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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!


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

word Friends of the Medway Public Library Book Sale, image of a pile of books

Oct 14, 15 & 22
  Fri (10/14) 5:30-7:30pm "Friends Only" sale, join at the door.  Memberships start at $10.
  Sat (10/15) 10am-2pm is the "General Public" sale.
  Sat (10/22) 10am-2pm is the $5-a-bag sale.  We provide the bags.

Thousands of books, DVDs & CDs available in two large rooms; Sorted and not "picked over".

 

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.

 


Read the Rainbow LGBT plus Book Club. Tuesday October 11th from 6 to 7pm. Theme: Supernatural. 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!


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. 

Check out more Makerspace details and upcoming events 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

Free Covid 19 rapid tests at the Medway library. Ask at the circulation desk. Each kit contains two tests. Available while supplies last.

 

Events Oct 3-8 please visit calendar listings

 


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Consumer Reports Online

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

ConsumerReports.org

Now available with your Medway Library card!


Haunted Lighthouses of New England  with Author Jeremy D'Entremont. Monday, October 17 from 7 to 8 pm on Zoom. Please register for this event. This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Ashland Public Library. Background is a picture of a lighthouse

Register here: https://bit.ly/3qONg2d
 
This presentation will focus on some of the macabre tales of New England’s coastal beacons, including the lovelorn spirit known as Ernie at Connecticut's New London Ledge Light and the piano playing ghost of Maine's Seguin Light.
 
Also included will be accounts of strange happenings at America's oldest light station, Boston Light, and at Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse in New Castle, New Hampshire.

Book Discussion Group. Thursday November 3rd  from 1 to 2pm  in the Medway Library Cole Room. The book:  The Lincoln Highway by Amor Towles. 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: lbrownell@minlib.net