Weathersfield has many wonderful community efforts to enrich the lives of our residents. Here are just a few:
Weathersfield Food Shelf
Open every Thursday from 2:00PM - 3:00PM / Location: Route 106 at the old Perkinsville Elementary School
Youth Partnership Program
Weathersfield-is-Togethersfield is looking for adults willing to donate their time to local youth.
If you have a hobby or skill to share, please let us hear from you! Possibilities include hiking, cross-country skiing, arts and crafts, etc..
Telephone:  263-5439
Weathersfield-is-Togethersfield Senior Citizens' Potluck Luncheons
Weathersfield-is-Togethersfield hosts Senior Citizens' Potluck Luncheons - but all ages are welcome! - during the autumn, winter, and spring months.
For information, contact
Lorraine Zigman / 263-5245
Free Income Tax Assistance
The AARP is offering free Income Tax Preparation to people who cannot afford professional assistance.
If you need information or assistance, please contact
Terry / Springfield Senior Center / 802-885-3933
Weathersfield - Cavendish - Ludlow Home Repair Program
This year, financial assistance is available to .....
Low and moderate income homeowners to improve their homes.
All types of homes may be assisted under the program [income limits related to household size apply].
The program has resources available to rehabilitate several homes in Weathersfield, Cavendish, and Ludlow.
If you are an interested homeowner, you must apply to the program. Don't put it off!
For further information and an application, contact
Rockingham Area Community Land Trust
Telephone:  885-3220
Tobacco Cessation Program
Mount Ascutney Hospital's Tobacco Cessation Program is available to Weathersfield residents.
* One-on-One Counseling
* Nicotine Replacement Therapy - Free for eligible applicants
* Access to the Vermont Quitline
* Group Cessation Classes
For more details, or to make an appointment, please call:
Melanie Peet, Cessation Coordinator
Telephone:  674-7089
The third Tuesday of every month throughout the year,
the Vermont Department of Health's Commodities Supplemental Food Program will be making deliveries at Martin Memorial Hall in Ascutney.