February 22, 2019
Libraries & Museums
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Volunteering at the Carpenter Museum is a great way to meet interesting people while deepening your own knowledge of local history. Enjoy refreshments while you learn about our various volunteer … more
Spring Trad Arts Class registrations have begun! Classes being offered: Papermaking / Suzi Ballenger May 1 - May 22 (Wed. Evenings) 6:00 - 8:30 PM Professional textile artist Suzi Ballenger teaches the … more
(January 30, 2019) – With warmer weather on the way, there is not a better time to get outside! Experience sweet maple sugaring, go birding with an expert, bring the kids to meet some cool … more
(February 8, 2019) – March means reptiles at Audubon! Bring the kids for some up-close experiences and learn all about these cool creatures.Unless noted, registration is required for all … more
School Vacation Activities Big Birds: Marla Isaac of New England Reptiles and Raptors will return to the Blanding on Tues. Feb. 19 at 1:30 p.m. to present a program on birds of prey. Come and meet … more
We know historically that the American textile industry began in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. But how many of us have experienced first-hand the hustle and bustle of a textile manufactory, or any type of manufacturing plant? Slater Mill opens a … more
We know historically that the American textile industry began in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. But how many of us have experienced first-hand the hustle and bustle of a textile manufactory, or any type of manufacturing plant? Slater Mill opens a … more
We know historically that the American textile industry began in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. But how many of us have experienced first-hand the hustle and bustle of a textile manufactory, or any type of manufacturing plant? Slater Mill opens a … more
The E. Otis Dyer, Jr. Center at the Carpenter Museum at 4 Locust Avenue is a wonderful space for research. It contains the Robert Sheldon Trim Collection of local genealogy and history. Robert Trim … more
Owl Prowls at Oak KnollDates: Fri Feb 1, Sat Feb 9thTime: 6:30pm to 8:00 pmAudience: All Ages WelcomeMembers: $10.00 per personNonmembers: $12.00 per personOwl season is upon us. Come join us at Oak … more
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