Entries by Sara Braswell

Middle grade storytime with author Rebecca Chace

Join us for a special storytime and activity with author Rebecca Chace as she presents her latest book for middle graders, June Sparrow and the Million Dollar Penny. Monday, July 17th at 3pm For middle graders 3rd-7th grade   June Sparrow and the Million Dollar Penny June Sparrow and her best friend—a miniature pig named […]

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RI DEM’s Division of Fish and Wildlife presents Wildlife Conservation and Wildlife Bingo

Rhode Island’s Department of Environmental Management, Division of Fish and Wildlife, will present Wildlife Conservation and Wildlife Bingo. Join us for a fun hour of learning about Rhode Island’s amazing wildlife and local conservation efforts! Enjoy a game of “wildlife bingo,” close up looks at natural artifacts, and a presentation by RI DEM’s wildlife outreach […]

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Storytimes with author Gina Beaumont!

Join us for a series of three storytimes with local children’s author, Gina Beaumont. She will read from some of her favorite books and follow with a simple activity. Friday, July 7th at 10:30am Friday, July 14th at 10:30am Friday, July 21st at 10:30am   All ages welcome!

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RI Museum of Science and Art presents Electric Dough!

Explore the properties of electricity and creativity using conductive dough. Through hands-on art/science activities, you will learn how circuits work, and the difference between conductive and resistive materials.  Use LED lights, play-dough and imagination to create electric artwork!   Wednesday, July 5th at 6pm under the tent Intended audience for ages 5 & up.  

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Photo greeting cards on sale at the library!

Come check out original photo greeting cards made by National Park Ranger, Alyssa Parker-Geisman. The images are from national parks around the country and beyond. The cards sell for $3 each or 4 for $10, and proceeds will benefit the Friends of Brownell Library. Thank you for your support!

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Living Literature: Wednesday, February 22nd at 7pm

Join us for an evening with Living Literature as they present a readers theater version of Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird. Three performers will recreate the characters of Lee’s Macomb County using their voices and bodies to dramatize this classic read. Wednesday, February 22nd at 7pm

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