May 29, 2017
Libraries & Museums
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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
We are happy to announce a free drawing series (3 classes) at the Seekonk Public Library, Drawing from a Picture, beginning Thursday, May 4 at 6:00 PM. Space is limited; pre-registration with a SAILS library card is required for each participant. … more
Henry David Thoreau, the great naturalist from Massachusetts, once wrote “We need the tonic of the wildness...we can never have enough of nature.” To find this tonic in Seekonk, we need not … more
(March 6, 2017) – Go ahead and get a little muddy as you search for salamanders, build a bog, go on a swamp stomp and more! Remember that Audubon has tons of hands-on nature fun during April … more
Board Members Needed Are you looking to give back to your community/library? The Friends’ board can always use more hands/ideas/support! We meet once a month to plan future fundraising events … more
The Cape Verdean Museum Exhibit has reopened to the public for its 12th season after its winter closing. Located at 1003 Waterman Avenue in East Providence, the CVME is the only museum in the United … more
“2nd Sunday” Spring Open HousesApril 9 and May 14 1:00 - 3:30pmJohn Hunt Museum - 65 Hunts Mills Road - 02916“Hikes”: meet Ernie Germani of the EP Conservation Com. at the … more
The Seekonk Public Library announces the following programs for April 2017StorytimesSeekonk Library storytimes focus on the five principles of reading readiness from the Every Child Ready to … more
Teen Hoop Dancing Basics Class @ Fuller Creative Learning CenterAnyone ages 12-19 is welcome to come learn the art of Hooping from Jesse Jewels in this six week introductory class. Mondays through … more
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