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Medway Marches Resources

Medway Marches
Social justice, civil rights, and black history: 
Books for adults

Social justice, civil rights, and black history: 

Books for kids and teens

These lists are from spring 2020. Stop in to see all the great new stuff we've added since then--with Medway Marches' support!


MBLC Hotspots now available for lending. Call the library at (508)-533-3217 for more information. Must be 17 years or older to borrow. Hotspots funded by the American Rescue Plan Act grant administered by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners. Background picture is of a storm. Picture of a hotspot.

Borrow a hotspot and access the internet from your home or on the go.
Useful during power outages!

Medway Library Chess Group. Meets from 10:30am-1:30pm on Dec 4 2021, Jan 1 2022, Feb 5 2022, Mar 5 2022, Apr 2 2022, and May 7 2022. Background picture is of two chess pieces
 
 

 

 

 

 

ANNOUNCEMENT The Medway Library is open for browsing and computer use, Monday - Thursday: 10 am - 8 pm Friday & Saturday: 10 am - 2 pm Downstairs meeting rooms and computers  accessible until 9:30 pm Mon - Thurs. Curbside pickup remains available  12-7 Mon-Thurs and Fri 11-2.

Click this link to schedule a pickup.


Bestselling Author David Baldacci Will Discuss His Latest Book 'Mercy'  Via Zoom, Thursday, December 9th 7:00-8:00 PM    Registrants will receive a link to access the Zoom meeting via email, Picture of him and image of his book Mercy

Register Here to receive the Zoom access link

This event is hosted by the Tewksbury Public Library in collaboration with Wellesley Books and many other Massachusetts Public Libraries, including Medway Public Library.


Makerspace is Open!

Learn more about all the library has to offer in our Makerspace -- including 3D printers, Digital Image Converter, Sewing Machines, and so much more.  Check out more Makerspace details and upcoming events here...
 

STEAM up your Wednesday with the Medway Library,  Pom Pom Launchers,  Medway Public  Library Makerspace, picture of 3 pom pom (red, purple, yellow with white mixed in)

3rd Graders and up are invited to join us via Zoom to explore Science in a fun way. We will continue our exploration of Force and learn about Trajectory by building pom pom launchers!

register here

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The Makerspace. Every Thursday 10am-12pm &  Wednesday 2-4pm,  someone will be available to help with the equipment in the Makerspace - Medway Cable Access
Get help with:
  • VHS/DVD converters
  • Slide converter (Epson scanner)
  • Large scale printer
  • 8mm converter
  • Small slide/photo/negative converter

Monthly Kit Schedule

Our grab-and-go kits are supported in part by the Walpole CFCE.  

Kit schedule 2021 call 5085333217

 


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Medway Balloon Society

Medway Balloon Society, picture of computer, book, wrench &gears

Now meeting in the  Makerspace on the first Saturday of the month at 10am 
for regular engineering jam sessions. 
All are welcome!

​Dementia Friends. An Alzheimer's public awareness program focused on increasing awareness and reducing stigma in the community. A free, one hour virtual information session brought to you by Salmon Health. Wednesday Dec. 8 from 6 to 7pm. To reserve a spot, email Nancy Andrie at nandrie at salmonhealth.com. Salmon Health in conjunction with the Medway Library. Picture of Dementia Friends logo, a blue flower with a yellow and black center. Underneath are the words An Alzheimer's Society Initiative. Picture of a 4 person family, two younger adults and two elderly people
Dementia Friends
Wednesday Dec. 8 from 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Virtual Program: Dementia Friends in an Alzheimer's public awareness program focused on increasing awareness & reducing stigma in the community. After participating in a Dememtia Friends information session, participants will be able to describe dementia, and know the most common type of dementia, state the 5 key messages about dementia, explain one approach to communicating well with a person with dementia, commit to an action as a Dementia Friend in their community.
Salmon Health, in conjunction with the Medway Library, invites you to attend this free, one hour virtual information session.
To reserve a spot, please email Nancy Andrie at nandrie@salmonhealth.com