Providence Public Library

Submitted by lmoulton on Monday November 07, 2016

Indelible Ink:  the trials of John Peter Zenger and the birth of America’s free press by Richard

Submitted by tamason on Thursday October 20, 2016

Learn about Planting & Gardens with Southside Community Land Trust!

Get ready for Spring and gardening in this planting

Submitted by tamason on Thursday October 20, 2016

The traditional Japanese art of paper folding, has evolved into a modern art form.

Submitted by tamason on Thursday October 20, 2016

Good writing begins with a good story. Listen as we share the humorous and heartwarming tales from our own lives. Then learn to embellish and transform these stories so they feel like they are unfolding on the big screen.

Submitted by tamason on Thursday October 20, 2016

Popular library presenter Dave Marchetti, is back!

Come learn about and experience live animals. Animals will be available for

Submitted by tamason on Tuesday October 18, 2016

Join musician and educator, Lindsay Meehan, for a musical road trip full of song, dance and stories.

We'll travel

Submitted by tamason on Tuesday October 18, 2016

Come decorate a cloth covered, cardboard basket and make it your own. It is easy and fun! It makes a great gift for you or someone you love!

Submitted by tamason on Tuesday October 11, 2016

In “Bending Genre: Writers in Conversation,” three writers discuss how their work bends, complicates, disrupts, and redefines traditional genre distinctions, including historical fiction, memoir, biography, young adult, and fantasy. Kate Wells (

Submitted by tamason on Friday October 07, 2016

This program is designed for children 8 - 10 years old and families.

Submitted by lmoulton on Monday October 03, 2016

Slavery in Colonial America, 1619-1776, by Betty Wood

Rowman & Littlefield