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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us for an afternoon craft on Tuesday, March 3 at 3:30 at the Main Library. This week we will be making our own dragon eggs. Children will sculpt their dragon egg out of clay and use sea glass, seashells, and gems to decorate them.
All supplies will be provided and is open to children of all ages. Please be sure to register for this event as supplies are limited.
If you registered and are unable to attend please email or call Ms. Laura at 781-751-9283, email@example.com.
Calling all heroes, adventurers, dungeon-crawlers, and other foolish mortals: Will you face the unspeakable terror of the horrific and aptly-named Tomb of Annihilation?
This program is recommended for experienced D&D players aged 10-18. Newer and younger players are invited to check out our D&D for Kids.
Questions? Contact Jonah Smiley, Teen and Youth Services Librarian. firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us for a screening of Left on Pearl, a documentary film about a highly significant but little-known event in the history of the women’s liberation movement, the 1971 takeover and occupation of a Harvard University-owned building by hundreds of Boston area women. One of the film’s executive producers, Susan Jacoby, will be on hand to introduce the film as well as answer questions after the film. Left on Pearl t-shirts will also be available for purchase.
Left on Pearl is a documentary about a highly significant but little-known event in the history of the women’s liberation movement, the 1971 takeover and occupation of a Harvard University-owned building by hundreds of Boston area women. The ten-day occupation of 888 Memorial Drive by women demanding a Women’s Center and low income housing for the community in which the building stood, embodied within it many of the hopes, triumphs, conflicts and tensions of Second Wave feminism. One of the few such takeovers by women for women, this action was transformative for the participants, and led directly to the establishment of the longest continuously operating Women’s Center in the U.S.
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.
Come join Ms. Marsha as we play, sing, dance, create simple crafts, and listen to stories at Tottime Sing n Learn. This monthly playgroup includes freeplay, simple crafts, music and movement and stories tied to a monthly theme. Infants and toddlers will have an opportunity to be engaged by toys and activities designed to enhance their development and provide them with a group experience. Caregivers will be able to connect with other caregivers with children of similar age.
This group is designed for infants and toddlers ages 9 months-3 years old and their caregivers. No need to register, just drop in! If you have questions email Ms Marsha at email@example.com
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? firstname.lastname@example.org or 781-751-9291.
Parents of Dedham school aged children have priority.
Panel Discussion on Mental Health
THURSDAY, MARCH 5TH
ENDICOTT ESTATE, DEDHAM
This program is part of the “One Book Dedham” initiative to engage the community through literature and other events to increase mental health awareness and support in the community. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. with light refreshments and a chance to gather and mingle. The panel will go from 7-8 p.m., followed by a Q and A session with the audience.
The panel will focus on how to improve mental health awareness and strategies to support those who suffer from depression and anxiety across the community.
The following participants will be on the panel:
- Ashley Dube, Psy.D, NCSP, LEP, Director of Counseling for the Dedham Public Schools
- Angela Osei-Mensah, LICSW, Youth Services Counselor for Dedham Youth Commission
- Nancy Frumer Styron J.D., Psy.D, Clinical Director of The Children’s Room (grief support agency), Arlington, MA
- Jim McCauley, LICSW, Associate Director of the Riverside Trauma Center.
- Katherine King, Psy.D, Geropsychology faculty at William James College.
Other mental health professionals from the Dedham school system and community will also be in attendance and may be available to share resources. The program is free and open to all.
This program is presented by the Dedham Human Rights Commission, Dedham Public Library, Dedham Library Innovation Team, and Friends of the Dedham Public Library as part of the One Book Dedham program.
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.