Saturday, January 26
Join us for a crafternoon of star making. You’ll learn how to fold these mini origami stars and take them home in your own wishing jar. Your wishing jar will make a great decoration piece but can also use the stars to make earrings, garland, mobiles and more. All supplies will be provided.
TWEENS in grades 3-5 will meet from 1-2 pm. Sign up is required and opens January 12th. Sign up ONLINE or call 508-839-4649.
TEENS in grades 6-12 will meet from 2:30-3:30 pm. Sign up is required and open January 12. Sign up ONLINE or call 508-839-4649.
Do you like to write? Do you want to get some practice in writing and possibly share with other writers? If so, please consider joining fellow writers at the Grafton Library. We gather to learn and to share on the 3rd Thursday of the month.
The group is open to writers age 16 and up, and is held in the Main Reading Room of the Library, facilitated by Tasha and Stephen Halpert.
Wednesday, January 2, 2019 at 7:00 pm
Is one of your resolutions to be more organized in 2019? Using a planner, organizer or bullet journal might be the solution for you! We’ll talk about the differences between using a Happy Planner or Erin Condren Life Planner or bullet journal. Then we’ll share some tips and tricks with you. Do you already use a planner? Come and share your own tips and tricks.
This free program is for adults and teens (grades 6-12). Sign up is required. A minimum of 5 participants are needed to run this event.
Hoopla is a platform for downloading ebooks, e-audiobooks, comics, movies, tv shows and music with your Grafton Library Card. If you haven’t tried it yet, register today at
Now is a great time to try Hoopla while we have increased the borrow limit from 8 to 12 items!
We are thankful for our patrons and have increased the borrow limit on hoopla to 12 from November 23 through the end of the year as a gift to help with your Holiday viewings!
Tuesday, October 23 7:30 pm
Teens & Adults! Come learn how to make Steampunk clothing accessories…a mix of a Victorian past and a sci-fi future combine!
Please REGISTER for this program.
Then you’ll be ready to attend the Grafton Historical Society’s “Steampunk and Victorian Era Presentation and Costume Party on Saturday, November 3, 2018 from 6pm-9pm. Check the Grafton Historical Society Facebook event for more info.
Celebrate Dinovember with a special Lego Dino Build on Wednesday, November 7th!
This program will be held at the Grafton Municipal Center, second floor, Room D
Due to the popularity of the Library’s LEGO Build programs, we are doing a special registration to ensure more patrons have the opportunity to participate.
Please complete the form for each teen or tween you would like to sign up.
Completing this registration does not guarantee you a spot. Registration will remain open until November 2nd. Registrants will be notified on November 3rd.
Learn Stage Presence & Mic Techniques in this “Own the Room” Workshop on Monday, August 6th.
Knowing how to walk on and off stage, stand, introduce yourself and bow are essential to a professional performance. This workshop is fun, safe and easy. Come with the ability to introduce yourself. Leave with the simple, practical skills to blow the room away the next time you present yourself in front of ANY audience from 1-1,000. This is not a singing or speech workshop, rather a singer, performer, or speaker’s bag of tricks for poise, presence and power. Gain confidence and poise in front of a group. Please register for this workshop. Location is the Grafton Municipal Center, Room D.
The Teen workshop meets from 3:30-5:00 pm. TEEN Registration
The Adult workshop meets from 6:00-7:30 pm. ADULT Registration
Tuesday, July 31 at 6:00 pm
Find out why hawks, owls, eagles, and falcons are considered birds of prey and discover their diversity while meeting live birds of prey native to Massachusetts. We’ll share some tips to help you see these birds more often where you live. There are many more out there than you might think!
LOCATION: Municipal Center Gym, 30 Providence Road
This free program is for all ages – children, teens and adults.
Due to the weather forecast, NERF Games has been rescheduled to Saturday, August 4th from 2-3pm
on Grafton Common.
Get moving with NERF Games! We will play organized games (on the Grafton Common) like capture the flag, defend the castle, and the all-time-favorite, Zombies! NERF Blasters and goggles will be provided.
Please register ONLINE.
This free program is for teens in grades 6-12.
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.