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Medfield TV raises St. Baldrick’s funds

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

On October 20, Medfield TV hosted a virtual fundraiser for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, a childhood cancer charity that funds pediatric cancer research and pays for people to become pediatric oncologists (who specialize in the unique ways cancer affects children and study the treatments that...

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Medfield TV steps up during pandemic

By Amelia Tarallo
Hometown Weekly Staff

As the weeks of shutdowns and self-isolation go on, Medfield TV continues to serve the community, while providing them with additional programming and services to help them get through these difficult times.

While Medfield TV has made this transition seem easy, its...

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Sullivan documentary premiere a hit

By Amelia Tarallo Hometown Weekly Staff There aren’t many people who can claim to have touched a community in the way that former Medfield Town Administrator Mike Sullivan did. Sullivan, a beloved figure in town throughout his over 40 years of service, passed away on February 27, just weeks after his retirement. On Friday, November 1,...
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Two Dwight-Derby House artists exhibiting

Two award-winning Dwight-Derby House artists, Brenda O’Conner and Diane Connolly, will exhibit their art at the gallery at Medfield TV in September. Their reception will be Friday, September 13, from 6-8 p.m., and their art can be viewed Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. through 5:00 p.m., along with many other pieces by the Dwight-Derby...
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Medfield TV hosts video game tournament

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By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter Whether you like it or not, video games are going to end up on your TV sooner rather than later. ESPN has invested heavily in e-sports, more and more colleges are giving out scholarships to video game athletes, and famous gamers are becoming mainstream celebrities. Getting ahead of...
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Junghann family art exhibition opens

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By Alex Oliveira Hometown Weekly Reporter On the evening of Friday, January 25, Medfield TV hosted a reception for the opening of the Junghann family art exhibition. With Junghann sisters Julia and Diane in attendance, visitors enjoyed some light snacks and four walls filled with three generations of one local...
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MSH Committee unveils narrated video tour

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The Medfield State Hospital Master Planning Committee is inviting the community to view a narrated driving tour to see features and concepts of the recently-released Strategic Reuse Master Plan for the hospital site. While riding in a classic 1967 Oldsmobile convertible, Gil Rodgers illustrates and explains how historic buildings would be restored and...
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Andrea Kamens coming to Expresso

On May 26, Expresso Yourself Coffeehouse will be featuring storyteller Andrea Kamens. She tells traditional, original, and first-person stories that tremble with truth. With skillful structuring and improvisational verve, she opens dialogue between her listeners and the story. “I like a good story,” Kamens says, “whether I make it up, I tell it, someone else tells...
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Expresso Yourself Coffeehouse featuring Colette O’Connor

The Expresso Yourself Coffeehouse returns at 7 p.m. on Saturday, March 31, at the First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church, 26 North Street, Medfield. This month’s Coffeehouse will feature Colette O'Connor, and the theme for the evening is “Messengers.” Colette O'Connor has been touring/traveling and performing since 2012. Her music is a delightful blend of sunshine, kindness-philosophy, and...
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Keeping up with Medfield

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By Katrina Margolis Hometown Weekly Reporter The town of Medfield is never a dull place, and no one knows that better than Mike Sullivan, the Town Administrator. Recently, Sullivan was the guest on Medfield TV’s “Happenings in Medfield with Ann Thompson.” There were several areas of interest that Thompson discussed with Sullivan, but the main...
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Catherine Wollak’s art coming to Medfield TV

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The public is invited to an opening reception featuring art work by artist Catherine Wollak (1931-2015) at Medfield TV on April 28 from 6 – 8 p.m. Medfield TV is located at 18 N. Meadows Road. Wollak’s work will be on view through August. Medfield TV is open Monday – Friday from 10...
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Community Supported Agriculture on Medfield TV

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The most recent additions in the video series “Let’s Go Farming” adopt the perspectives of two Community Support Agriculture (CSA) farms to see and hear their views regarding benefits of local agriculture. In this two-part series, Tangerini Farm is visited to understand the viewpoint of a primarily organic vegetable and fruit CSA through...
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Local photographer featured at Medfield TV

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By Geena Matuson Hometown Weekly Staff Last Friday evening, the solo show reception for local photographer Chuck Ferullo was held at the Galleries at Medfield TV - and was a huge success. The show featured over twenty framed photographic works that spanned the genres - India, New England, macro close-up imagery, and more. Art prints...
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Medfield Day is town’s finest hour

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By Stephen Press Hometown Weekly Staff For those who call Medfield home, there has always been a pronounced sense of an old-fashioned community. Some might attribute it to the village's historic buildings and green spaces. Some might point their fingers at the independent businesses that dot the town. Still others might say it is because...
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Medfield TV video explores benefit of local farming

Medfield TV has announced a new video series, “Let’s Go Farming,” which explores and demonstrates the benefits of local agriculture to the community, schools, restaurants, environment, parents and kids. 

The 30-minute video is currently being aired on Medfield Community Access TV and is also available on YouTube:

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Prepare for the upcoming election on Medfield TV

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By Josh Perry Hometown Weekly Staff Medfield TV has produced several programs, highlighting the town-wide elections that will take place on Monday, March 28. Residents will go to the polls at the Center at Medfield, 1 Ice House Rd., from 6 a.m. - 8 p.m. and before placing a vote can learn about the...
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