The library will be closed to the public beginning Friday, March 13 until further notice. Library staff will available by phone at 508-359-4544 and email at medfield@minlib.net, Monday - Friday, 10 am - 6 pm, and we will be happy to answer questions about accessing our many online resources and eBooks. The community's health is our first priority and there will be no fines during our closure, any that do appear will be waived when we reopen. All holds will remain available after we reopen.

Events

Teen Events and Programs at the Medfield Public Library

For a full list of the library’s events and programs, check our calendar HERE

(switch from “All Events” to “Teens” in drop down menu for just the Teen Events)

All events are FREE thanks to the Friends of the Medfield Public Library and take place at the Library unless otherwise noted.

MAKE IT & TAKE IT

Join Erica the Teen Librarian and make cool stuff while eating junk food and listening to music.  Open to grades 5 and up.  Click on a date below to sign up.

MARCH SESSIONS:

AUTHOR VISIT @ MHS!!!

Karen M. McManus, New York Times best-selling author of twisty YA thrillers including One of Us is Lying, Two Can Keep a Secret, and One of Us is Next will be at Medfield High School during Cafe Read-a-Latte!  We have extra copies of all her books, as well as books on cd and Playaways, in the Teen Area so you can catch up before she gets here.

 

FRIDAY

MARCH 13TH

MINUTE TO WIN IT! ST. PATRICK'S DAY EDITION

Drop in alone or with friends to try your hand at a series of timed challenges. Careful, they look harder than you think! Record your time and turn it in for a chance to win a mystery gift card! 

Supplies for challenges and snacks will be provided. Click on date to register:

 

MARCH 17TH

4:30 PM

 

COLLEGEWISE SEMINAR: ADMISSIONS 201

Grades, test scores, and impressive activities alone won’t get a student admitted to schools that reject almost all of their applicants. So how do students who get accepted to the Ivy Leagues, Stanford, Tufts and the rest of the nation’s most selective colleges set themselves apart from the rest of the applicant pool We’ll show you at this seminar. We’ll also reveal some Collegewise strategies to improve a student’s chances of admission at the most selective schools. While we don’t believe that prestigious colleges are necessarily better colleges, we want students who are interested in these schools to have straight answers about what it will really take to have a shot at getting in.

 

MARCH 26

6:30 PM

DUNGEONS & DRAGONS CLUB

Join our ongoing group of D&D-ers. Don’t know how to play? Come learn! All levels welcome. Meets bi-weekly on Fridays of each month.
Led by Dungeon Master Jay. 

Open to grades 6 and up.

Next meeting TBA