Winners are invited to share their poems at Open Mic Poetry night 7-8:30pm.
Weekly Thursdays 10am-12pm
Family Support Specialist, Linda Brunetti, from Autism Project will be present for all families looking for information and support on Autism and other Developmental Disabilities. This program is provided by “Creating the Connections.”
Program and materials are free and provided in the children’s room. A binder is available during regular library hours. For more Information or Questions, please call Linda at 401-785-2666 ext. 76045 or email her at email@example.com.
Thursday May 30th 5-7pm
Kids get FREE Books, Snacks and Activities!!! Come join the fun.
Snacks & activities will be provided by the Rotary Club of Woonsocket.
Books will be provided by Books Are Wings.
While you are waiting for your turn at the free book table,
Visit our craft table and make something to take home.
Books and activities are suitable for families with children ages 4 and up
Children under 12 must be with an adult caregiver at all times.
No registration necessary walk-ins are welcome.
Sponsored by Books Are Wings and the Rotary Club of Woonsocket
Come and meet 20-30 RI Authors who will be here with their great books, available for purchase and signing for all ages. Free event in the main program room.
French Canadian presentation runs 1-2:30pm., Dr. Leslie Choquette, Director of the French Institute, Assumption College, Worcester, Massachusetts and author Jackie Finn. Book is titled: From Habitants to Immigrants: The Sansoucys, the Harpins, and the Potvins. This is the story of the lives of two, eventually three, French Canadian families from their settlement by soldiers in the Richelieu Valley of Quebec in 1665 to their immigration to the mill towns of Massachusetts at the turn of the twentieth century. Told generation by generation, the book portrays the military expeditions of the Carignan-Salières Regiment sent by King Louis XIV of France to quell the marauding Iroquois, the colonization of the soldiers in the Canadian wilderness, the dependence on a family economy with all hands working through the seasons, the pain of epidemics, famine, war, the loss of French Canada to England and the ensuing cultural conflicts, and ultimately, the end of available farmland which led to emigration and the creation of a Franco-American diaspora in New England. Free and open to all.