galapagos by Jason Chin, Chuck Close: Face Book by Chuck Close and Beyond Courage: The Untold Story of Jewish Resistance During the Holocaust by Doreen Rappaport.
Posted on 12/14/2012 - 1:50pm
Wilmington Memorial Library offers you an opportunity to honor or memorialize beloved family members and friends by a making a gift to the library in their names. Details and a donation form are available here.
Posted on 12/11/2012 - 10:00am
Wilmington Memorial Library
175 Middlesex Ave.
Wilmington, MA 01887
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