What’s Happening in June?

So many great things are happening at the library this month! Hope to see you there!

  • Engineering with GoldiBlox,
    Tuesday, June 17th,  3:00-4:00 PM. Cole Room A&B, Kids ages 4-7, accompanied by an adult caregiver. Space limited to 14. Registration required. This event will happen once a month June-August.GoldiBlox is a toy set designed to teach young children spatial and verbal skills. We will be pairing two children up, with their caregivers, to work through a story book which provides puzzles and directions for the child to build a simple machine.

  • Free Family Movie – Thor: Dark World.
    Thursday, June 26th, 7:00 PM. Cole Room A&B. For families. Sponsored by Friends of  Medway Library. Register in advance, drop-ins welcome.
  • Hula Hooping ft. Pintobella Hoops!
    Friday, June 27th, 4:00-5:00 PM. Cole Room A&B. For kids grades K-5. Register in advance, drop-ins welcome.

    Join us to learn some fantastic hula hooping skills. All hoops are provided, but wear some comfy clothes you can easily move in. Pinto Bella will read a story, perform with her hoops, and instruct everyone how to hula hoop! pinto

Author to visit the library Saturday, May 31st!

Author and illustrator David Hyde Costello is coming to Medway Library! With stories and songs this is sure to be a fun-filled morning.

Mr. Costello will be at the library at 10:30 AM!

Following his presentation you can stick around and make your own instruments out of recyclable materials. Check out our pinterest board for inspiration.

Hope to see you there!

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Mad Science of Greater Boston presents Che-Mystery!

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Saturday, May 17th from 10:30-11:30 AM.

For ages 7-12

Space is limited so register in advance! 

Take the mystery out of chemistry! This workshop introduces children to the world of chemistry through hands-on fun, discussions, and demonstrations. The children will explore one of the most exciting and fundamental sciences by experimenting with and observing various chemicals, potions, and solutions in action. They’ll explore the difference between physical and chemical reactions, watch stryofoam reduced to a puddle of goo, and see camphor provide the chemical equivalent of an outboard motor…all chemistry in motion. The kids will then get to apply the knowledge of chemical processes to make their own Mad Science bouncy ball.

This program is funded through the Walpole CFCE Program, through the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care’s Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Grant.