About the Brownell Public Library
The Brownell Library, built in 1929, was bequeathed to the people of Little Compton by Mr. Pardon Brownell when he died in 1921. In 1963 the stack addition was added and the town’s public library was removed from the town hall and physically combined with the Brownell Library. Since that time the Trustees of the Brownell Trust provide maintenance and repair of the building. Through the town annual appropriations, the taxpayers provide the funds for staffing, books and supplies.
When you buy select brands, they can count for points towards rewards for the school and the school children. All you have to do is clip the UPCs off products you’ve already purchased and drop them in the box at the library. It’s that simple!
Learn more about Labels for Education, what products count towards points for the school, and to watch for the school’s success at www.labelsforeducation.com (or click the image above)
Drop off UPCs at the library, or come in to learn more!
There are always things happening at Brownell Library, check back often.
Living Literature is returning to the library!! Come to the library on December 10, 2014 to experience Owen Meany’s Christmas Pageant (adapted from John Irving’s poem A Prayer for Owen Meany) from right off the page! Listen and watch as the story comes to life. From Living Literature: “Living Literature has created a funny and […]
The Wednesday Night Book Club is set to discuss William P. Young’s The Shack for the month of November. “When the imagination of a writer and the passion of a theologian cross-fertilize the result is a novel on the order of “The Shack.” This book has the potential to do for our generation what John Bunyan’s […]
The Friday Morning Book Club will be discussing the novel Burial Rites by Hannah Kent on Friday Nov 7th. “Riveting and rich with lyricism, BURIAL RITES evokes a dramatic existence in a distant time and place, and asks the question: How can one woman hope to endure when her life depends upon the stories told […]
Join us at the library to work on a project, or learn how to knit. Children in grades 5-8 of all skill levels are welcome to join in the good company of other knitters. Light, after-school refreshments will be offered. Event will be held every Monday in September from 3pm to 4pm. Call the […]