April 26, 2017
Libraries & Museums
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In conjunction with Earth Day celebrations throughout the city, please join other volunteers to help keep the Boyden Wildlife Refuge clean. Here’s how you can help: Bring your work gloves and garden tools (rakes, pruners, cultivators, and … more
475 Bullocks Point Ave, RiversidePaint Workshop For AdultsThursday May 4, 2017 at 6:30 PMRebecca Killian of Mermaid Masterpieces will teach participants how to paint a specific painting on canvas … more
Join us for Bike Maintenance Basics on Wednesday, May 17 at 6:00 PM. Note this is a demonstration class; please do not bring bikes. Registration is preferred, but not required. Register on the library’s website at seekonkpl.org or by calling the … more
Seekonk, MA April 13, 2017…… Seekonk Meadows, located on the nine-acre grounds of the Seekonk Library, 410 Newman Avenue, Seekonk, Ma. 02771 (508) 336-8230, will be holding its 6th … more
The GFWC Taunton and Raynham Junior Woman's Club remembered five local libraries this week on Library Workers Appreciation Day by delivering cellophane wrapped chocolates to each library. Each … more
(April 7, 2015) – Birding isn’t only for adults! Bring the kids and head out on the trails with an Audubon guide for birding fun! Search for spring migrants, learn about one of the … more
Come to the Seekonk Library on Monday, May 8th at 6 PM to learn more about your pooch and how to be a better companion to them. This program is offered FREE to the public through a partnership with the Seekonk Save A Pet Society. Please note this … more
Do you wish kids today knew more about history? We do, too! And that's why every May we work with teachers to provide an immersive, hands-on history experience for 3rd graders in Rehoboth. This … more
Fiddle N’Fun for Kids on Wed. April 19 The Blanding is offering a great school vacation program with Joel Beauchemin from Rhode Island’s Fiddle N’Fun at 10:30 a.m. on April 19. This … more
It’s finally spring and turtles will soon be on the move. Madeleine Linck, a local wildlife biologist and naturalist, gave a very interesting talk and slide show about our native turtles at the … more
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