March 30, 2017
Libraries & Museums
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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
Learn how to reuse spare fabric you already have to create customizable bags in this free Furoshiki workshop at Seekonk Library on Wednesday, April 19 at 6:30 PM. Space is limited; registration with a SAILS library card is required. … more
In celebration of Black and Female History in Rhode Island, 28 Great Rhode Island Women will read Dr. Maya Angelou's Poetry at "And Still I Rise". The event is free and open to the public, and will include free food, prizes, and many great … more
Do you have more pictures on your computer than you know what to do with? Coming up with effective systems to organize your photographs can be overwhelming. Come learn some tips & tricks for organizing your digital photos on your computer. No … more
The Delvena Theatre Company will be presenting Meet Julia Child! at the Blanding Public Library, 124 Bay State Road, Rehoboth, MA, on Tuesday, May 2, at 6:30 PM. Meet Julia Child! is a live … more
Family Nature HikesSundays, April 2, May 7, and June 4 10:00am - 11:00amAudience: Families of all agesMembers; FREE Nonmembers: $2.00/person (Max family price of $8) Join us on our monthly hike of … more
(March 20, 2017) – The Audubon Society of Rhode Island will host Party for the Peregrines on Friday, April 21, 2017 at the Squantum Club in East Providence. This festive celebration of Rhode … more
Join us to visit the farms of local growers and learn about extending your growing season with a HIGH TUNNEL! You’ll learn about federal funding opportunities, how conservation can benefit your land or business, and where you can go for … more
Audience:Grouped by age ( 5 - 7yrs and 8 - 12yrs) Join the adventure and explore Oak Knoll during our school vacation week programs for children ages 5-12. Our programs are designed to nurture … more
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