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Friday Fun Days

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Check in with the Grafton Public Library for a special event or activity on every Friday half day of school.


March 5th


This Friday, celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday with Ms Kristin! Check back for a link to a special storytime featuring Dr. Seuss favorite Bartholomew and the Oobleck.


Pick up an activity kit with supplies you can use to make your own gooey, oozy ooblek! One kit per child please, while supplies last. Kits will be available on March 5th only, during the curbside pick-up hours of 10am-4pm.


A live instruction video will be available at 3:30pm.


March 12th


March 19th


March 26th

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BookWorms Book Clubs-March

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On Tuesday, March 9th at 6:00pm, join Ms. Kristin for a virtual book discussion for kids in first and second grade.

Copies of the book Maybe Something Beautiful by F. Isabel Campoy and Theresa Howell will be available for pick up at the Library. The book is also available on Hoopla.

We will also be completing a book-themed craft after discussion. Registration is required.

On Monday, March 22nd at 6:00pm,Join Ms. Kristin for a virtual book discussion for kids in third, fourth, and fifth grade.

Copes of the book Smile by Raina Telgemeier will be available for pickup at the Library. The eBook is also available. 

Registration is required.

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Library Lovers Month

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Here in Massachusetts, we LOVE our Libraries. Massachusetts Libraries play a vital role in ensuring all residents have equal access to information. Libraries are meeting places, community centers, and resources for everyone. During our busy everyday lives, we don’t always get a chance to let our libraries know how much we care about them. And we rarely take the time to share that with our state legislators.

What do you love about the Grafton Public Library ? What critical service does it provide to you or your family? Let us know by uploading a photo or video valentine and we’ll share it with the library community and with the state and local officials.

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February Vacation Craft Kits

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February 13th- 17th

Banish boredom by picking up one of our February Vacation Craft Kits-chock full of activities sure to keep the kids busy over break. They will be available at the Library’s temporary location during the curbside pick-up hours of 10am-4pm. First come, first serve. While supplies last.


Friday Fun Days Crystal Snowflake Kit

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Join the Grafton Public Library on each Friday school half-day for a special event or activity.

This week, stop by the Library’s temporary location to pick up a crystal snowflake kit! One kit per person please, while supplies last.


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World Reading Day Read Aloud Kits

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Reading is better when we do it together! The Grafton Public Library is celebrating #WorldReadAloudDay on Wednesday, February 3rd, 2021.

Celebrate with us by watching these four special storytimes:

Families can register for a special Read Aloud day kit. Each kit contains a selection of our favorite books to read aloud, as well as some other fun activities and ideas that will help you to celebrate World Read Aloud Day.

Registration is required. Kits will be available at curbside pickup on Monday, February 1st, Tuesday February 2nd, or Wednesday, February 3rd. The books inside each kit will be checked out to you and will need to be returned to the library.

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Friday Fun Days-Mystery Reader

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Join the Grafton Public Library on each Friday school half-day for a special event or activity.

This week, we’re hosting an all-ages storytime with a special LIVE mystery reader!

Registration is required. Registrants will receive a link prior to the start of the program.

Register online!

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Young Scientists Virtual STEM Class

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Join STEM Beginnings for a 6-week virtual series for children, ages 3-6. Children will learn STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) concepts through hands-on activities, story time and simple experiments.

Dates for these virtual classes are Monday, January 4th, 11th, 25th and Monday, February 1st, 8th, and 22nd.

Register online.

This is an interactive class using Zoom and parents/caregivers are encouraged to help their child. A list of materials for families to prepare for each class will be provided weekly.

Registration will begin two weeks prior to each event. By registering for this event, you are registering for this one event, not the entire six-week program. If the event is full, you may still submit this form to be placed on the waiting list. Attendees on the waiting list will be added to our next session.  A minimum of eight families are required in order for the class to be held. If we do not receive the minimum number of registrants, this event may be canceled. A valid email address is required to register for all Grafton Public Library programs. A Zoom link will be sent to each registrant no later than twenty-four hours before the event is scheduled.   If you are unable to attend, please call the Grafton Public Library at 508-839-4649.

Siblings are welcome. Only one registration is required per family.

The “Young Scientists” series is sponsored by the YMCA Family & Community Partnership (YFCP), which is a Massachusetts Coordinated Family & Community Engagement (CFCE) Grant funded by the Department of Early Education and Care and awarded to the YMCA of Central Massachusetts.

Location: Zoom
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