All Ages

Submitted by Anonymous on Wednesday May 23, 2012

On a clear June morning in 1769, a crowd gathered near a tall wooden platform, curiously watching gentlemen like Joseph Brown, his brother Moses, Stephen Hopkins and others using a telescope to observe the Transit of Venus. Two Providence

Submitted by Anonymous on Wednesday May 23, 2012

 

The Museum of Work & Culture and Historic New England invite you to view an exciting new exhibition titled In History’s Wake, The Last Trap Fishermen of Rhode Island.

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday May 16, 2012

SUMMER READING WRAP-UP CELEBRATION!  Mat Franco — Magic Show (All Ages)

Mat’s interactive magic and spontaneous comedy has a powerful underlying message that e

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday May 16, 2012

Bjorn the Magician — Magic Show (Children)

Non-stop comedy magic aimed at all ages.

Watch for the

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday May 16, 2012

Burt the Raccoon — Puppet Show (Children)

Burt explains life in the forest through puppetry, storytelling, American Sign Language and incredible tree impersonations! Don’t miss your chance to “shake hands” with a real raccoon puppet!

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday May 16, 2012

Alyssa Holland Short — “Voices Unfold” Accordion Fold Books  (All ages)

Using markers and crayons, you will create a series of drawings and then bind your drawings into a short accordion fold book that you can take home with you.

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday May 02, 2012

14th Annual Mt. Hope Learning Center Plant & Bake Sale & great rafffles!

Continues Sunday, May 13  9 am - 12 Noon (Mother's Day)

Rain or Shine  

Perennials, annuals, hanging

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday May 02, 2012

Summer Reading Kick-off

Registration  10:00 am

The Rhythm Room Performance  10:30 - 11:30 am

Rick Morin’s RHYTHM IMAGINARIUM

Exploring the World of Music & Rhythm through

Submitted by tamason on Friday April 27, 2012
Bring the whole family to the library and make your own accordion fold book. Using markers and crayons, you will create a series of drawings and then bind your drawings into a short accordion fold book that you can take home with you. Work
Submitted by Anonymous on Monday April 23, 2012

Join us for the reception of A Matter of Interpretation, an exhibit comprised of collected works of art by Meg Hinton, Kellie Weeks, and Shari Weschler Rubeck.