September 26, 2020
Libraries & Museums
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Seekonk, MA – Seekonk Library patrons can now use the Zoom video conferencing service to ask about our download/stream and online learning options on the dates below:Tuesday, June 2 | 3 … more
Seekonk, MA – Has the Quarantine got you all out of shape? Register now for a free one month membership to the Create Power Yoga Virtual Studio! This limited time program gives participants … more
Do to the state of affairs in Massachusetts, the Hornbine School Association has decided NOT to open The Hornbine School Museum during June and July 2020. We will decide whether to open the museum or … more
The Friends of the Seekonk Public Library and Seekonk Library Trust are sponsoring a project called @SeekonKindness. “Our goal is to pull together the amazing ways in which acts of kindness are … more
(April 30, 2020) – Start your summer off right – in the great outdoors! Join an Audubon expert for a birding walk or day trip, discover the fascinating world of bats, or get up-close with … more
The Blanding, like other public libraries in the state, is still closed right now due to the corona virus epidemic. Blanding Director Whitney Pape says, “The library staff and the Rehoboth … more
The Seekonk Public Library, which has been closed for the last month and a half due to the coronavirus pandemic, may soon be reopening its doors to patrons. “A great deal remains unknown … more
Seekonk Library has resources that support at-home learning and leisure reading. Need assistance? Email the Youth Services Librarians at childrens@seekonkpl.orgBooks, Books and More Books for Your … more is the place to be!The East Providence Public Library is excited to announce that it is now providing books, DVDs and more for adults and families in a contact free, … more
Seekonk, MA – (April 21, 2020) We hope you are keeping healthy and safe during the COVID public health emergency. For the health & safety of our staff and community, the library building is … more
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