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A Crafternoon at Sherborn Library

By Madison Butkus

Hometown Weekly Reporter

With the cold winter weather upon us, the Sherborn Library hosted a winter crafting event for little ones and their families. Everyone gathered in Noah’s Treehouse Room in the Children’s Wing to partake in two different crafts, a paper spinner and...

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Winter Social at Sherborn Public Library

by Audrey Anderson

Hometown Weekly Reporter

The Friends of the Sherborn Library’s Welcome Committee hosted a lovely Winter Social and art show, “Ode to the Sea,” on Saturday evening, January 20, in the library’s cozy Community Room. The evening was snowy and cold, but once inside, attendees...

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Snowy songs and stories with Deb Hudgins

By Julia Beauregard

Hometown Weekly Editor

At the tail end of the holiday break, families with little ones ventured out to the Sherborn Library to spend a morning with local children’s performer, Deb Hudgins. 

As the program began, the performer introduced herself to her...

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Animals adventure to Sherborn Library

By Julia Beauregard

Hometown Weekly Editor

During winter break, Sherborn children were invited to attend the Animal Adventures program hosted by the Sherborn Library. According to their website, “​​Animal Adventures is an exotic animal rescue founded by Ed and Brenda Laquidara… Ed and Brenda formed Animal Adventures...

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Holiday Gift Wrap-a-thon at the SPL

By Madison Butkus

Hometown Weekly Reporter

Returning for its fifth year, the Sherborn Public Library (SPL) hosted a Holiday Gift Wrap-a-thon on Tuesday, December 19th and Wednesday, December 20th. All were welcome to bring their gifts to wrap as well as enjoy some other fun activities. 

Sherborn hosts joyful Hanukkah celebration

By Madison Butkus

Hometown Weekly Reporter

In honor of the start of Hanukkah on December 7th, the Sherborn Library hosted a Menorah Lighting on the evening of  Monday, December 11th. All were welcome to come and light the Menorah as well as enjoy some light refreshments afterwards. 

Eco-friendly craft workshop at Sherborn Library 

By Madison Butkus

Hometown Weekly Reporter

The Sherborn Library recently hosted a Recycled Sweater Mitten Workshop where participants could transform any sweater into a cozy pair of mittens. This hands-on and eco-friendly crafting experience was completely free of charge and all were welcome to attend. 

Spicing things up at Sherborn Library

By Madison Butkus

Hometown Weekly Reporter

The smell of the fall and holiday season filled the air in the Community Room at the Sherborn Library, as they held a Make Your Own Festive Seasoning event. This workshop was hosted by Therapy Gardens who offers an array of...

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Sherborn’s serene Watercolor Class debut

By Madison Butkus

Hometown Weekly Reporter

Sherborn community members were in for a tranquil and relaxing evening at the beginning of the month as the Sherborn Library hosted their first Watercolor Class. Cosponsored by the Sherborn Council on Aging, this much anticipated event filled up rather quickly,...

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A not-so-scary good time at SPL

By Madison Butkus

Hometown Weekly Reporter

Little ones were in for a fun, not-so-spooky treat this past Tuesday, October 31st, as the Sherborn Public Library (SPL) hosted a Halloween Storytime for all to come and enjoy. Mini ghosts, ghouls, goblins and more filled the Nora’s Treehouse room...

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SPL holds Annual Jack-O-Lantern Competition

By Madison Butkus

Hometown Weekly Reporter

The Sherborn Library hosted some friendly competition throughout the month of October with their 4th Annual Jack-O-Lantern Competition! Starting on October 13th, families had up to ten days to craft and carve their pumpkins to be submitted into the contest. 

Exploring pies at Sherborn Library

By Avonlea Cummings

Hometown Weekly Reporter

The smell of sweetness in the air lured young bakers to the Sherborn community room on Wednesday, August 2nd. Scents of fresh lemon, lime, and a sugary crust awaited their arrival, it was a perfect day to make pies. Kate Shepherd...

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Bates tells campfire stories

By Avonlea Cummings

Hometown Weekly Reporter 

Campfire stories are unlike any other; they are stories that are passed down from generation to generation, it’s something that as a kid you listen and understand to then share with friends and family of your own. 

Throughout...

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Sherborn Library says goodbye to Maureen Hayes

By Julia Beauregard

Hometown Weekly Editor 

A whirlwind of emotions floated through the air last Friday at the Sherborn Library. Locals and fellow librarians gathered together in the community room to say goodbye to the beloved Youth Services Librarian, Maureen Hayes. Everyone in attendance came to celebrate...

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Women bring world jazz to Sherborn Library

By Julia Beauregard

Hometown Weekly Editor 

As of last Wednesday night, July 5th, the Friends of the Sherborn Library officially kicked off their Summer Concert Series with Women in World Jazz! It was the perfect night for this summer series to begin as the sun finally hung...

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Ted Reinstein talks baseball history

By Audrey Anderson

Hometown Weekly Reporter

Ted Reinstein, journalist, author, and speaker, captivated his audience at the Sherborn Public Library on Thursday, June 29, with an historical presentation based on his book, Before Brooklyn: The Unsung Heroes Who Helped Break Baseball’s Color Barrier. Reinstein, a member of...

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Fun at the Craft Fair

By Julia Beauregard

Hometown Weekly Editor

After six long years, the annual Sherborn Library Arts and Crafts Fair returned to the Sherborn Library grounds this past Saturday. The fair offered a unique variety of arts, crafts, plants, children’s activities, and a lot of different and delicious food...

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Sherborn celebrates library grand re-opening

By Audrey Anderson
Hometown Weekly Correspondent

On Saturday, April 29, at 11 a.m., the Town of Sherborn dedicated its renovated and expanded library. Positioned on the balcony of the main room, the Dover-Sherborn Regional School Band opened the program with a rousing “Star Spangled Banner.” Trustee Emeritus Bruce Eckman then began...

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Border collies fly at Sherborn Library

By Julia Beauregard
Hometown Weekly Editor

This past Saturday, Sherborn families gathered together outside of the Sherborn Library, bonding over coffee and donuts. All of the attendees eagerly anticipated the event of the day: The High Flying Dogs led by Mike Piazza. Piazza is the number one professional K-9 frisbee performer...

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First look at the Sherborn Library

By Julia Beauregard
Hometown Weekly Editor

After nearly six and a half years, the doors to the Sherborn Library finally reopened this past Monday, March 20th. Sherborn locals lined up outside the library doors anticipating the long awaited reopening. 

Rounds of applause erupted as...

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