April 26, 2017
Libraries & Museums
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(January 30, 2017) – It’s time to get your boots a little muddy! Head outside in the warmer temperatures and experience Audubon’s maple sugaring and pancake breakfast, observe the … more
Take Your Child To The Library Day @Weaver LibrarySaturday, February 4, 201710:00-4:00 - Build with Legos in the Children's RoomIntroduce … more
Join Slater Mill senior interpreter and nationally-known paranormal expert Carl L. Johnson for our popular, 90-minute Paranormal Investigation Tour of the Slater Mill historic site. This program explores the 1793 Slater Mill, the 1758 … more
Join Slater Mill senior interpreter and nationally-known paranormal expert Carl L. Johnson for our popular, 90-minute Paranormal Investigation Tour of the Slater Mill historic site. This program explores the 1793 Slater Mill, the 1758 … more
Seekonk residents will see the proposed design for a new Seekonk Public Library at a special preview on Wednesday, November 16. Members of the design team from Tappe Architects will take viewers … more
The highly anticipated Fuller Creative Learning Center opens with its schedule of regular programs this October. The schedule for fall includes: Preschool music class STEAM for toddler’s … more
Despite the rain, close to 400 people attended the museum’s annual Strawberry Country Festival in June to enjoy activities and exhibits and, of course, yummy strawberry treats. Thanks to Lende … more
Seekonk residents will get to see drawings of how their public library building might be improved at a public meeting on Wednesday, May 11. This will be the fourth and final meeting in a series of … more
Student art work from throughout East Providence has been displayed at the Weaver Library on Grove Avenue and also at the Riverside branch library during March. The Council for Art Education (CFAE) … more
Seekonk residents will have an opportunity to view and discuss design options for the Seekonk Public Library at public meetings scheduled for Tuesday, March 29 and Wednesday, May 11. These meetings … more
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