Monthly Archives: February 2018

Drug Abuse Prevention

Thanks to the National Library of Medicine and librarian Margot Malachowski, we have added a page of medical resources for adults and several refreshed links for young adults on drug addiction, prevention and recovery to our site. Look under e-learning “Medical Resources” tab and under Youth Services “Teens and Young Adults” for this helpful information.

“What am I Going to Eat?”

paleo“What am I Going to Eat?”, a book group dedicated to healthy eating and facilitated by Kathy Carbin will meet on the last Wednesday in  February (2/28) at 2 p.m. at the library. The second book in the series will be “The Paleo Cure” by Chris Kresser. Holds for the “Paleo Cure” can be placed from home
or at the circulation desks.

Look Up family film night

Our next film in the “Look Up” series, dedicated to Gail Cariddi, is the thrilling, nail-biter “Apollo 13″ with Tom Hanks, Gary Sinise, Kevin Bacon and Ed Harris re-enacting the nearly disastrous moon mission of 1970. On a third lunar mission, a fire in the service module strands three astronauts 248,000 miles from home port. Showing is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. Thursday, March 1 due to the long running time of 2 hours 20 minutes. Although rated PG, the film is quite long and perhaps scary for small children. Great history lesson for middle and high school students

Popcorn will be served.


Tax Information

On-line tax information is here! Printed materials will take a lot longer to distribute. The IRS has indicated materials might be available after February 5, 2018.  However, much tax information is moving into the on-line environment with  Turbo Tax and others gearing up to help you prepare and submit your taxes. Seniors might want to look for free tax preparation through agencies like the Spitzer Center or the VITA program.

MA resident tax forms

VT resident tax forms

NY resident tax forms