Blog: Month: June 2015

Teen Summer Movie

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Young Adults in the 6th grade and up are welcome to join us on Thursday, July 2nd from 3:00 to 5:00 PM in the Maccario Room to watch a film based on a Marvel Comic Book called “Big Hero Six“.  The story involves protagonist Hiro and his behemoth friend Baymax as they team up to stop villains and rogues in Japan, alongside his super-powered friends. The animated feature film has won many awards, including an Oscar for best animated feature.

Snacks and refreshments will be provided. Door prizes include Marvel comics provided by “New England Comics” here in Malden, with funding from Preotle, Lane & Associates LTD.

 

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Young Adult Summer Reading Kick-Off Party

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Young AdultFree-Shipping-10pcs-lot-Loose-font-b-Opal-b-font-Beads-Multicolor-For-DIY-craft-Jewelrys in the 6th Grade and up can join us in the Maccario Room on Tuesday, June 30th from 3:00 – 5:00 PM as we start our Summer Reading Program off with a big party! We will have crafts, board games, video games (including our new wii U), snacks and refreshments.

 

 

B009AGXH64hardwareCome hang out, sign-up for Summer Reading and pick up your free Swag Bag full of comics, Summer Reading gifts, and information about our many upcoming programs. This program is provided through the generosity of Preotle, Lane & Associates

Hear Ye! Reading of Malden Declaration on July 3

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Please join Mayor Gary Christenson for the commencement of a new Malden tradition to kick off the City’s July 4th festivities.  The reading of the May 27, 1776 document that contains the “Instructions of the Inhabitants of Malden, Massachusetts to their Representatives in Congress” will be read on the lawn of the Malden Public Library on Friday, July 3rd at 6:00 PM rain or shine. Local Historian and period actor Tom Coots will perform the reenactment. The document was recently rediscovered when the Mayor was searching for a historic Malden relic to display at the State House.  William Fowler, a former Malden resident and distinguished Professor of History at Northeastern University will be an invited special guest. Mr. Fowler is a published author on American History and wrote an article published in the Boston Globe on July 4th, 2001 titled “For the Real Birthplace of the Revolution, Look to Malden.”  This document is credited as a precursor to the Declaration of Independence written in July of 1776 when the Continental Congress formally declared their independence from England.

 

Summer Fun—Crochet

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Join us on Tuesday, July 7th from 6-8:30 pm. and create pair of baby booties! Fiber artist Terese Brennan will assist you in creating a pair of baby booties that we will donate to a local hospital. All are welcome, whether you’ve been crocheting for years or never picked up a hook.

Malden Public Library is happy to provide all supplies free of charge. You may bring your own hook if you prefer. We will use size 4 mm (US G/6).

By the end of the night you will go home with the pattern for the booties as well as the start of a new passion!

Space is limited, so please call the Library at 781.324.0218 or drop in to sign up.

Malden Historical Society Book Release

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The Malden Historical Society is hosting a book release reception on Tuesday, June 23 at 7 p.m. in the Ryder Gallery of the Malden Public Library. The book is the second of a series on Malden history, compiled by Society Board members Ed Flaherty, Frank Russell, Barbara Tolstrup, and John Tramondozzi. It was published by Arcadia Publishing. The first Arcadia book was a photograph history of Malden, published in 2000 and has had several reprinting. The new book is a collection of old postcards selected from the personal collections of members. Both titles will be on sale at the library on June 23 and after the program.