November 20, 2017
Libraries & Museums
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This summer, the Carpenter Museum welcomed Crystal Johnson as its new Collections Manager. The Museum's former curator, Laura Napolitano, moved to North Carolina with her family in July after eight … more
Attleboro, MA – October 10, 2017: Capron Park Zoo is pleased to announce the birth of two FENNEC FOX KITS. Now about 5 weeks old, they are venturing out on exhibit. Come on down to the zoo and meet … more
(October 2, 2017) – Give thanks for all that nature provides. Bring the kids for seed safaris, owl prowls, forest treks and more! Unless noted, registration is required for all programs. A … more
(September 28, 2017) – Head out on the quiet, cool morning trails and watch for birds and other wildlife or hike at night in search of owls or the resident beavers on the Fisherville Pond. … more
Attleboro Springs Wildlife Sanctuary comes alive at night with this fun, non-scary, Halloween event. Visitors will be guided through pumpkin-lit trails by their tour guides. Along the way, you'll be greeted by forest inhabitants who will share the … more
The Newport Gallery Organization’s popular Gallery Night Walking Tours have a new addition for this month’s October Newport Gallery Night. A tour of the lower Thames Street galleries starting at 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 12th will meet at … more
Follow this link to add your email to our newsletter list!Costume Swap @Weaver LibraryBring in a clean, gently-used children’s costume anytime in September through October . Receive a ticket … 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
(For ages 10+ unless otherwise noted.)Creature Creation Lab @ Fuller Creative Learning CenterIn this 4-week workshop, we will use a mix of hand and machine sewing to make our own unique stuffed … more
Bristol, R.I. (September 25, 2017) – Let’s face it. Historically, literature and folklore haven’t always been kind to the Raven. With its sleek black feathers and piercing eyes, … more
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