Saturday, July 21 1:00-2:00 pm
Worcester State Professor, Dr. Pam Hollander, who has been teaching college students for over 20 years, will share tips about how to get “college ready.” This interactive workshop is open to any high school student, but is particularly relevant for those who plan to attend college soon.
Please register ONLINE for this program or call 508-839-4649.
Check out our Events Calendar for all the programs that are happening this week and in the weeks to come. Some programs require registration and some are drop-in. Registration opens 2 weeks prior to the program. Please register online or call 508-839-4649 to sign up.
You can also download the Full Summer Reading Calendar that lists all summer programs, summer PRIZES info, and Read to Bead info.
Mon, July 16
10:15-11:15am Silly Science at Unibank 89 Worcester St., N. Grafton
1-2pm STEM Kids at Unibank 89 Worcester St., N. Grafton
3-4pm Kids and Parents Soapmaking Workshop Municipal Center
5-6pm Teen Soapmaking Workshop Municipal Center
6:30-8:30pm Family Movie Night Coco (PG)
7-8pm Adult Soapmaking Workshop Municipal Center
Tue, July 17
9:30-10am Summer Stories
1-1:30pm Tween LEGO Build Hedgehog Municipal Center
1:30-2:30pm Daytimers Book Group A Note Yet Unsung by Tamera Alexander
2-2:30pm Teen LEGO Build Hedgehog Municipal Center
3-3:30pm Adult LEGO Build Hedgehog Municipal Center
7:30-8:30pm GPL Mystery Book Group Swing by Rupert Holmes
Wed, July 18
10:15-11:15am Once Upon a Storytime Willard House & Clock Museum, 11 Willard St.
1-3pm Teen Crafternoon Perler Beads Municipal Center
Thu, July 19
1-2pm Storyteller Diane Edgecomb Presents Rock Solid! This program is sponsored in part by the Grafton Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
3:30-5pm LEGO Brick Builders
6:30-8:30pm Teen Movie Night Coco (PG)
Fri, July 20
11-11:45am Summer Songs in the Park Fisher/Ferry Street Park 115 Ferry St.
1-3pm Tween Crafternoon Perler Beads Municipal Center
3:30-4:30pm Color Me Calm
5-9pm Teen Program: Dungeons & Dragons
Sat, July 21
1-2pm Teen Program: College Readiness Workshop
2-4pm Saturday Afternoon Knitters
4-7pm Fun in the Sun Nelson Park, 6 Prentice Street, N. Grafton
Inflatable waterslides, carnival games, prize tent, free cotton candy and popcorn, pie-eating contests, potato sack races, Ice Cream Truck and Dogfather Food Truck ($), a visit from Trax the Worcester Railers Hc mascot, music with Jan from Apple Tree Arts, Henna Tattoos with Grafton Public Library and a chance to visit booths from local organizations including the Girl Scouts, MOMS Club of Sutton/Oxford/ Millbury/Grafton, and more. See you there!
EVENT PAGE: https://www.facebook.com/events/547867795577535/
Stop by the Library on Saturday, July 14 between 10 am-4 pm and hop on the Boston Children’s Hospital Bloodmobile. A short 30-minute whole blood donation can help as many as 4 children.
To donate you must be in good health and weigh at least 110 lbs. In MA, 16 year old may donate blood but are required to have a consent form signed by a parent or legal guardian prior to donating. Print a copy of this form if you need it. If you are 17 and older, you just need to bring a form of photo ID with you.
How to Prepare to Donate Blood:
- Make sure you are well hydrated at the time of your donation. Try and limit the amount of caffeinated beverages you consume prior to giving blood.
- Do not donate on an empty stomach. Eat a good meal at least three hours prior to giving blood.
- Get a good nights rest prior to coming in to donate.
- If in the past your hemoglobin has been low, you can raise it by eating iron rich food.
- Remember to bring a photo ID with you when you come to donate.
For further eligibility requirements click here.
Walkins are welcome, appointments are preferred. Schedule an appointment now!
LOCATION: Grafton Public Library