Providence Public Library

Submitted by tamason on Thursday January 30, 2014

Lifestyle Technology Classes are offered free and presented by Benjamin Leveillee, M.Ed.

Sign up below or call 401-455-8026.

Digital Photography Series

For the beginning to moderately

Submitted by tamason on Thursday January 30, 2014

Lifestyle Technology Classes are offered free and presented by Benjamin Leveillee, M.Ed.

Sign up below or call 401-455-8026.

Digital Photography Series

For the beginning to moderately

Submitted by tamason on Thursday January 30, 2014

Lifestyle Technology Classes are offered free and presented by Benjamin Leveillee, M.Ed.

Sign up below or call 401-455-8026.

Digital Photography Series

For the beginning to moderately

Submitted by tamason on Friday January 24, 2014

Help Us Welcome Jack Martin! 

All are invited to the Library to meet and help us

Submitted by lmoulton on Thursday January 23, 2014

This Event is SOLD OUT!

A Downton Abbey Fashion Primer, 1912-1925

Fashion has a social role.  What we wear

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday January 22, 2014

Told with urgency and sharp political insight, Nixonland recaptures America's turbulent 1960s and early

Submitted by jgoffin on Friday January 10, 2014

This February, the Providence Public Library will celebrate the 200th anniversary of the death Giambattista Bodoni, one of history's most important typographers and printers. Bodoni was born in 1740 in the city of Saluzzo, in what is now Italy.

Submitted by jgoffin on Friday January 10, 2014

This lecture is the opening event for the Library's exhibition of materials relating to Giambattista Bodoni, the important typographer and printer who died in Parma in 1813.

Submitted by jgoffin on Friday January 10, 2014

This exhibition was guest-curated by Andrew Oesch and Agata Michalowska, artists who created books that "analyze the

Submitted by jgoffin on Friday January 10, 2014

Andrew Oesch and Agata Michalowska will discuss their creation of books that "analyze the childhood process of naming the world and deconstruct known object-word relationships in new and wondrous ways."