news article, "The previous library, The Hart Free Public Library, was 4,000 square feet and has now been rebuilt to the new 17,000 square foot building which features a senior center, meeting hall, and a library equipped with wireless internet access and 56 state of the art public access computers."
The History / Genealogy room was locked, and I didn't ask to be let in. From what I could see, it didn't look like there was a lot available for genealogists.
Sterilite Corporation was founded in 1939 in Fitchburg, MA as a partnership between Saul and Edward Stone and Earl Tupper, the inventor of Tupperware. The company moved to Townsend in 1968. This is the company that gifted the huge three building complex.
Shared hallway between the three facilities.
Main room in the Senior Center.Above is the Senior Center, Meeting Rooms and Library, all connected by a walkway and have shared restrooms.
Lovely pine trees surround part of the library complex.
Hart Free Library, built in 1929.
Side view of the old Hart Free Library.