Grafton Public Library

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Got a Half-Day to Tinker around with?

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Need something to do on your half day Friday, September 29th? Swing by the library and grab a Tinker Bag.  Filled with miscellaneous odds & ends, there is no limit to what you can create with these grab bags. Work at the library or take one home. Don’t forget to bring your imagination!

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“Getting to Know Your Ukulele” Class

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The Grafton Public Library is offering a 4-week class session titled “Getting to Know Your Ukulele.” This class will be taught by Jan Barlow of Apple Tree Arts and is for beginners ages 13 and up – teens and adults. The classes will be held from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday, October 5th, 12th, 19th, and 26th, and will meet at One Grafton Common, Grafton, MA. Participants must commit to attending all 4 classes. This free class is limited to 12 participants. Participants need to bring a ukulele to the class. The Library has 3 ukuleles available to check out for the course of the session.

Please stop by the Library or call 508-839-4649 to register for this program and reserve a ukulele.

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Teen Program: Wreck This Journal

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Participants will each receive their own copy of Wreck This Journal by Keri SMith. Paint, poke, create, destroy, and wreck – to create a journal as unique as you are. For anyone who’s ever had trouble starting, keeping, or finishing a journal or a sketchbook comes Wreck This Journal, this illustrated book challenges readers to muster up their best mistake – and mess-making abilities to fill the pages of the book – or destroy them.

At this program we will have a bunch of supplies out to get you started on your journal.

This free program is for teens in grades 6-12. Please REGISTER online.

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Build a Scarecrow Day!

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Create and display your own scarecrow on the Library lawn or outside the fence bordering Grafton Common.

Stakes, twine, and hay will be provided on the Common at this event only.

Post a photo of your favorite scarecrow and share on social media, using the tag #GraftonMAScarecrow

Vote for a favorite scarecrow online at www.graftonlibrary.org. The winner will be announced on Friday, October 13th!

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Food for Fines is a Win-Win!

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Thank you to all our patrons who participated in our Food for Fines program from July 1 through August 31.
If you had fines on your account and brought in food for the Grafton Food Bank, the Library waived any fees related to overdue fines.
The Library is pleased to report it took in $873.63 in “food” items between June 1-Aug 31.
All the food was brought over to the Grafton Food Bank to help stock their shelves.

Thanks very much to all our patrons for participating in this win-win program!

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Delayed Opening Friday, September 15

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The Grafton Public Library will be CLOSED from 10 am-1 pm Friday, September 15th for Staff Development. The Library will be open from 1-5 pm.
Museum Passes for Friday, September 15th may be picked up on Thursday, September 14th from 10am-9pm.
Please visit our 24/7 digital library branch.
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LEGO BrickBuilders to Meet in October

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Thursday, October 5 3:30-5:00 pm

Calling all master builders ages 6-12 for an afternoon of LEGO fun!

Registration opens 9/21/2017 at graftonlibrary.org/events.

 

 

PARENTS/CAREGIVERS: CAN YOUR CHILD BE ALONE AT THE LIBRARY?

Children are always welcome at the library.  However, the library is a public building and very busy on a daily basis.  For the protection and well-being of children, the Grafton Public Library has established an Unattended Child Policy.

Please note that program attendees must also comply with the Library’s Unattended Child Policy:

  • 0-7 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian at all times;
  • 8-12 must be accompanied by parent/guardian remaining in the Library;
  • 13+ may be unaccompanied provided child is able to use Library independently and follow the Library’s Code of Conduct.
  • Children under age 13 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian over the age of 14.
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