Child 9-13 years

Submitted by tamason on Monday November 05, 2012

Join us for this NO ORDINARY ANIMAL EXPERIENCE!  

Come hear a presentation by Dave

Submitted by lmoulton on Thursday August 16, 2012

Join us for Living Literature’s new Holiday Show:  The Greatest Gift by Phillip Van Dorn Stern, the short story that inspired the classic film, It’s a Wonderful Life.

Submitted by lmoulton on Wednesday August 15, 2012

The weird creatures and ghostly haunts of Rhode Island folklore are rooted in the forgotten chapters of the state's long

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

Christopher Johnson — Poetry Workshop (10 & Up)

Award winning Poet/Spoken Word Artist Christopher Johnson will be showcasing his self affirming, motivational style of performance and words focused on “Taking Back the Night.”

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

Pam Santos — Capture the Beauty of the Night with Watercolors (10 & Up)

Capture the beauty of the night with watercolors. You can experience the gentle art of watercolor painting as you paint on an artist’s easel with the guidance of

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

RIMOSA — 2-D Cut-out Animation (10 & Up)

They say night is just like day – only darker. Human vision is impaired by the lack of light, but all other senses are just as strong and become more important with the diminishing of sight.

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