Medford Public Library, Medford, MA 111 High Street, Medford, MA 02155 Search the Culinary Arts Collection & General Reference Center databases available through the Medford Public Library. Use them to locate recipes, learn how to care for your grill, or find the nutritional content of your picnic salad. Culinary Arts Collection and General Reference Center Gold are available for your cooking, nutritional, and food and beverage business information inquiries. To access these databases, go to the Medford Public Library Homepage: http://www.medfordlibrary.org/, then select, “Databases,” and scroll down and select the desired database.
Medford Tree of the Week – Flowering Dogwood Flowering dogwood (‘Cornus florida’), a tree native to the US from southern Maine to northern Florida, has been described as the “aristocrat of native flowering trees”. Flowering dogwoods have an elegance, nobility and architectural beauty about them, providing year-round interest and attraction. This is a tree that checks off all the boxes in regard to excellence in flowers, foliage, fruit, bark and growth habit. True flowers of dogwoods are actually tiny little things, about ¼” across, greenish, in tight clusters. Those small flowers are surrounded by petal-like structures called bracts. The bracts
City of Medford Hormel Stadium & Athletic Commission Medford City Hall Medford, Massachusetts 02155 Tel (781) 393-2417 Fax (781) 393-2422 COMMISSION MEMBERS Leonard A. Glionna Jeanine Camuso Patrick Carney NOTICE Meeting date: May 17, 2017 Location: Medford City Hall- Room 201 Time: Wednesday at 4:00 P.M. Invited Guests: – Robert Maloney – Mike Nestor Meeting Agenda: – Goals – Financial Status – Open Agenda
There has been an increase in aircraft noise in your neighborhood throughout the City for the last few years and we have identified why: The growth and modernization at Logan International Airport have led to changes which are becoming more and more noticeable in the daily lives of Medford citizens as well as surrounding communities. Over the past 10 years, two changes have affected residents significantly. In 2007, the number of departures from runway 33L doubled. In 2013, new procedures which utilize precision satellite-based navigation known as Area Navigation, or RNAV, came into practice. RNAV flight procedures concentrate aircraft tracks,
The City of Medford’s Prevention and Outreach Office will be hosting a series from May 30th to June 2nd. These events hope to bring awareness and tools to address substance abuse. All exhibits and events will take place at Medford City Hall, 2nd floor, near the Council Chambers. Hidden In Plain Sight: The exhibit recreates a teenager’s bedroom and is designed to raise awareness about signs of possible of substance abuse. The mock bedroom is intended to teach parents about the indicators, which are often “hidden in plain sight,” that their son or daughter might be using drugs. Room set
When: Monday, May 15, 4:30 pm Where: Magoun Room, Medford Public Library Description / Agenda: 1. Review and Approval of April Minutes 2. Director’s Report – Construction Grant – Personnel – Building and Grounds 3. Budget Report 4. Review of Draft Trustee Bylaws
For information on mosquito and tick-borne illness including education, prevention, and FAQ’s, please refer to the following resources: DPH Webpage on Mosquitos DPH Webpage on Ticks Massachusetts Health Promotion Clearinghouse
On Saturday, May 13th from 1 PM to 2 PM there will be a Mobile Food Market available for Medford residents in need at the WIC Office located at 239 Commercial Street in Malden (weather permitting). Donations of fresh produce, dairy, and other refrigerated items are offered free of charge. Please bring a reusable shopping bag or cart to transport food home. A shuttle service will be provided from Medford City Hall to the Mobile Market starting at 11:30 AM on May 13th. You must pre-register by calling (781) 338-7568.