Child 5-8 years

Submitted by lmoulton on Tuesday August 14, 2012

Join in the back-to-school fun at Providence Public Library and meet Rhode Island author Peter Mandel!  

Peter

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

Moira Richardson — Nocturnal Painting (6 & Up)

Find your inner artist and create a painting of a nighttime scene using Van Gogh’s Starry Night as   inspiration.

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 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 lmoulton on Tuesday March 06, 2012

An interactive family program with Wampanoag Storyteller, Annawon Weeden.  Listen to stories, learn songs and dances from

Submitted by Anonymous on Friday February 24, 2012

Moses Brown is excited to announce its 50th year of summer camp activities offered for local youth ages 3-17, and will be hosting an open house regarding this year’s summer camp registrations for all interested parents and families.

Submitted by tamason on Tuesday February 14, 2012

Family Scrapbooking – with Moira Richardson

Bring photographs and other personal memorabilia from home for this family activity. Create and bring home a family scrapbook!

Workshop will include creative materials and ideas.

Submitted by lmoulton on Wednesday February 08, 2012

Journey with Caleb's Crossing Program Series

Submitted by tamason on Thursday January 12, 2012

Providence Public Library presents its 2011-12 series of Family Learning Sundays.  Join us...every 1st Sunday of the month through May 2012, as we offer “learning families” varied opportunities to seek new knowledge — together — at