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Queen Elizabeth II visits The Center

By Madison Butkus

Hometown Weekly Reporter

Co-sponsored by The Center at Medfield and the Medfield Public Library (MPL), The Center welcomed Queen Elizabeth II. She was portrayed by Sheryl Faye, from Sheryl Faye Presents: Historical Women, Making The Past Present. This specific adaptation was titled Queen Elizabeth...

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Barone captivates The Center

by Audrey Anderson

Hometown Weekly Reporter

Francesco Barone, an award-winning classical guitarist, gave his audience a captivating performance at The Center at Medfield. The concert was presented as a collaboration of the Medfield Public Library and The Center at Medfield and as part of a New England...

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Seniors learn about sustainable gardening

By Madison Butkus

Hometown Weekly Reporter

Medfield Council on Aging (COA) members gathered together at The Center at Medfield to listen to Garden Author and Speaker, Rebecca Warner. This presentation was sponsored by the Medfield Garden Club and gave great insight into sustainable gardening techniques. 

Lions Club hosts annual Christmas party

By Madison Butkus

Hometown Weekly Reporter 

Seniors were in for a special Christmas treat on Sunday, December 10th as the Medfield Lions hosted their annual Christmas Party at The Center in Medfield. Everyone gathered in their very festive Christmas apparel to enjoy a delicious lunch served by...

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Halloween Hauntings at The Center

By Madison Butkus

Hometown Weekly Reporter

Seniors were in for a spooky night this past Wednesday, October 18th, as actress Michéle LaRue performed some Halloween Haunting Tales at The Center in Medfield. The two stories that she performed were Elia W. Peattie’s “The House That Was Not”...

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Fallscaping at The Center

By Madison Butkus

Hometown Weekly Reporter

Garden enthusiasts were in for a treat this on Wednesday, October 11th, as the Medfield Garden Club hosted a “Fallscaping” presentation at The Center at Medfield. This presentation was shown by “Fabulous Fall Gardens” author and principal of Enchanted Gardens, Jana...

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Tai Chi at the Center

By Avonlea Cummings

Hometown Weekly Reporter

Tai Chi, an ancient Chinese martial art dating back to 1670, is a multifaceted practice encompassing martial prowess, self-defense, and meditation. It serves as a conduit for achieving harmony between mind and body through its fluid and graceful motions.

The Center welcomes summertime

By Madison Butkus

Hometown Weekly Reporter

The Medfield Council on Aging kicked off summer with their event, “Welcome to Summer” Cookout. Seniors gathered at The Center at Medfield to enjoy hot dogs, macaroni salad, beans, chips, coleslaw and ice cream sandwiches in honor of the official start...

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The Center celebrates America’s musical roots

By Madison Butkus

Hometown Weekly Reporter

Historian, author, radio host, and percussionist Craig Harris hosted his event “America’s Musical Roots: Songs and Stories” this past Wednesday night at The Center to a crowd full of guests. This foot-tapping program traces from the Appalachian ballads, fiddles, and banjos...

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Center cookout provides summer fun

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By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter What’s says summer more than a cookout? And what’s better than a free drink? You’d be hard-pressed to find an answer to either question, and you’d be hard-pressed to find a better way to spend six dollars than to attend one of the Center at Medfield’s summer cookouts. For...
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The Center celebrates 10 years

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By Laura Drinan Hometown Weekly Reporter On January 7, the Center at Medfield’s director, Roberta Lynch, stood before a crowd of seniors, staff, and community members. Despite working tirelessly day and night in preparation for the day at the Center, she appeared overjoyed to see the community celebrating with her. “It’s exactly ten years ago...
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