Library CLOSED Until Further Notice. In response to concerns around COVID-19 and in an effort to ensure the health and safety of staff and patrons town buildings are closed to the public. The town website has more information about town departments. For updates on Spencer cases check out the Spencer Town Website. (7/16/20)
Available inside and outside near the library building.
WiFi Network = SpencerLib-patron
Password = SpencerLibrary
Help with Heating, Food, & Bills
- Charitable Needs/Prouty Fund (for Spencer residents)
- Mary Queen of the Rosary Food Pantry (for Spencer residents)
- SNAP/Food Stamps
- WIC (Food for Woman Infant Children)
- Hearts for Heat, Spencer. Whether you heat with oil, electric, gas, wood or pellets, if you are a town resident and can not afford heat, please apply for assistance. For an application form, please pick one up at the Spencer Town Hall, Library, or here.
- The Richard Sugden Library, Spencer, collects non-perishable items for the Mary Queen of the Rosary Church Food Pantry.
- Library Home Delivery Service (Free library Home Delivery Service to the home-bound in our area. Homebound patrons are able to request books and have them delivered to their homes once a week. For questions call the Library at (508) 885-7513.)
- Coupons (The Library has a box containing free coupons located at the Main Desk.)
- Eyeglass Donation Center (The library accepts donations of eyeglasses for the Spencer Lions Club.)
The IRS encourages everyone to use the Tax Withholding Estimator to perform a quick “paycheck checkup.” This is even more important following the recent changes to the tax law for 2018 and beyond.
The Tax Withholding Estimator helps you identify your tax withholding to make sure you have the right amount of tax withheld from your paycheck.
Visit the RMV’s Online Service Center for over 30 transactions that can be completed online and skip the trip to the RMV. If you need to visit the RMV, Get Ready Online first.
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