New Cookbook Club Starts November 1st

Do you love to cook and enjoy reading cookbooks? The Brownell Library will be starting a new cookbook club to meet the first Wednesday of each month at 5:30pm.

Each month we’ll read a different cookbook and everyone will choose a recipe to make and share. The club’s first meeting will be Wednesday, November 1st at 5:30. Our first pick is Food52 Genius Recipes.

Please contact the library if you are interested so we can order you a copy for the first meeting!

 

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Drop-in for Toddler Playtime at the Library

Starting September 22nd, the Brownell Library will host a weekly Toddler Playtime every Friday at 10:30am.

The program requires no registration and is free and open to all children under the age of five.

Bring the kids by for open play and a chance for parents and caregivers to chat!

 

Fall storytime begins September 25th

Fall storytime at Brownell Library will run from September 25th through October 31st.

Toddler storytime is on Mondays at 10:30am.

Preschool storytime and craft is on Tuesdays at 10:30am.

There will be no storytime on Columbus Day (October 9th), as the library will be closed.

All storytimes are drop in, no registration is required!

Mindfulness and Meditation Series w/ Rosa Bullis (extended one week)

Rosa Bullis is a Kripalu Yoga Teacher, 200 RYT, Reiki Practitioner, Certified JourneyDance™ Guide, Sacred Sound Practitioner and Energy Medicine Practitioner who will teach this five-week series, offering participants an introduction to various forms of meditation and mindfulness.

Classes will be held at the Brownell House, home of the Village Improvement Society, located at 3 Meeting House Lane in Little Compton.

Dates:

  • Tuesday, September 19th at 9am
  • Thursday, September 21st at 9am
  • Tuesday, September 26th at 9am
  • Thursday, September 28th at 9am
  • Tuesday, October 3rd at 9am
  • Thursday, October 5th at 9am

Extended Dates:

  • Tuesday, October 10th at 9am
  • Thursday, October 12th at 9am

Each class will introduce a new technique followed by a practice session, which ends with a brief discussion.

Classes are free and open to all adult patrons. To register, visit or call the library at 401-635-8562.