The Library is celebrating the caped crusader in honor of his 75th anniversary! Stop in for activities, giveaways, and fun for kids, teens, and adults! A few lucky people will win prizes donated by the Friends of the Grafton Public Library.
A big THANK YOU to UniBank- 89 Worcester Street (rt 122)- for giving us this wonderful batch of books as a Random Act of Kindness. We’re so grateful to UniBank for all that they do for us, and for hosting our popular Monday STEM Storytime.
Stop by the Children’s Room to see these great new easy readers featuring popular characters, and science-themed picture books!
Thursdays, 3-5 p.m.
April 10, 17, & 24
Drop in and design your own creation, or build a specific model.
Jean, the Library LEGO lady, will provide tons of bricks, and building resources to browse or take home.
Come and create with us!
Minstrel storyteller Mary Jo Maichack will performs a short wintery tale of kindness at the Grafton Public Library on FRIDAY, February 21 at 3:00 p.m. Learn to retell the story, and discover tips for being on stage. We’ll break to make glittery silver pine cones, then gather to hear participants tell or read the tale using the pretty pine cone. This easy-to-tell tale and bauble make perfect Valentine gifts, too.
Don’t miss this chance to hear a professional, national award-winning storyteller! Space is limited; this program is appropriate for ages 4 & up. For more details or to register for the program, please contact Beth Gallaway, Library Director, at 508-839-4649 x1103 or by email at email@example.com
The Grafton Public Library is proud to be part of Grafton Celebrates the Holidays and is very pleased to host musician David Polansky in concert, Sunday, December 8th at 3:00 p.m. at 35 Grafton Common. David Polansky’s music is frequently humorous, sometimes serious, and always clever and engaging. Join us for a concert of holiday tunes and be prepared to sing!
The library will also be open from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. for cocoa and candy canes, letter writing to Santa, and story times read by one of Santa’s Elves. Be sure to leave time to follow our first-ever Storywalk, that starts and ends at the library and goes around the Grafton Common. Goodie bags will be available for children. Everyone is welcome!
For more information or questions, please contact Beth Gallaway, Director, at 508-839-4649 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
PAWSing to R.E.A.D. is a reading enrichment program for beginning or hesitant readers in grades one, two, and three. Participants read to a therapy dog once a week for a half hour for five weeks. Amidst the giggles and tail wagging, readers’ confidence, fluency, word recognition, and comprehension improve!
The dogs and their handlers are therapy team registered and certified through Delta Society Pet Partners, Tufts Paws for People, and have completed the Reading Education Assistance Dogs workshop. We regularly visit schools, hospitals, and group homes. The animals are groomed before each visit – bath, teeth brushed, and thoroughly brushed.
The PAWSing to R.E.A.D. WINTER SESSION will begin Wednesday evening January 15th in Room 33 (second floor) of the Municipal Center and run each Wednesday until February 12th. There will be two time slots – 5:00 to 5:30 and 5:45 to 6:15 with 4 spaces available per time slot. If your child could benefit from participating in this wonderful reading enrichment program, please register by calling the Children’s Room, Grafton Public Library at 508-839-4649. Space is limited, so register early! Boo, Clementine, Biscuit, and Jack are ready to read! Any questions or for more information, please contact Amanda Diurba at 508-839-3908 or email@example.com.
Here’s what to read while you’re waiting for the new adventure from the Camp Half Blood crew:
Over the summer, the grownups had a chance to read an ebook without any holds or waiting. Now it’s our turn! Overdrive, the people who make sure that Grafton kids can read ebooks, are giving us all two weeks to read Nancy Clancy, Super Sleuth by Jane O’Connor without needing to place a hold or wait. You can download a copy of the book by clicking here or check out all of the ebooks available by looking at their menu. Let’s get reading!
The new Wimpy Kid book, Hard Luck, is due out on November 5th. In case you’ve lost count, this is the eighth book in the Wimpy Kid series and something important is about to happen. Rowley decides that Greg isn’t exactly best friend material, and Greg needs to find a few new friends. He’s leaving his fate up to a roll of the dice. What kind of friends will he wind up with? Ready to read? You can go ahead and place a hold on a library copy here. Be the first to get your hands on our copy by reserving now!
Grafton Public Library is partnering with UniBank to provide a special math-themed children’s Story Time. Every Wednesday at 10:30am, join Jenny and her puppet frog Frankie, in the beautiful community room at UniBank’s newest branch located at 89 Worcester Street (Route 122) in North Grafton. We will read stories about math and science concepts, listen to music and sing songs, and practice counting. In addition, kids can learn how to sign up for their very own savings account!
Story Time will take place at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesdays throughout October. All ages are welcome. No registration is required. The dates include:
If you have any questions, please call or email the library at 508-839-4649 or firstname.lastname@example.org.