The library will be offering only contactless services, including hold pick-up, starting Wed. 12/23. We are available by phone or email Mon - Fri, 10 am - 6 pm and Sat, 10 am - 5 pm for help, questions and item recommendations!

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.

HENNA ALCHEMY! - 2 DAY WORKSHOP

Join Mandy Roberge of Wicked Good Henna to learn a bit about the history of henna as an art form, and to create your own paste from a bevy of ingredients. This two-part workshop will allow for the creation of your own paste on day 1, with day 2 focusing on checking for dye release, coning the paste and starting to learn basic techniques.

MUST REGISTER HERE TO RECEIVE KITS AND ZOOM LINKS; GRADES 5 & UP

JANUARY 20TH & 21ST

5:30PM

SAT STRATEGY SESSION WITH PRINCETON REVIEW

Learn inside tips and tricks for taking the SAT that are designed to improve your score on the test!

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20TH 7PM-8:30PM

REGISTER HERE

TEEN LIBRARIAN OFFICE HOURS

Are you looking for some advice on what to read next?  Need some help with a school assignment?  Have no idea when the library is even open or what services are still provided?  Join our Teen Librarian for one on one help via Zoom!  Erica has the answers to all your questions. 

Join the Teen Librarian on Zoom here.

Meeting ID: 943 2918 1606
Passcode: 967512

Please note: all conversations will be one Zoom account at a time, so you may be in our waiting room for a bit as we bring in people one by one.  Please be patient with us!  Think of it as waiting for the librarian to be free at a desk.

WEDNESDAYS (EXCEPT 12/23)

3PM

BEGINNER CHESS CLUB - ONLINE

Learn how to play chess and understand most fundamental chess principles with Nolan DeMott!  You’ll learn how to set up the board properly, the rules of the game (i.e. how different pieces move), basic rule nuances such as castling, and the difference between checkmate and stalemate.  By the end of this 9 week session, you should understand most fundamental chess principles such as proper piece development (i.e. minor pieces before major pieces), piece values, controlling the center, undefended pieces, trading when ahead and basic tactical ideas (i.e. pins, skewers, forks).

 

GRADES 5 & UP; MUST REGISTER HERE TO GET ZOOM LINK

9 WEEK SESSION (CAN DROP IN AT ANY TIME!)

SATURDAYS, 1PM  JANUARY 9TH-MARCH 6TH