Winter programs for kids at the library!

Our next session for 5 & Under Storytime will begin January 28th and run through March 18th. It is held at 10:30am on Mondays. join us for stories and songs!

Join us for Drop-in Toddler and Preschool Playtime! Every Friday at 10:30am, kids 5 and under are welcome for open play, giving parents and caregivers a chance to chat.

All storytimes are drop-in, no registration required!

There will not be a storytime on February 18th as the library will be closed for Presidents’ Day.

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Living Literature presents  “A Holiday Sampler”

Join us for Living Literature as they present “A Holiday Sampler,” a 45 minute readers theater style presentation of stories, poems and essays celebrating the spirit and practice of Christmas. It includes such authors as Robert Frost, Ogden Nash, Grace Paley, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Loudon Wainwright, Shel Silverstein, Mary Oliver, Louisa May Alcott, Richard Wilbur, Pearl S. Buck, and Leo Tolstoy among others. It will be perform by husband & wife team, Anne Scurria and Living Literature Artistic Director, Barry Press. This free off-beat lighthearted look at the most indelible of holidays is best appreciated by an adult audience, but children are welcome.

Wednesday, December 19th at 6:30pm

Ray Rickman: Value of the Book–New date and time!

The library welcomes former rare book dealer Ray Rickman for a fun, interactive program exploring what makes books valuable and which types of books have the highest retail value.

Bring in three of your books for complimentary estimates on their market value in an Antiques Roadshow-type format!

Mr. Rickman is a former state representative and the founder of The Rickman Group, a Providence-based management consultant firm, and recently The Rhode Island Council for the Humanities honored Stages of Freedom co-founders Ray Rickman and Rob Dimmick with the Innovation in the Humanities Award.

Saturday, October 27th at 11am

Author Adam J. Cox, PhD: Cracking the Boy Code

Clinical psychologist, Dr. Adam Cox, PhD, will join us to speak about his latest book, Cracking the Boy Code: how to understand and talk with boys.

Adam J. Cox, PhD is a clinical psychologist, author, speaker and educational consultant. He has been consulting and writing about the emotional and cognitive development of youth for more than a decade.

Dr. Cox’s clinical practice is located near the historic Four Corners of Tiverton, Rhode Island.

Wednesday, October 24th at 6pm

No registration required!