April 15, 2024
Libraries & Museums
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(March 20, 2024) – Birding enthusiasts eagerly await the arrival of colorful songbirds each spring in the Ocean State. These Neotropical migrants include warblers, tanagers, vireos, and others … more
(April 10, 2024) – Audubon Society of Rhode Island is committed to offering safe, accessible, and welcoming facilities and properties to all Rhode Islanders. For visitors who would benefit from … more
(April 5, 2024) – Grab a friend and hit the trails for FREE guided birding walks, pick up a paintbrush at the new Maxwell Mays Art Studio, or explore the trails and search for emerging … more
Solar Eclipse Program April 8 There’s lots going on at the Blanding this spring, starting with an astronomy program on Mon. April 8, from 6:30 to 7:30. Join Astronomical Society of Southern New … more
THE SPACE WE HOLD At the DeBlois Gallery April 6th-28th, 2024 Opening Reception Saturday April 6th, 5-7 PM Gallery Night Thursday April 11th, 5-7 PM Our April exhibit, The Space We Hold, features the work of sculptor Alexander … more
We are inviting youngsters ages 5 – 10* to bring their favorite doll, stuffed animal or Teddy Bear to at TEA at Hornbine School. R.S.V.P. by April 21st – Donation = $15.00 Historians will … more
(March 6, 2024) – Nothing says spring like a chorus of frogs! Bring the kids and see if you can spot species in the ponds and listen to their croaks, trills, and gunks! Grab a friend and hit … more
A Fun Visit with the Pups Children greatly enjoyed the pleasure of having two four-legged friends visit the library for a special program all about the importance of therapy dogs.  Thank you to … more
The museum and research center is open! Come visit us Tuesday or Thursday from 1-4 PM or the first Saturday morning of each month from 1-4PM The Rehoboth Genealogy Group meets on ZOOM and at the … more
Come find out at the Rehoboth Land Trust Annual Meeting! Sunday, April 14, 2024 2 pm – 4 pm Carpenter Museum Free Refreshments -- Public Welcome Why are there so many Yellow Birch trees around … more
Do you know a young person who would like to attend a Spring Tea Time at the Hornbine School? We are offering an event for ages 5 – 10* on Sunday, May 5th, between 2 and 4 P.M. Bring your … more
The Falls Firebarn Museum of North Attleborough History will hold a Psychic Fair Fundraiser at the museum from 12 until 5 on Saturday, March 16th. The cost of a 15 minute reading is $20 and an admission charge of $2 includes a chance at a door … more
The Rhode Island Post Card Club holds its next meeting and sale on Sunday February 25th from 9 AM to 2 PM at the Knights of Columbus, 15 Bassett Street in North Providence. The hall is easily accessible from Route 146. Take the Mineral Spring Ave. … more
No Fines in February Now is the time to look for those overdue books and other library items and return them during the month of February. No fines will be charged for any overdue library items you … more
Sunday, May 5, 2024 We invite you to a “Spring Tea Time” on Sunday, May 5, 2024 from 2 - 4 for children and their favorite doll, American Girl Doll, or stuffed animal. Hornbine School … more
Free and open to the public: The Attleboro Historic Preservation Society will be hosting Attleboro's Caprons, presented by Marian Wrightington, Chair of the Attleboro Historical Commission. January 18, 6:45 PM at the Attleboro Area Industrial Museum … more
(January 4, 2023) – Some of the coolest birds in Rhode Island are found in the coldest months! Take a winter birding walk, sample some tasty brews and learn all about local owls – or join … more
(January 16, 2024) – Let the kids go a little wild during February school vacation break! Come to Audubon and meet owls, hawks, and turtles. Pull on your warm and wooly mittens for outdoor … more
Smithfield, RI (January 8, 2024) – Nearly every group of birds, from those found in shrubby habitats and grasslands to those that reside in wetlands or eat insects on the fly, are declining. As … more
Thank You to Volunteers Let’s start the New Year by thanking the Blanding’s young volunteers. Twice a month the DRRHS special transition students volunteer in the children's area.  … more
The Little Rhody Bottle Club's annual antique bottle show and sale will be held from 9 AM to 2 PM on Sunday, January 7, 2024 at the Taunton Convention Center inside the former Clarion Hotel, 700 Myles Standish Blvd., Rt. 495 exit 25 in Taunton, MA. … more
What do Michigan, North Carolina, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island all have in common? People from each of these states care about protecting Rehoboth’s remaining wild and open spaces! … more
Breakfast With Santa On Sat. Dec. 16, Santa is taking time from his busy schedule to join us at the Blanding Library for breakfast, at 9:30 and at 10:30. Come and share your wish list, take photos, … more
(Rehoboth, MA) – Join us at the Carpenter Museum (4 Locust Ave.) for a free program with Seaconke Wampanoag Tribe members Kristine Sky Wind Thomas-Jones, DC, PhD and Jennifer Rawlings, Esq. as … more
The Hornbine school Museum has closed for the 2023 season. Each year, we pack away items in plastic boxes so the mice can’t destroy materials during the winter. We store some items at our homes … more
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