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DPL at the Farmers Market

43 Church Street, Dedham, MA

Look for the Library at the Dedham Farmers Market! Sign up for a library card, learn about programs and services, and get to know library staff members! The Farmers Market runs Wednesdays, June 15th through October 26th from 1-5 p.m. at the First Church lawn (670 High St).

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Crafternoons

43 Church Street, Dedham, MA

Wednesday afternoons are for crafting! September's focus will be on washi tape creations. This program is designed for kids ages 7-12. Register for these events on Eventbrite. Email dedhamlibraryyouth@minlib.net with any questions.

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Toddler Sensory Time

43 Church Street, Dedham, MA

Hands on play is the best kind of play! Join us on the lawn outside the Main Library every Friday morning for sensory play time perfect for infants and toddlers. No registration is required. In the event of inclement weather, this program will be held inside. Email mwfournier@minlib.net with any questions.

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DPL at the Farmers Market

43 Church Street, Dedham, MA

Look for the Library at the Dedham Farmers Market! Sign up for a library card, learn about programs and services, and get to know library staff members! The Farmers Market runs Wednesdays, June 15th through October 26th from 1-5 p.m. at the First Church lawn (670 High St).

Duct Tape Program Part 2

43 Church Street, Dedham, MA

What has a light side and a dark side and holds the universe together? No, not the Force - It's Duct Tape! Call it Duck Tape if you like, we don't judge. Among its infinite uses, duct tape can be used to make wallets, bracelets, bookmarks, and more. Learn to make all sorts of useful things from this amazing textile that is …

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Film Noir Club

43 Church Street, Dedham, MA

Join us Thursday October 6th for a screening of another classic Film Noir movie. We will be watch "The Lost Weekend" at 2:30pm.

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DPL at the Farmers Market

43 Church Street, Dedham, MA

Look for the Library at the Dedham Farmers Market! Sign up for a library card, learn about programs and services, and get to know library staff members! The Farmers Market runs Wednesdays, June 15th through October 26th from 1-5 p.m. at the First Church lawn (670 High St).

Photography Open House: Boston after Dark

43 Church Street, Dedham, MA

Local photographer, Sean Reily, will be on hand to discuss his exhibit Boston at Night. His photos will be on display at the Main Library from October 1-31.

Fall Festival at The DPL!

43 Church Street, Dedham, MA

Fall is made for festivals! Join us outside at the Main Library for a fun afternoon. We'll have carnival games, crafts for all ages, and lots of cider and yummy treats! Plus we'll be displaying the entries from our first annual Jack O'Lantern Carving Contest for the public to vote on. It's sure to be …

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DPL at the Farmers Market

43 Church Street, Dedham, MA

Look for the Library at the Dedham Farmers Market! Sign up for a library card, learn about programs and services, and get to know library staff members! The Farmers Market runs Wednesdays, June 15th through October 26th from 1-5 p.m. at the First Church lawn (670 High St).

LGBTQ+ Book Club

43 Church Street, Dedham, MA

Join us at the Main Library for our LGBTQ+ Book Group! Each month we will read a title featuring characters/people, themes, or subjects that fall under the broader LGBT+ umbrella. For our next meeting we'll be reading Unwieldy Creatures by Addie Tsai. Books can be picked up behind the circulation desk. Email mwfournier@minlib.net with any questions.

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Delayed Opening

43 Church Street, Dedham, MA

To accommodate staff training, the Library will open at 11:15a.

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DPL at the Farmers Market

43 Church Street, Dedham, MA

Look for the Library at the Dedham Farmers Market! Sign up for a library card, learn about programs and services, and get to know library staff members! The Farmers Market runs Wednesdays, June 15th through October 26th from 1-5 p.m. at the First Church lawn (670 High St).

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