Tea with Eleanor Roosevelt
Presented by Carol Cohen
Saturday, November 9, 2:00PM
Join author and historian Carol Cohen for a look into the life of Eleanor Roosevelt.  During this presentation, meet Eleanor Roosevelt at her home in Hyde Park, New York in December 1948.   Eleanor has just returned from the United Nations where they have ratified the International Declaration Of Human Rights. Learn about her role as a human rights activist, and inspect many primary sources that were very much a part of Eleanor Roosevelt’s personal and professional life. The presentation  which  is part portrayal and part PowerPoint is both interesting and interactive.  
Tea and dessert (Eleanor’s favorite “pink clouds on angel food cake”) will be served during the presentation.  This program is free and open to the public but space is limited so registration is required.  Please call the library at (401) 377-2770 to sign up.
Game Night for Adults
With Paul Roever
Wednesday, November 13, 6:00PM
Camel Up is an award-winning, easy-to-learn game, which makes it perfect for new and experienced gamers alike. Please join us for this fun and friendly game night. Our game leader, Paul Roever, will teach you all rules and gameplay. Grab some friends and come join in! Space is limited, so please give us a call at (401) 377-2770 if you’d like to participate.

Holiday Card-Making Class

Wednesday, November 20, 6:00-8:00PM
Our popular card-making event is back for the holidays!  Participants will make-and-take 5 cards.  There is a $10 materials fee, payable at the event.  Please contact the library at (401) 377-2770 to sign up.  This program is very popular and fills up quickly, so be sure to register soon!