Library News

Submitted by tamason on Saturday January 23, 2016

 

Event will feature acclaimed Italian winemaker and Ciacci-Piccolomini D'Aragona wines

Submitted by tamason on Tuesday December 29, 2015

Providence Public Library is pleased to offer drumming classes with master percussionist Sidy Maïga beginning Monday, January 4 in the Library’s Auditorium, 3rd Floor (150 Empire Street, Providence).

The classes will be held

drum classes, Drumming
Submitted by tamason on Monday December 28, 2015

Historic/Architectural Tours Available Upon Request during January & February 

Library Tour, Tour
Submitted by tamason on Friday December 04, 2015

Next week kicks off Computer Science Education Week and the Hour of Code.  With the assistance of <IntraCity> Geeks and Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza, Providence Public Library will be teaching coding to local students on Tuesday

Submitted by tamason on Thursday December 03, 2015

Freedom Journey 1965 photographer Stephen Somerstein will be at Providence Public Library (150 Empire Street) on Wednesday, December 9 (7:30 – 9 pm) to give his reflections from 50 years ago

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday November 04, 2015

Brady Dunklee and Sophie Tan, Rhode Island Institute for Labor Studies and Research (RI ILSR) Adult Literacy Program Coordinators, along with Karisa Tashjian, Director of the RI Family Literacy Initiative and Providence Public Library Adult

Adult Literacy, RIFLI
Submitted by tamason on Friday October 30, 2015

Display in Rhode Island marks exhibition’s first stop on a national tour

Featuring a series of striking images captured inside the heart of the action during the harrowing Selma to Montgomery civil rights march in Alabama in 1965, an

Submitted by tamason on Thursday October 22, 2015

Popular FREE Programs are back! First Program is November 1

 

Submitted by tamason on Thursday October 01, 2015

Providence Public Library's Hosts Visit on Sunday, October 4

WGBH and WSBE Rhode Island PBS host production at historic locations; general public invited to watch tapings, be part of the show, and get their own family history questions

Submitted by tamason on Friday September 11, 2015

Teens invited to explore Downcity’s past & present and gain hands-on production skills

Providence Public Library (PPL) welcomes teens in grades 7 through 12 to sign up for its fall Teen Squad program to begin Monday