For the convenience of our patrons, The Watertown Free Public Library carries tax forms each year during tax season. We have begun receiving some of the forms, but many have not yet arrived. The IRS is shipping them to us as they are ready. At this time, we have Massachusetts State Tax Forms, and some Federal forms and schedules. We hope to receive the key forms (1040, 1040A, 1040 EZ) sometime in late January.
Rest assured, all of the pertinent forms are on order, and will be put out for our patrons as soon as they arrive in the building!
Explore the world of music and movement through dramatic play! Develop spatial awareness and cultivate motor skills while strengthening the bond between child and caregiver. Participants must be accompanied by an adult for this class, open to children ages 1-3.
Watertown Children’s Theatre presents Doctor Dolittle, November 16 at 7 pm, November 17 at 2 pm and 7 pm and November 18 at 2 pm, in the Charles Mosesian Theater at the Arsenal Center for the Arts, 321 Arsenal Street, Watertown.
The Town of Watertown has received a Community Transformation Grant to look at wellness in our community. Wellness to a community means looking at how easy it is for residents to access the Town’s amenities and resources in daily activities like commuting, shopping, exercising and leisure time.
From 10:30AM - 12:30PM, Saturday August 4, the Doula Study Group for the Boston Area is sponsoring a film screening and discussion of The Business of Being Born. Produced by Ricki Lake and released in 2008, this documentary explores the state of maternity care during labor and birth in the United States. With a clear agenda, this documentary was groundbreaking in its expose of the problems plaguing maternity care, and in its normalization of home birth. Join us for discussion after the film.