September 18, 2019

Weaver Library June Adult Programs


Passport Day
Monday, June 3, 2019 ~ 4pm - 8pm

The East Providence Public Library is pleased to announce that it will hold a second Passport Day for the community on June 3rd. U.S. citizens planning international travel may apply for their passports at Weaver from 4 - 8pm. A Passport Agent will process applications for individuals and families and answer any questions about the passport process. See for detailed information about the application process and/or how to renew a passport. Passport photos are $10.

World War II Living History Display (Lawn)
Saturday, June 8, 2019 ~ 10am - 3pm

East Providence resident Russ Erwin, an avid collector of World War II military items, will exhibit hundreds of artifacts (uniforms, equipment, vehicles, and personal items of soldiers) on the Weaver Library Lawn to honor the 75th anniversary of D Day and the Normandy Invasions. Erwin and other collectors who are also WWII reenactors will be on hand to answer questions and share their experiences collecting military memorabilia. They look forward to answering questions and conversing with students and veterans.

The Opioid Crisis: We Need to Talk!
Monday, June 10, 2019 ~ 7pm

Join Maureen Cavanagh, author of If you Love Me: A Mother’s Journey Through Her Daughter’s Opioid Addiction, and listen to a mother who suddenly found herself on the front lines of the opioid epidemic. Cavanagh is the founder of Magnolia New Beginnings, a nonprofit peer-support group for those living with or affected by substance abuse disorder. She has been recognized by the New York Times, CNN, and other outlets for her work fighting the opioid crisis and the stigma surrounding it. Questions? Contact Joyce at 401-434-2453 or Sponsored by East Providence Public Library and the East Providence Prevention Council.

Film Screening: Tre Maison Dasan
Meet the Filmmaker Denali Tiller and the Boys Tre, Maison, and Dasan
Thursday, June 13, 2019 ~ 6:30pm

Please join us for an exclusive screening of multi award-winning film, Tre Maison Dasan, as seen on PBS’ Independent Lens. Tre Maison Dasan is a film about three boys - Tre, Maison, and Dasan - who share the experience of having a parent in prison. Filmed over three years in Rhode Island, this intimate documentary takes on the kids’ own point of view, and through their eyes we can see the complex emotional and social landscape surrounding parental incarceration in a way never before shown. RISD filmmaker Denali Tiller and the boys will answer questions after the screening. This program has been made possible through major funding support from the RI Council for the Humanities, an independent state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Friends of the East Providence Public Library.

Weaver Library Farmers Market Opening Day
Thursday, June 20, 2019 ~ 4 -7pm

The 2019 Weaver Library Farmers Market invites you to an exciting opening day with great food, live music, and Azorean cookbook author Maria Lawton. Meet our new farmers and vendors and say hello to all our returning ones. No need to cook tonight as Pop’s All Beef Hot Dogs will be serving hot dogs, sausages, and more. Bring your dancing shoes because Superchief Trio will be in the house!

Every week through September 12th, the Weaver Library Farmers' Market will welcome customers using SNAP/EBT, WIC, Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program coupons, and credit or debit cards. Thanks to a grant from Farm Fresh RI, SNAP customers can double their SNAP in 2019! For every dollar you swipe with EBT, you'll get a FREE dollar in Bonus Bucks for buying fruits and vegetables.

Bogleheads Providence-Metro Chapter Meeting 
Saturday, June 22, 2019 ~ 10 - 11:30am

The Providence-Metro chapter welcomes members at all stages of investment, from very beginners to lifelong students of the stock market.

Weaver Library programs are free and open to all. No registration necessary unless otherwise noted.

Weaver Library, 41 Grove Avenue, East Providence, RI 02914 401-434-2453


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