The Grafton Public Library will be CLOSED in observation of Veteran’s Day, honoring all who served the US in the military, on Monday, November 12, 2018. No items are due this day. The Library will reopen at 10:00 AM on Tuesday, November 13.
Museum passes for Monday may be picked up in advance on Thursday (10 am-9 pm), Friday or Saturday (10am-5pm).
Please visit our digital branch online to read a newspaper, check out an ebook, learn a new language, and more!
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.
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 Wednesday, October 17 3:00 pm at the Grafton Library.
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.
Literary Historian Rob Velella will portray himself as Edgar Allen Poe. Through his interactive role with the audience, we will begin to understand the man “Poe” himself. Mr. Velella offers these words” The problem with classic literature today is many people assume it’s too boring or too difficult. My goal is to prove them wrong.”
The program will be held at the Grafton Historical Society (71 Main Street, South Grafton) at 2pm on Sunday, October 14th. There is a $10 suggested donation for attending.
This program is sponsored by the Grafton Historical Society and the Grafton Public Library.
Refreshments will be served.
To register, contact the Grafton Historical Society at: 508-839-0000 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bring your ukulele and your singing voice to participate in this jam session lead by Miss Jan from Apple Tree Arts. Participants suggest the music and come together to play once a month. The Library provides copies of The Daily Ukulele on loan for use in the session. All levels are welcome and there is no fee. GUM meets on the third floor of Apple Tree Arts, One Grafton Common.
Don’t have a ukulele? You can borrow a ukulele, as well.
If you have any questions, please feel free to email email@example.com
We currently have volunteers ready to work 1:1 with students to develop English speaking skills.
Please contact Susan Leto at 508-839-4649 x 8 or at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
Join us for a special, seasonal, all-ages storytime. Listen to some sleepy stories before you head to bed. Pajamas, blankets and stuffed friends are encouraged!
The Town of Grafton has gone out to bid for temporary Library quarters during the construction phase; bids are due Sept 28!
It is expected that we will go out to bid this winter for a construction company and break ground this spring!
The Architect has started on some space redesign and is meeting with staff to ensure all building program components are met.
September MBLC Report
Building Committee Minutes
September 17, 2018
While our OPM and Clerk of the Works scout a temporary location to house the Library staff, collections and programs while the building is under construction, the TA continues negotiations with selected architect DRA. It is anticipated that the contract will be signed at the next Board of Selectman meeting in August.
August MBLC Report
Building Committee Minutes