Community Resources

Weymouth Recreation – The Town of Weymouth has an exceptional recreation department, with programs all year for ages three and up.  Summer programs offer an array of activities for children and adults alike.  Many of the major programs are offered in North Weymouth to take advantage of the waterfront resources.

Weymouth Town Libraries – The main branch library (Tufts Library) is located at 46 Broad Street in Weymouth Landing and offers numerous services from Story Times, museum passes, book clubs, and much more.  North Weymouth has its own library – the North Branch Library at 220 North Street, which has a wide selection of books as well as Story Times for children.  To register for Story Time at the North Branch, please call 781-337-1402

Whipple Senior Center – Weymouth has a vibrant senior center, conveniently located in the McCulloch Building at 182 Green Street, North Weymouth, where many resources are available for those in town who are 60 and over.

Veterans Affairs – Weymouth takes great pride in its military heritage.  Five Weymouth citizens have been awarded the Medal of Honor, more than any other town in the United States.  The Veterans Affairs office is located in the McCulloch Building, 182 Green Street, North Weymouth.

Weymouth Garden Club – Established in 1931 to promote an interest in gardening and to beautify Weymouth.  The WGC maintains  Abigail Adams Green in North Weymouth near the Birthplace, and holds annual plant sales. The WGC is also responsible for the daffodils that pop up around town every spring.

Weymouth Historical Society – The Weymouth Historical Society founded in 1879 is a non-profit organization funded by donations and membership dues. The Society maintains and operates the Weymouth History Room on the lower level of the Tufts Main Library and the Jason Holbrook Homestead at 238 Park Street, South Weymouth.

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