CBD Informational Presentation
Wednesday, July 8th, 2:00 – 3:00pm
Register here. The event password will be sent to those that register.
Registration closes July 8th at 9am.
Join us for this virtual informational session as David Peck, founder and owner of Calyx Collective, explains what CBD is and the possible benefits/side effects of using it.
David is an Energy Efficiency Consultant by trade. His career was almost derailed in 2014 after being diagnosed with chronic lyme disease. He was on a regiment of prednisone and prescription painkillers which helped get him through the day but they were taking their toll. Through a friend who was experimenting with CBD tinctures to help treat his son, He was introduced to cannabis and CBD tinctures and within weeks was weaning off the painkillers and prednisone.
As he began to get his health back on track he began to research this remarkable medicine and found out very quickly how difficult it was to find high quality organic CBD that he could trust. That started a journey which included visiting and talking to farmers to discuss organic farming practices, genetics, and extraction processes. He continues to research the CBD industry and the role different cannabinoids and botanicals play in healing.
Calyx Collective was created to educate and share his knowledge and passion for this incredible medicine.
Please note: The information in this workshop is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. All content discussed will be for general information purposes only.
This program is co-sponsored by the Library and the Norfolk Council on Aging.
Take and Make Craft Kits
Each week during summer reading there will be a different craft kit available to pick up and try at home. Each kit will include supplies and instructions. Please note, some basic supplies will be provided by you (scissors, tape, etc.). Supplies you need to provide will be listed under each week to help you decide and plan.
Have questions? Join Sarah on a google meet call at 7pm on Wednesdays to discuss that week’s craft (please join no later than 7:15). Ask questions, show off your finished product, or stop by just to chat and say hi!
Registration for each kit you are interested in will be required as supplies are limited. This registration automatically registers you for the Wednesday meeting, meeting information will be sent to registered participants the day before.
Kits will be available for pick up on Mondays between the hours of 10am and 2pm. (email Sarah if you need a different pick up time arranged, [email protected]).
Week 4 (July 6 – 10): Kindness Rocks
Week 5 (July 13 – 17): Yarn Birds
Week 6 (July 20 – 24): Fairy Jars
Week 7 (July 27 – 31): Wine Cork Wreath
Week 8 (Aug 3 – 7): Glass Photo Magnets
Week 9 (10 – 14): Nail String Art
Monday, July 13th, 7-8pm. Registration is required.
NPL/COA Book Group
Open to all adults 18+. To register, click here or email Libby O’Neill, [email protected]
July 21: Carnegie’s Maid by Marie Benedict (eBook is on Hoopla)
*There are a few hard copies available at the library, give us a call to request one, 508-528-3380
Meeting ID: 835 4963 9143
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August 18: An American Marriage by Tayari Jones
11:00am and 2:00pm. Meets on the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Tuesdays of the month.
Grab a cup of coffee or tea and let’s talk! Topics include book, movie, and tv recommendations, suggestions for ways to stay active and occupied, and discussing current events. Drop in to connect and talk with other friends from the library.
Virtual Meeting Information:
Coffee Talk, 11am:
2nd, 3rd, and 4th Tuesdays
Video Link: meet.google.com/jeo-doyd-shr
Join by phone: +1 281-668-4246 PIN: 334 559 032#
Coffee Talk, 2pm:
2nd, 3rd, and 4th Tuesdays
Video Link: meet.google.com/xjr-evbs-ffu
Join by phone: +1 314-474-2799 PIN: 555 069 382#
YA Book Club for Adults
Are you an adult who still enjoys YA titles? Then this book club is for you! Join fellow YA lovers every month to discuss a different young adult title.
Click on the program date to register.
Titles are available on Hoopla and we have a few hard copies at the library. Give us a call to request one, 508-528-3380.
Wednesday, July 29th: Truly Devious by Maureen Johnson
Read It and Eat It: Summer Spice Exploration
Join us this summer for our Read It and Eat It Spice Exploration, where we will be providing registrants with three different spices throughout the summer. Try it at home and then join other food enthusiasts to talk about what you made, what you want to try, and what you thought of the spice. This meeting is not mandatory, you can register for the spice, but not attend. You will be automatically registered for the virtual meeting.
July: Chinese Five Spice
Pick up: 7/7 Meeting: 7/30 @ 7pm
Pick Up: 8/4 Meeting: 8/20 @ 7pm
Tuesday, July 7th, and August 4th, 4:00 – 5:00pm. No registration is required.
TED Talks are recorded presentations that last 20 minutes or less on wide variety of topics including from science and technology to culture and arts. During each TED Talk session, we will watch at least two TED talks and have a discussion.
July: Opioid Epidemic
To Join Zoom Meeting :
Meeting ID: 825 5634 6529
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Under the Hidden Moon: A Virtual Author Talk with Jennifer Shaw Cronin
Wednesday, July 22nd, 6:30 – 7:30pm. Register here.
Join us as Medfield author, Jennifer Shaw Cronin, discusses her writing process and reads from her first published mystery book Under the Hidden Moon.
To join this Zoom Program:
Meeting ID: 828 9299 8295
Password: Given to those that register
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Questions? Please contact Libby O’Neill, Director, at (508) 528-3380 x4 or send an email to [email protected].