The Medway Public Library is closed on summer Saturdays, from July through Labor Day.

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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!


Free Summer Lunch and Fun at the Library

Medway Public Library Free Summer Lunch And Fun, picture of a sandwich

 

Starting Tuesday June 28, the Medway Library will offer free lunches on Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays from 12pm until 1pm for children and their caregivers. Lunch will be served on a first come, first served basis while supplies last. All are welcome; there are no restrictions and income information is not needed. TEENS are welcome to stop by and grab some lunch too. There will be programs before lunch, starting at 11am, for children of preschool age and younger. Toddler Jam is held on Tuesday mornings at Choate Park and Story Time is held on Wednesdays and Thursdays at the library. Activities for older children start at 1pm in the Makerspace. This program is funded by the support of local businesses and organizations in the surrounding communities. This program will end Thursday Aug 25.

 

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.


Makerspace is Open

the word MAKE spelled out in wooden blocks on top of multicolor gears

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

 

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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

Salem Press/Grey House Online Database is offering Medway residents free access to curated content on current events in  Ukraine and Russia through a historical Lens. All you need to access the information is a library card. Photo of split Russian and Ukrainian flag.

Link to database: https://online-salempress-com.mwyproxy.minlib.net/home.do

Don't have a library card? Sign up here: https://library.minlib.net/selfreg
 
 

Medway Library Book Group at Medway Senior Center. Aug 4th Four Winds by Kristin Hannah, Sept 1st Deacon King Kong by James McBride, Oct 6th The Personal Librarian by Marie Benedict. Group meets first Thursday every month from 1 to 2pm at the Senior Center Library. Background is a ring of books

First meeting is Thursday August 4th

Interested readers are invited to attend and participate in a casual discussion of the monthly book selection.

Books will be available at the Medway Public Library circulation desk one month prior to the meeting, or are available by request.

Group meets at the Medway Senior Center Library

 

Events June 27-Jul 1: please visit calendar listings

 


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Local Author Panel: Writing for the LGBTQ+ Community. Wednesday June 30th from 7pm to 8:15pm on Zoom. Registration required. With Bren Bataclan, Sarah Jean Horwitz, Federico Erebia, Anna Burke, and Jane C. Esther. Presented by Ashland Public Library in collaboration with a multitude of MA libraries. Picture of a brickwall painted rainbow.

Register here: https://bit.ly/3kihVBL

 
A conversation with Bren Bataclan, Anna Burke, Federico Erebia, Jane C. Esther, and Sarah Jean Horwitz as they discuss their books, their writing, and the impact they have on readers of all ages!

Environmental Club Mondays 6:30 to 7:30 PM in the Medway Library Makerspace


 

Cosplay Club. Saturday July 16th and 30th from 12pm to 1:30pm  in the Medway Library Makerspace. Cosplayers of any level welcome! Feel free to wear your cosplay! Picture of a person wearing a cosplay