Looking for something fun to do after school? Do you like board games? video games? Or card games? Then come on down the Endicott Library for the Endicott Library Gamer Club from 3:00-4:00pm every Tuesday afternoon. Join Tobi as he brings out new games to play every week or bring your own games to play with friends.
Questions? Contact Tobi at email@example.com
Join us in making a copper wire ball in which we will pack loose wool fibers. These can be hung outside in Spring as birds are preparing to nest. They will perch and pull wool fibers to bring back to line their nests for their babies!
Open to Adults and Teens Space is limited so please register through Eventbrite.
Bring your current sewing, knitting, crocheting, embroidery and needle-felting projects… or start something new, here at the Dedham Public Library’s maker space.
We will provide:
small fabric samples,
a sewing machine,
needles and thread,
wool roving & tools for needle-felting,
yarns of all types,
and good company to inspire and feed your creative soul.
Contact Gianna if you have any questions. gbird@minlib.
Do you worry about your parents? Is their home or health becoming too much to manage?
Join Roberta Hershon, Realtor, Seniors Real Estate Specialist; Brenda Stewart, Certified Dementia Practitioner; Maria Baler, Esq and Brett Goverman, Certified Financial Planner as they discuss how to navigate eldercare.
Come down to the Endicott Library for Teen Anime Club. Enjoy a different Anime theme and activity each month while we stream everything from Slice of Life, Action, Comedy to Giant Robots!
Recommended for ages 12 and up. Have a Anime recommendation? Questions? Comments? Email Tobi Bentley at firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet in small groups to practice speaking with a tutor. Use library resources to improve your English and help your children with homework. All language levels welcome. Tutoring groups meet on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 6:30 pm – 8:15 pm at the Dedham Public Library Endicott Branch.
Tutoring starts January 15, 2020 and ends May 7, 2020.
There is no tutoring February 19 and April 22.
All Language levels welcome.
Parents of Dedham school aged children have priority.
Please be sure to register for this event on Eventbrite.
An art journal is an easy way to help you connect with that inner artist and awaken your creative gifts that you may not even be aware you have yet.
Art Journaling can be a very freeing… a great way to express yourself, work through thoughts and ideas, and experiment.
You can write, draw, and create almost anything… from the playful silly to the contemplative and serious. There are absolutely no limits!
Join us on Wednesday, March 11, from 7:00 to 8:00, at the Dedham Public Library.
We will provide all supplies and get you on your way!
Meet in small groups to practice speaking with a tutor.
Use library resources to improve your English and to help your children with homework. All language levels welcome.
Tutoring groups meet on
Wednesday from 6:30 pm – 8:15 pm
Thursdays from 6:30 pm – 8:15 pm
Tutoring starts January 15th and ends May 7, 2019.
Excluding February 20 and April 23 .
Questions? email@example.com or 781-751-9291.
Parents of Dedham school aged children have priority.
This 90 minute presentation will demonstrate techniques for overcoming common sleep problems like “trouble falling asleep,” “difficulty staying asleep,” “excessive thinking,” “waking too early,” and “daytime sleepiness.” Rick Clerici C.Ht., is a Certified Clinical Sleep Educator and has helped thousands of people increase the quality and quantity of their sleep.
Presented by Dedham’s Human Rights Commission, the Dedham Public Library, Dedham Library Innovation Team, and The Friends of the Dedham Public Library
EDIT: Out of concern for our patrons’ health and safety, the Dedham Public Library has decided to limit Saturday’s candidate forum to only major office candidates. In an effort to mitigate the spread of germs, the library will also be streaming the event on its Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/dedhampubliclibrary). We apologize for any inconvenience. Check the library’s website (https://www.dedhamlibrary.com/) and Facebook page for any further updates.
The Dedham Public Library, with the League of Women Voters of Westwood, Walpole, and Dedham, are excited to announce our first ever candidate forum on Saturday March 14th at 2pm at the Main Library, 43 Church Street. This forum will give residents the chance to hear from the candidates in a kid friendly environment. Candidates in major contested races will have the opportunity to give an opening statement, field questions from the audience, and give a closing statement; candidates for Town Meeting will be able to give a short statement. Please contact Amber Moroney at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Come and enjoy Super Awesome Fun Time! Mondays @ 3:30pm for music, song, stories, and sensory play for all. You don’t want to miss this. Free and for all ages!
Registration is required for this free event. When registering please register yourself and the number of children that are planning to attend.
Go on a scientific discovery with Little Lab Coats! Perform exciting experiments to explore the basic properties of science in an easy and fun way. No experience or previous knowledge required. This program is for children ages 6-9. Registration is required.
Oceans: Pack your snorkels as we explore the depths of the ocean. Learn about the different levels of the ocean and their effect on sea life. Discover what enables creatures to live in complete darkness and over 1000 meters below the surface. Draw your own ocean with sharks, coral, and more!