ALL LIBRARY EVENTS AND PROGRAMS ARE SUSPENDED
UNTIL MARCH 31, AND POSSIBLY LONGER.
PLEASE CHECK BACK FOR UPDATES.

 

A Garden Walk with Eleanor Roosevelt
With Carol Cohen
(This event, originally scheduled for March 21, has been tentatively rescheduled for Saturday, June 27, at 2:00PM.  Please check back for updates.)
Come celebrate the arrival of spring at this hour-long “visit” with Eleanor Roosevelt to hear about her love of nature and gardening.   Author and historian Carol Cohen will engage the audience as Eleanor for the first half of the program, and then switch gears for a PowerPoint presentation about Victory Gardens and their significance.  This program is free and open to the public.  No registration is required.

 

—ONGOING EVENTS—
Game Night for Adults
Hosted by Paul Roever
2nd Wednesday of each Month, 6:00PM
This fun and friendly game night for adults features easy-t0-learn games that are perfect for experienced and brand-new gamers alike.  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.

 

Knitting Group
Mondays at 1:00PM
Whether you’re an expert or just starting your very first project, our new weekly group will provide you with an opportunity to connect with other knitters.  Bring whatever you’re working on and stop by to ask questions, offer your own tips and tricks, and have a great time with your fellow enthusiasts.

 

Story Hour with Miss Tara
Wednesdays at 10:30AM
Drop-in story hour features stories (of course!) along with songs, crafts, fingerplays, and other fun!  Ages 0 to 5.