Brews for Books

Oct. 21, 2017, 6:30pm-10pm

Do good deeds by drinking beer! Enjoy local breweries. All proceeds help to fund the library.

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Homebrewing 101 Presentation

Monday, July 10, 6 pm

Interested in learning how to brew your own beer? Or have you brewed and have questions about the process? Join members of the Rhode Island Brewing Society to discuss beginner homebrewing techniques. You will leave with information about where to purchase the essential tools and the ingredients, as well as a printed recipe and instructions. All adults are invited to attend this free event in the library auditorium.


Mermaid Masterpieces

Wednesday, July 5th, 4-5pm

Learn how to paint with simple step-by-step instructions. We will provide the paint, canvas, and brushes, all you have bring is your imagination. At the end of this program everyone will walk away with their own masterpiece, a new skill, and most importantly confidence!

Indigo Wonders

Wednesday, June 28, 3-5 pm

Join us outside, behind the library for a free T-shirt dyeing workshop! Work with an indigo blue dye vat, one of the last of the old dyes still in use (that's what your blue jeans were dyed with!) and learn how to create patterns like these with clamps and stitching. Bring your own T-shirt, or use one of ours! We bought shirts in a range of children's and adult sizes, and will provide them for free on a first come, first serve basis.


Summer Readers' Round Table

Tuesday, June 27, 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Looking for something new to read this summer? Casual readers and bookworms alike are encouraged to join in a friendly discussion. Share the books that are making you happy and get reading recommendations.


Summer Reading Kickoff with Fiddle N' Fun

Monday, June 26, 4:00-5:00pm

Fiddle N' Fun is a music education program designed for young children. In this program kids will sing, play listening games, dance, and get to try a Fiddlestix, a simple one-stringed instrument. Fiddlestix are incredibly fun, durable, and have been proven to prepare young listeners for learning the violin. For ages 2-10.