We supply the chocolate melts in a variety of colors and Oreo’s in a variety of flavors. Take a cake pop stick and attach it to the Oreo of your choice and dip it in chocolate. Then choose from a variety of sprinkles to make your Oreo Pop decorative.
Although there are no nut products in this program it is possible that some of the decorations or chocolate melts may be processed in a factory that also produces nuts. Please advise us if you child has any food allergy upon registration.
Open to students in Middle School and High School only.
For safety reasons we must keep the ages to 10 and up for participants in the room. Younger siblings may wait outside the room with an adult caregiver.
Registration begins Tuesday April 9th.
Come join us at the Woonsocket Harris Public Library for eye-shadow tips and tricks. Learn new ways to make your eye-shadow look seamless and blend together beautifully and more. Learn new glam looks to spice up your makeup routine, and learn ways to incorporate glitter to your makeup looks. New brushes and make up wipes will be provided. Call us 401-769-9044 and reserve your spot. Like our Facebook event for this program if you are interested in going. Open to students in Middle School and High School only.
Thursday May 9, 2019
Mr. Dennis Skehan will present a fun vocabulary word game where kids can use letters to build new words, using all the letters of the alphabet.
Parents are invited to play too.
Suggested for grades 4 & up.
Light snacks will be provided.
Registration is recommended call the children’s room at 769-9044 x2
Appropriate for ages 3 & up with an adult caregiver. Come join us in the Children’s room to make a card and/or a simple paper craft for a special person on Mother’s Day between 2- 4 pm on Saturday , 5/11/19 .
On Monday, May 20, the Museum of Work and Culture and the Woonsocket Harris Public Library invite families to discover the tough choices French Canadians faced in making the decision to immigrate to the United States, with the Decision to Leave, an immersive education program for students of all ages.
The Museum of Work and Culture – May 20th, 10:00-11:00am
Located at 42 South Main Street. The program will begin at the Museum at 10:00am, where families will gather in the farm house exhibit to engage with a living history interpreter and learn more about her family’s decision to leave their home in Canada. A Museum guide will teach participants more about life on the farm, the challenges families faced transitioning to their new way of life, and lead a discussion about what choice students would make living in those conditions.
Travel from the Museum to the Library where the program will continue.
The Woonsocket Harris Public Library at 11:30-12:30pm Located at 303 Clinton Street where families will have the opportunity to explore Woonsocket’s textile history with a sewing craft. Then join staff for a sewing craft, use the light board to trace a picture to color, explore local history websites with our iPads and using the green screen put yourself in the historical photo. Come in period dress for extra fun! Light refreshments including water & fruit will be served.
Space is limited and registration is required.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a spot for your family.