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Catherine Callahan, friend to monarch butterflies

When she began researching her Girl Scout Gold Award project, Medfield's Catherine Callahan was interested in the topic of pollinators, and learned about the dangerous decline of monarch butterflies. Monarch butterflies play a vital role in the ecosystem. Flying from flower to flower, their bodies pick up pollen and spread it to the next plant,...
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Medfield Garden Club hosting Spring Plant Sale

The annual Medfield Garden Club Spring Plant Sale is set for Saturday, May 18, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the Unitarian Church, 26 North Street, Medfield. The sale features perennials from members’ gardens, including many varieties of flowering and foliage plants, edibles, succulents, small shrubs and gently used gardening articles. Massachusetts Master Gardeners...
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Medfield Library in full bloom

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By Amelia Tarallo Hometown Weekly Staff Last week, people all over the world were shocked by pictures of California’s super bloom, an array of purple, yellow, and orange flowers growing in tremendous numbers around California. In some areas, there were so many flowers that their bright hues were caught on satellite images from space. Over...
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Medfield Garden Club learns about orchids

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By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter Don’t overwater your orchids. If there was one thing that Dr. Paul Steen wanted to convey to the members of the Medfield Garden Club during his PowerPoint presentation last Wednesday morning at the United Church of Christ, it was this simple message he repeated multiple times. Do not overwater...
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Garden Club hosting Holiday Home Sale

The annual Medfield Garden Club Holiday Home Sale, "Deck the Halls," is scheduled for Saturday, December 1, at the First Parish Unitarian Church in Medfield, 26 North Street, from 10:00 a.m. to noon. Visitors will choose from a wide range of fashion-forward table-top displays, festive arrangements, porch and doorway decorations, gift ideas, specialty wreaths and...
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This Old Town: Medfield’s Tree Culture

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Today there is little doubt that the number one reason people move to Medfield is due to the excellent school system that has been established. But close behind, the historic and leafy look to the town, with its open space and tree lined streets, is another major reason. The number of trees in Medfield...
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Medfield Garden Club celebrates 85 years

The Medfield Garden Club is 85 years old this year, and the club is celebrating its anniversary in various ways during 2018. [caption id="attachment_27671" align="alignright" width="300"]Nancy Tella and Rebecca Stephenson enjoy a game of ring toss. Nancy Tella and Rebecca Stephenson enjoy a game of ring toss.[/caption] On...
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Medfield Garden Club Decks the Hall

Magnificent wreaths, supplied by the Medfield Garden Club, adorn Medfield Town House. In addition to their hard work beautifying the containers and roadside gardens around town, the Club is also responsible for the wreaths on the Library and the swags on the gazebo....
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Medfield students join in No Idling campaign

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Massachusetts State Law prohibits unnecessary idling of a vehicle for more than five minutes. The Medfield schools are becoming involved in bringing awareness to the law and the health issues caused by excessive idling. 

Last month Medfield High science teacher Michael Cowell added a unit to his Environmental Science curriculum...

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Art ‘N Bloom springs into life at Medfield Library

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By Josh Perry Hometown Weekly Staff

The Medfield Library was alive with the colors of the changing seasons last weekend as it played host to the annual Art ‘N Bloom, a collaboration between the Medfield Garden Club and art students from Medfield High.

Everywhere visitors to the library...

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