Medway Public Library

  Catalog     Website  
Medway Public Library

  Catalog     Website  

View Complete Calendar of Events

The Medway Library is open  Monday - Thursday: 10 am - 8 pm Friday & Saturday: 10 am - 2 pm Downstairs access is  available until 9:30 pm Mon. - Thurs. Curbside pickup is available Mon.- Fri.

Click this link to schedule a pickup.


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!

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:

Don't have a library card? Sign up here:

Toddler Jam Mondays and Tuesdays at 11 with Miss Amy Medway Public Library

Mondays & Tuesdays at 11:00am at the Library.

Newborns to 3-year-olds are invited to this drop-in program of stories, fingerplays and songs accompanied by mountain dulcimer.  Children must be accompanied by parent/caregiver.

Toddler Jam is held in the Cole room located on the lower level of the library.

Paws To Read with Sprite, Medway Public Library

Could your child use a little reading help? Reading to a dog is an excellent and FUN way to improve! 
Slots are 15 minutes in length and registration is required.
Bring your own books or use ours! Many thanks to our PAWS to Read volunteers for their assistance.
Next session is April (date TBA) from 6-7pm. 
Sign up using the Eventkeeper or call the library at (508) 533-3217.

International Poster Exhibition

International Women’s Day, An International Poster Exhibition From the collection of Stephen Lewis, On display at the Medway Library  March 6 - 30, This project is supported in part by a grant from the Medway Local Cultural Council a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural council, a state agency

Posters are on display all month in the Conference Room and throughout the lower level of the  library.
Stop by and check them out!

Cosplay Club.Saturday March 25th from 12pm to 1:00pm  in the Medway Library Makerspace. Cosplayers of any level welcome! Feel free to wear your cosplay costume!

 Young adults are welcome to come hang out and discuss cosplay with other like minded individuals and feel free to wear your cosplay. 

Read the Rainbow LGBT plus Book Club. Tuesday April 11th from 4 to 5pm. Theme: fantasy. Bring any LGBT plus book to discuss that fits the theme. Meets in the Medway Library Makerspace. All identities welcome! For grades 7 and up! snacks and a free book

Medway Library Book Discussion Group. Thursday April 6th from 1 to 2pm  in the Medway Library Cole Room. The book: News of the World  by Paulette Jiles. copies are available at circulation desk. picture of the book cover

We invite anyone who is interested in the selection of the month to join our lively discussion.
Contact Lorie for more information:

The OH SHOOT! Photography Group. March challenge: Birds. Next Meeting: Thursday April 6th at 7pm  in the Medway Public Library Cole Room. Photo of a bird

***We aim for new photographs that you take specifically for this challenge***

The OH SHOOT! Photography Group is a monthly forum for people who enjoy photography and want to chanllenge their photography skills through mutual exchange of knowledge and experience.

Group meets in the Medway Library Cole Room at 7pm the first Thursday of every month unless otherwise stated

Contact Lorie at for more info

Visit with Noggin the Sled Dog

Visit with noggin  the sled dog. Thursday March 30th from 6:00-7:30pm  in the Medway Library Cole Room. Karen Land will speak about her experiences participating in the Iditarod sled dog races in Alaska. Registration is preferred; walk-ins welcome.

Noggin will be visiting the library on Thursday March 30th at 6pm. 

Come hear about all of his adventures as an Iditarod sled dog.

Program is appropriate for all ages.  Registration preferred; walk-ins welcome.

Click here to register for the program

Massachusetts Library CollaborativE 50+ Job Seekers Networking Group

Massachusetts Library Collaborative 50+ Job Seekers Networking Group, First session , January4th!, Brought to you by 60 MA libraries including Medway Public Library
The 50+ Job Seekers Networking Group program supports people fifty years and older looking for a new job, a new career direction, or a Second Act career.
Take advantage of these free biweekly skill-building and networking group meetings.
A new topic will be covered at each meeting. Pick and choose which sessions you would like to attend.  All meetings are on Zoom. (Zoom room opens 30 minutes early for informal networking & resource sharing).
Build Your Job Search Toolkit:
5. Mar. 1/8 Developing A Resume – Part 1
6. Mar. 15/22 Developing A Resume – Part 2
7. Apr. 5/12 Creating A LinkedIn Profile
8. Apr. 19/26 LinkedIn – Personal Branding
9. May 3/10 Interview Preparation/Strategy
10. May 17/24 Interview Practice
11. Jun. 7/14 Hiring Employer Event
12. Jun. 21/28 Networking 2.0 – Give To Get!
Register for Wednesday AM (9:30am-11:30am) here:
Register for Wednesday PM (6pm-8pm) here:

weekly events Mar. 20-25

See What's New!

Wowbrary. Sign up for weekly emails about Medway Public Library's newest books, movies and music.

Be sure to check your Spam and Junk folders to make sure the newsletter doesn't end up there by mistake.

Mushroom Growing

Fungi Frenzy:  A Beginner's Guide to Outdoor Mushroom Growing. Tuesday, March 28th 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm  in the Medway Library Cole Room. Registration preferred, walk-ins welcome.

Discover the magic of backyard mushroom growing! Join our master gardener, Mark, in this hands-on workshop where you'll learn the ins and outs of cultivating three easy-to-grow mushroom varieties: Shiitakes, Oysters, and Wine Caps. Not only will you learn about the life cycle and needs of these fungi, but you'll also discover the benefits of using straw or wood chips as a growing media and how to utilize every part of a tree for mushroom cultivation.

Join us for SpeakOUT's LGBTQ plus panel. Tuesday, April 11th from 7:00 to 8:30pm in the Medway Library Cole Room. in conjunction with Medway Area Rainbow Community

SpeakOUT is an LGBTQ+ speakers bureau that raises awareness about our community within a variety of settings across the region.
Join us on Tuesday, April 11 at 7pm to hear from panelists with varied LGBTQ+ identities who will share their personal stories and open up a dialogue with the audience.
SpeakOUT's motto is "Ask Us Anything" and we create a space for folks to ask questions they may not have any other place to ask them. Open to all who are interested.
A great opportunity for parents or other family members to find out about community resources and to share strategies with each other.

Medway Library now has access to America's News

America's News

Search current and archived news at the local, state, regional and national levels, including Milford Daily News, Metrowest Daily News and many other Massachusetts newspapers.

Free Covid 19 rapid tests at the Medway library.Available at each entrance. Each kit contains two tests. Available while supplies last.


Consumer Reports Online

Medway Public Library now has online access to Consumer Reports. Check out the link below.

Now available with your Medway Library card!