Participants in an adult literacy program at Providence Public Library

Adults

Enrichment opportunities for all Rhode Islanders.

Adult learners can turn to PPL to meet their lifelong learning and continuing education goals and aspirations.

Consistent with the Library's mission to engage learners, inspire thinkers and connect diverse communities, PPL seeks to provide adults with a spectrum of personal enrichment and professional development opportunities, from book clubs to multi-session workshops.

We offer diverse free programs, lectures, presentations, and classes through varied partnerships and collaborative initiatives with other libraries, nonprofit organizations and state agencies, and with a range of philanthropic and corporate support.

In addition, we are focused on developing and offering high-impact technology training and workforce development opportunities to aid those seeking economic advancement.  For adults in need of literacy services, the Rhode Island Family Literacy Initiative (RIFLI) based at PPL is a free, nationally recognized ESL, citizenship preparation, workforce development and family literacy program offering programs at several public libraries in Rhode Island.

Book Clubs at PPL

Special thanks to the Regency Plaza for generously hosting our book clubs during our renovations! Both clubs will now meet in spaces at One Regency Plaza until further notice.

Tuesday Brown Bag Book Club at PPL!   |   2018-19 selections
This group meets the last Tuesday of every month at 12 Noon. Join us...all are welcome! Bring your book suggestions and your lunch -- we'll provide the beverages and the books! Contact Bonnie Lilienthal at 455-8025 to register or email blilienthal@provlib.org.

History Hijinks Book Club at PPL
Meets the 1st Monday of the month, unless otherwise noted. Registration required.
7:00 - 8:00 pm
150 Empire Street, Providence (Trustees Room, 3rd Floor)
To register, email or call Anne Mulready: annemulready@aol.com; 401-453-6163.