Saturdays, 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
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Volunteer income tax preparation will be available by appointment at the Main Library on most Saturdays until April 14th.
Preparation and filing of annual tax returns by IRS-certified volunteers. All volunteers are certified in Standards of Conduct (Ethics) and current tax law and have received other IRS required training. Services are free of charge to families and individuals whose total household income is $54,000 or less. All information is kept strictly confidential.
Win movie tickets to Wallingford Holiday Cinema and help us choose the next movies to add to our Binge Boxes!
Last summer we launched our Binge Box collection with five movies packaged in each box, ready to binge watch. Our Binge Boxes include movies in particular genres, created by certain directors, or movies in a series.
The Binge Boxes are so popular we want to add to the collection! We asked you what some of your favorite movies are and selected titles that we don’t currently have in our Binge Boxes. To decide which new boxes to create, all the titles will be competing in our March Movie Madness competition.
Here’s How It Works:
In February —
Fill in a March Movie Madness bracket with your predictions of which film will win against each other and submit it to the library before February 28th. Don’t forget to include a winner!
In March —
Each day in March, vote for your favorite films in match-ups posted on our Facebook and Twitter pages. The winning film of each match will move onto the next round.
Everyone who correctly predicts the final outcome will be put in a drawing to win movie tickets to Wallingford Holiday Cinema. The Final Four films will also be used to create four new thematic Binge Boxes.
The mission of Wallingford’s Poet Laureate Program is to communicate the value of poetry and use poetry as a means to inspire, inform, and entertain the community at large. The Poet Laureate of the Town of Wallingford serves as an ambassador of the community’s vibrant literary life – promoting its literary community and celebrating the written word.
To be considered, a nominee must be a poet and resident of Wallingford or employed in Wallingford, and available and willing to collaborate with other town poets to develop and present poetry-related activities that address the objectives of the laureate program.
Completed applications must be received no later than 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 28th, 2018.