Storytimes are Back!

Hanging-PossumsMonday March 2, 2015


All of our storytimes start back up on March 2nd!

Monday:

9:45 am- Toddler Tales (ages 18-36 months)

10:30 am- Little Listeners (ages 2 1/2 – 4 years old)

Wednesday:

10:00 am- Baby Lapsit (ages 0-18 months)

1:00 pm- Storytime Stars (ages 4-6 years old)

Thursday:

10:00 am- Storytime Stars (ages 4-6 years old)  The Thursday session will be starting on March 12th.

Storytelling Program: Why Stories Matter

Tuesday March 10, 2015
6:30 PM until 8:00 PM


Thatcher Freund is a published author and journalist who will talk on the importance of stories in our lives. He speaks about stories in our culture, the change in the way stories were told as we moved from an oral to a written culture, and the effect of the Information Age on the way we tell stories and perceive ourselves today.

For more information see Thatchfreund.com

Sign up today!

Community Preparedness: What You Need To Know About Autism

Monday March 2, 2015
6:00 PM until 8:00 PM


This program is the third session in the series on Community Preparedness, presented by the members of the Greater Nashua Medical Reserve Corps. Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is the most common developmental disability and typically appears in the first three years of life. Come learn more about this topic.

Register today!

Ladies Behind Bars: A History of Women in the Spirits Industry

Tuesday March 3, 2015
6:30 PM until 8:15 PM


From mold-breaking saloon owners to current day cocktail mavens women have had a vital, though often overlooked, impact on the evolution of bars and cocktails. Boston and New York members of LUPEC (Ladies United for the Preservation of Endangered Cocktails) will present an inspiring history of ladies like Ada Coleman, former Head Bartender of the Savoy Hotel and Helen David, who opened the Brass Rail Bar in the midst of the Great Depression.

The alcohol-influenced social changes that took place during Prohibition and WWII will be addressed, as well as modern-day first ladies of bartending who are innovating behind the stick today. With the spirit and wit specific to lady barkeeps, we will celebrate the women that have influenced cocktail history.

Join us for the “After-Party” at the Pasta Loft in Milford where specialty cocktails will be sold to benefit the Library Building Fund.

Sign up today!

Important Message about Federal Tax Forms

taxes

The IRS is NOT able to provide paper copies of instruction booklets and most tax forms, due to a large budget cut.

We have the following forms freely available here at the Library

  • Forms 1040, 1040A and 1040EZ

 

Paper copies of all other forms and instructions will cost 10 cents per page to print at the library. A Reference Librarian will be available to assist you.

All Federal tax forms and booklets are available at irs.gov. You may call  the IRS at 1-800-829-3676 or visit www.irs.gov/orderforms to order forms and publications to be delivered via mail. You may also visit our local IRS Office at 410 Amherst St, Nashua.

If you would like free tax assistance, please visit the AARP Tax Aides here at Wadleigh Library on Tuesday mornings and Thursday afternoons.

AARP Tax Aide

AARP-TAX-AIDEFree Tax help will be available at the Wadleigh Library from February 3rd to April 14th. The hours will be the same each week:

Tuesdays – 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Thursdays – 3:30 p.m. to  6:30 p.m.

Appointments are not required.

The Wadleigh Library is an official Tax Form Repository. We will provide forms as we receive them from the federal and state government. The IRS has drastically reduced the number of forms they are sending this year, and that they will not be sending instruction booklets this year at all.

Since 1968, AARP Tax-Aide volunteers have helped nearly 50 million low- to middle-income taxpayers, many of whom are aged 60 or older. Tax-Aide volunteers (IRS Certified) are trained to assist with filing the 1040 Form and the more standard of the schedules, including Schedules A and B. Electronic filing (e-filing) is offered at the Wadleigh Memorial Library site, with no charge to the taxpayer. E-filing ensures more accurate tax returns and faster processing of tax refunds.

Teen Tech Squad

Mondays
3:00 PM until 5:00 PM


Have you recently acquired a new device? Need help learning how to navigate?  Drop in at the Wadleigh Library on Mondays from 3-5 p.m. to get help from students from the Milford High School Technology program.  Laptops, iPads, tablets, e-readers – all devices welcome!


Location: Reference Area

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Storytelling Program: Why Stories Matter

Tuesday March 10, 2015
6:30 PM until 8:00 PM


Thatcher Freund is a published author and journalist who will talk on the importance of stories in our lives. He speaks about stories in our culture, the change in the way stories were told as we moved from an oral to a written culture, and the effect of the Information Age on the way we tell stories and perceive ourselves today.

For more information see Thatchfreund.com

Sign up today!

Community Preparedness: What You Need To Know About Autism

Monday March 2, 2015
6:00 PM until 8:00 PM


This program is the third session in the series on Community Preparedness, presented by the members of the Greater Nashua Medical Reserve Corps. Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is the most common developmental disability and typically appears in the first three years of life. Come learn more about this topic.

Register today!

Ladies Behind Bars: A History of Women in the Spirits Industry

Tuesday March 3, 2015
6:30 PM until 8:15 PM


From mold-breaking saloon owners to current day cocktail mavens women have had a vital, though often overlooked, impact on the evolution of bars and cocktails. Boston and New York members of LUPEC (Ladies United for the Preservation of Endangered Cocktails) will present an inspiring history of ladies like Ada Coleman, former Head Bartender of the Savoy Hotel and Helen David, who opened the Brass Rail Bar in the midst of the Great Depression.

The alcohol-influenced social changes that took place during Prohibition and WWII will be addressed, as well as modern-day first ladies of bartending who are innovating behind the stick today. With the spirit and wit specific to lady barkeeps, we will celebrate the women that have influenced cocktail history.

Join us for the “After-Party” at the Pasta Loft in Milford where specialty cocktails will be sold to benefit the Library Building Fund.

Sign up today!

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