IMPORTANT UPDATE!! THE LEGOLAND TICKETS HAVE ARRIVED! PLEASE COME BY THE LIBRARY TO PICK YOURS UP. *THESE TICKETS ARE FOR SUMMER READING PARTICIPANTS ONLY UP TO THE AGE OF 12! “Every Hero Has a Story” Summer Reading Fun has finaaly come to a close. All Summer Reading participants may pick up their certificates in […]
Fall is here and school is back in session, so don’t forget to sign up for Fall Storytime programs for ages birth – grade 3 in the Children’s Room or online here. To view upcoming Children’s Events Calendar, please click here. To view upcoming Young Adult programs. please click here.
Registration for the Fall Storytime session will begin next Monday and continue until September 11th when the lottery will be held. Programs for children ages birth to students in grade 3 will be offered for a six-week session ending on October 23rd. Please click here to view or download the Fall flyer. Registration may be […]
Starting Tues, September 8th, free Drop-in ESL Classes will be offered for adults on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday evenings from 7 to 8pm in the ESL Classroom on the lower level of the library. No registration is required and students may attend all 1, or 2 or all 3 classes per week. No childcare is […]
Wednesday, September 9th @ 9:30, 10:15 or 11:00 AM Music Together of Blackstone Valley invites families with children ages birth to 6 to join us for a 30 minute interactive, fun-filled music making experience. Three classes will be held at 9:30, 10:15 and 11:00. Space is limited, so please preregister for one session in the Children’s […]
Saturday, September 12th Granite & Quarry Rooms Carolyn Waters is a performer who fuses blues/roots/folk and other musical genres into a unique unforgettable blend of songs and sounds. As a young girl growing up in Philadelphia, Carolyn Waters had a passion for music and spent endless hours moving up and down the radio dial, and […]
Do you remember the Mass e-book pilot project? It has evolved into the expanded Commonwealth ebook Collection.Still in the beta stages, the CeC offers thousands of free titles through several vendors offering not just bestsellers and popular books, but also academic and indie books. Best of all, it doesn’t replace CWMARS Digital Catalog, but complements it. To […]
Wednesday, September 30, 7pm The Contemporary Book Group will meet in the Children’s Program Room to discuss The Amazing Adventure of Kavalier and Clay by Michael Chabon. Tuesday, September 15, 10 am The Senior Book Group will meet at the Senior Center to discuss Landline by Rainbow Rowell. more info