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
We all know that bicycling is a great way to get around town, keep fit, and reduce your carbon footprint. Especially during this time of quarantine, going on a bike ride is a great way to keep yourself sane by clearing your head (while keeping distance from others). But, along with your sanity, you’ve also got to maintain your bike if you want your ride to go as planned… so we’re here to help you know what to check so you’re ready to roll.
Please join us for a lunchtime virtual workshop to cover how to maintain your bike to keep you riding safe and smooth. Our knowledgeable instructors from MassBike will go through the basics in an hour-long presentation to cover how to diagnose your bike’s ABCs (Air, Brakes, and Chain). You’ll come away with a bit of home-mechanic know-how, so you can check the condition of your bike, and also fix your bike when things start to go awry.
This event is hosted by MassBike, the Dedham Public Library and the Dedham Cycle Club, and all are welcome! Please invite anyone you’re quarantined with.
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.
Join the DPL as we welcome Sean Murphy!
Sean Murphy is an Irish historian, musician, and dancer. He teaches Irish History classes at the Cultural Center of Cape Cod and the Irish Cultural Center of New England in Canton, MA, and was recently featured on the WGBH’s weekly series “A Celtic Sojourn”. He will be presenting a program about the music, dance, and comedy of Ireland remotely, via Zoom, at the Dedham Public Library Monday, June 15th at 6:30 pm.
Do you know a student in grades 5-8 who loves to read? Send them our way!
Participants will register for this event one Eventbrite. The day the book club meets our Children’s Librarian will email a secure link to the Zoom meeting to registrants. Participants can join by phone or computer.
For the month of June we will be reading After Zero by Christina Collins and meeting on Tuesday, June 16 at 2:00 p.m. We will discuss the book and also talk about whatever else we may be reading.
A free copy of the ebook and audiobook can be found here: https://www.hoopladigital.com/title/12200800 .
Have questions or want more information? Please contact Youth Services Librarian Laura Connell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chapter 1 covers levels 1 though 4 so bring a character and embark on an adventure of giant proportions.
Please sign up on Eventbrite to save your spot!
Questions? Comments? Monster Sightings?
Contact: Tobi Bentley email@example.com