Wilmington Town Common Middlesex Ave & School St, Wilmington, MA01887 The town common was established in the late nineteenth century due to a gift from a local named Mrs. Sabra Carter.…More Today, the common, located across from the high school, is used as the main meeting point for the town's recreational activities, including the award-winning July Fourth celebrations.
Wilmington High School 159 Church St, Wilmington, MA01887 Wilmington High School is a public high school, serving grades 9-12, located across the street from the town…More Common. It is the home of the Wilmington Wildcats and strives to promote not only academic, but also personal and social growth for its students through a variety of courses options and extracurricular activities.
Elderly Services Department 15 School St, Wilmington, MA01887 The Elderly Services Department provides services that advocate senior citizen (residents 60-years-old and older) rights…More and promotes their well-being. The department organizes classes, social events, volunteer programs that benefit the elderly, legal and fuel assistance and a host of other services. Most of these classes and groups meet up at the Buzzell Senior Center that overlooks the Town Common.
Wilmington Memorial LIbrary 175 Middlesex Ave, Wilmington, MA01887 First called the Wilmington Social Library, the award-winning Wilmington Memorial Library was established at the time of…More the Civil War. However, the building has changed locations and size a number of times. Today, the building rests at 175 Middlesex Ave., near the Town Common, and offers a number of classes for local residents as well as computer space, audio-books, CDs and, of course, an ample supply of books.