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 Tufts Main Library, opened in the fall of 2020 and located at 46 Broad Street in Weymouth Landing, offers numerous services from Story Times, museum passes, book clubs, computer rooms, a Local History Room, a book store operated by Friends of the Weymouth Public Libraries, and much more.

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.  Call for more information 781-682-6140 and/or check out their Facebook page: Weymouth Elder Services.

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.  Call for information at 781-340-2405.

Weymouth Garden Club – Established in 1931 to promote an interest in gardening and to beautify Weymouth. Their involvement in the town includes caring for the Abigail Adams Green, planting daffodils to welcome spring to our community, providing garden therapy at a nursing home, and hosting a yearly plant sale. The club awards a Weymouth town scholarship each year from the proceeds of the plant sale. Other civic and community projects include Books in Bloom at Tufts Main Library, Weymouth Food Pantry support, Weymouth Youth & Family Services support, floral displays at the main library, WCA9 video productions, holiday decorating of the mayor’s office, and an annual door decorating contest and holiday wreath sale.

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.  The Holbrook Homestead is open Wednesdays from 9 A.M. – 1 P.M., 781-340-1022.