March 19, 2018
Libraries & Museums
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Make your beloved book into a brand new work of art by transforming it into a journal. We will explore multiple ways to mine new creative uses from our well-used titles while rescuing them from recycling. A limited number of books will be provided; … more
StorytimesSeekonk Library storytimes focus on the five principles of reading readiness from the Every Child Ready to Read program. These principles are talking, singing, reading, writing and playing. … more
The Fuller Creative Learning Center continues its schedule of programs and workshops. The schedule for March and April includes:Adults/Young AdultsCutting Cable Class - Thursday, March 15th, … more
Seekonk Brownie Troop #975 donate blankets they made to Seekonk Animal Shelter. The blankets were made through the Pet Blanket Project at Seekonk Library with the blankets being given to pets who are … more
Lincoln, MA.—Mass Audubon’s Birders Meeting, the largest conference of its kind in New England, returns to the UMass Boston campus on Dorchester Bay Sunday, March 11, when hundreds of … more
It sure feels like spring has sprung in Seekonk. And that means day trips abound! Stop by the Seekonk Public Library and get your museum passes! And don’t forget to grab an issue of “Book … more
Follow this link to add your email to our newsletter list!LEGOs at the Library @Riverside Branch LibraryWednesdays, March 7 & 14, 3:30-4:30, for kids of all agesSharpen your engineering skills … more
Celebrating Rehoboth Through GenealogySaturday, March 3, 10AM – 3PMContact: Lende McMullen,genealogy@rehobothantiquarian.orgFREE! Register here: … more
Everyday Life in 17th-Century New EnglandWednesday, April 18, 6PMContact: 508-252-3031, programs@RehobothAntiquarian.orgJohn McNiff, Park Ranger at the Roger Williams National Memorial, will explore … more
Weaver Library welcomes them! The Friends of the East Providence Public Library are collecting books for their Spring Book Sale, scheduled for April 26 to 29, at Weaver Library. Proceeds from the … more
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