The museum is open daily during Municipal Office working hours.  You are welcome to drop by and visit.




Seeking an enthusiastic, well-organized, detailed-oriented individual with strong word-processing skills to assist the Waterbury Historical Society in preparing a new history manuscript covering the Waterbury community over the past twenty years (2000 to 2021).  The forthcoming book has been accepted for publication.


Duties:  The ideal candidate is a team player, who is proficient with Google Docs and the Microsoft Office suite of products; able to organize and manage electronic files including applying accepted security practices; and can meet deadlines.  Tasks required of the position will include:

  1. Word processing of draft book content including narrative chapters, index, bibliography, notes, table of contents, and miscellaneous appendices; and

  2. Coordinating with the Waterbury Historical Society’s New History Book Committee; and

  3. Implementing manuscript revisions requested by the publisher.


Timeframe:  February 22, 2021 to August 15, 2021 with a weekly level-of-effort estimated at 8 to 10 hours.  Additional hours may be available after August 15th depending on the publisher’s schedule and the number of revisions requested for the final manuscript.


Compensation:  This is a limited, part-time contract position with a compensation rate of $20.00 per hour and no benefits.  The contractor will be responsible for paying all taxes and will be provided with a 1099R for tax filing purposes. 


If Interested:  Submit a cover letter, resume and three references to:

            Waterbury Historical Society

            PO Box 708

            Waterbury, VT  05676


            Or Via Email to


Deadline:  Friday, January 29, 2021 at 5 pm.

The Waterbury Historical Society is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 


For Questions or To Request a Copy of the Publisher’s Guide for Writers:  Contact Cindy at

Outreach Education

It Takes a Village to Love its Seniors

The Waterbury Senior Center and our Outreach Education Committee, which includes Jane Willard, Skip Flanders, Margo Sayah, and Grace Sweet together had planed programs to follow the noon meal at the

Senior Center.   We got this far before Covid-19 hit.

January 17th  DVD of the train art on the railroad bridge

February 14th  Slides and talk about the Mount Mansfield Electric Railroad

March 13th  Sharing family artifacts  

The Senior Center is now closed  --  we will let you know when they reopen.

In the meantime the Outreach Education Committee is providing 80 small gifts that will be delivered

with Meals on Wheels lunches each week.  The first week included a mystery photo of the 1927

Waterbury Flood Thanksgiving.  The answer arrived in the next week's meal.  Some of the gifts we have

received already include 80 Thanksgiving cards from Margo Sayah, 80 "A Vermont Christmas Tree" 

booklet from WDEV, 80 "Waterbury The Other Love of My Life" written by Kevin Eurich, Christmas Carol 

Quizzes prepared by Sue Johansen, 80 tea bags, 80 handmade ornaments, 80 Notecards by Alix (Art by 

Alix) and 80 magnets given by Alix.  The Eastern Star will provide 80 packs of cocoa, pre-packaged

Milano cookies and a few Hershey's kisses.  We also received 100 disposable masks courtesy of the

Rossi Family foundation and Waterbury Rotary.  Many small gifts have been given and will be put 

together to make 80 gifts.  If you need more information or wish to  participate please contact 

Margo Sayah at 244-7201 or email her at  Special thanks to all for

helping make this holiday season a little brighter for our seniors during this pandemic.

Made and Donated by Harriet Grenier