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Zullo Holiday Exhibit showcases local artists

By Lauren Schiavone
Hometown Weekly Staff

The Zullo Gallery’s new 2022 Holiday Exhibit displays over sixty affordable and stunning pieces
of art from eight local artists native to the greater Boston area. Artists include Lissa Banks, Dave
Biedrzycki, Melanie Guerra, Nadine Kaissi, Tracey Maroni, Melissa Riley, Kimberly Stoney and
Kim Weineck. Pieces range in medium from photography to...

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Scouts host pancake breakfast fundraiser

By Lauren Schiavone
Hometown Weekly Staff

Sunday morning was made even sweeter when Cub Scout Pack 113 of Medfield held their pancake breakfast at the high school on November 20. Early-birds showed up at 7 a.m., but there were plenty of pancakes for all.

The sweet smell of...

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Medfield celebrates Veterans Day

By Cameron Small
Hometown Weekly Correspondent

Veterans Day is more than just a day off from school — it’s a day to honor and celebrate the veterans who have served and sacrificed for us so that we may live safely and freely. 

Different communities honor their veterans in...

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Medfield celebrates first female Eagle Scout

Troop 10 Medfield member Madeline Rothstein recently became the first female Eagle Scout in Medfield. 

When Scouts BSA became co-ed back in February of 2019, Madeline was a founding member of Troop 10 Girls. The boy and girl troops operate as separate units, but benefit from combining for many activities....

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Return of the (chowder) king

By Cameron Small
Hometown Weekly Correspondent

After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Medfield Lions Club was able to hold their annual Chowderfest this past Saturday from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. at The Center at Medfield. Usually all proceeds go to benefit the Friends of Seniors, Inc...

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Medfielders craft fabric sweater pumpkins 

By Lauren Schiavone
Hometown Weekly Staff

The return of both sweaters and pumpkins is synonymous with autumn, so the idea of combining the two into an upcycled craft makes perfect sense -- and that's exactly what the Medfield Library did on Thursday, October 20.

Held in the Meeting...

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Kurt Jackson spins yarns at library 

By Lauren Schiavone
Hometown Weekly Staff

Local children and families were in for a treat on Saturday, October 22, as Kurt Jackson and the Medfield Library hosted a Halloween party, complete with “not-so-spooky stories”, games and costumes. 

The gazebo provided a perfect spot to gather around and enjoy...

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Hometown Weekly’s favorite leaf-peeping spots

By Lauren Schiavone and Stephen Press
Hometown Weekly Staff

New England autumns are famous for a reason, and it’s not just because of the pumpkin spice and perfect weather. While tourists from around the country flock to our neck of the woods for a glimpse of the fall’s most perfect foliage,...

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Bellforge shares the stage for Culturefest 

By Lauren Schiavone
Hometown Weekly Staff

Bellforge Arts Center was bustling on Saturday, October 8, as locals ventured to the stage and lawn in front of the chapel for CultureFest. Celebrating individuality and diversity,  the festival began at 10 a.m. Bellforge’s family-friendly CultureFest celebrated traditions, customs, art, and food of cultures...

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Puppet storytime delights Medfield kids

By Lauren Schiavone
Hometown Weekly Staff

Medfield Public Library welcomed kids and caregivers to the gazebo on Friday morning, October 7, for a special puppetry performance. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library, Through Me to You Puppetry performed a singalong storytime outside, thoroughly brightening the weeks of the children in...

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New Juried Exhibition arrives at Zullo 

By Lauren Schiavone
Hometown Weekly Staff

A rainy Saturday afternoon recently presented a perfect opportunity to visit the Zullo Gallery, where the gallery’s 28th Annual Juried Exhibition began on September 17. The Juried Exhibition is significant in that it allows local artists the opportunity to showcase their work in their own...

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Backyard Files: built for speed

By Stephen Press

Hometown Weekly Editor

A couple weeks ago, as I arrived at the basketball courts at the crack of dawn (it’s a far less masochistic routine than it sounds), I received quite an interesting welcome.

A little background. The courts I frequent...

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Discover Medfield Day sets up shop

By Lauren Schiavone
Hometown Weekly Staff

For over forty years, Medfielders have congregated in the center of town for a yearly celebration of Discover Medfield Day. The event draws a massive crowd of enthusiastic residents past, present, and future. Throngs of attendees throughout visited Medfield for this year’s iteration on Saturday,...

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Medfielders enjoy summer reading social

By Lauren Schiavone
Hometown Weekly Staff

The Medfield Public Library recently bid farewell to summer with a congratulations to all who were involved in this year's summer reading program. Adult Services and Programming Librarian Bri Ozanne, as well as...

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Rein or shine, polo game returns

By Lauren Schiavone
Hometown Weekly staff

Sunday, September 11, marked the 19th annual Polo in the Country event. Hosted by the Norfolk Hunt Club on North Street in Medfield, spectators came prepared for the rainy weather with umbrellas and some took shelter under tents in preparation for the day. Sure to...

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Erica Falcone

Erica Catherine Falcone passed away suddenly in Marietta, Georgia, on July 17, 2022 at the age of 25. She was adventurous, mischievous and empathetic to those less fortunate. Her smile lit up the room and her laughter was contagious. She was a 2015 graduate of Medfield High School and was the captain of...

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Hinkley honored by Medfield Housing Authority

By Lauren Schiavone
Hometown Weekly Staff

The Medfield Housing Authority, located at 30 Pound Street, opened its doors for a special celebration last Tuesday evening, August 9: it dedicated its community room in honor of Paul Hinkley.  Hinkley was once the only facilities employee at Tilden village; he’s spent over three...

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Medfield experiences Joy of Nature

By Lauren Schiavone
Hometown Weekly staff

Medfield residents didn’t have to travel far to interact with faraway desert and rainforest animals as the Medfield Public Library hosted a live animal show on August 2. The afternoon was full of snakes, insects and more. 

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Bubbles make big fun at library

By Lauren Schiavone
Hometown Weekly Staff 

Summertime typically means sunshine, beach trips and barbecues. 

But what about bubbles? 

Who can resist chasing after and popping bubbles on a sunny day? To that end,...

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