Located in the children’s program room on selected Saturdays.
Bring your imagination. We supply the Legos! We will put your creation on display until the next Lego Club meets.
As these are the smaller Legos, an adult must be with the child in the room at all times for safety.
Writer’s Workshop held in the Woonsocket Room to network, help cultivate writers and offer research skills for those interested in writing. Open to high school students and adults. Must contact the group leader first to reserve a spot in the workshop, call John Peacock at 401-332-8323. Workshop will be held twice a month in September, October and November.
Ella Rodriguez of Food for Life will present healthy nutrition games for families. Great for ages 6 & up with adult.
Nutrition Education through games for kids and their parents
Thursday, October 3rd at 6pm
What is a HEALTHY FOOD?
Most often we think we know the answer to this question, but due to clever advertisements there are many things that we have made to believe that are good for us, but in fact they are not.
Do you want to know the TRUTH?
Join us to learn the truth. In this workshop we’ll play some games that will make it easy to understand what proper diet looks like and what are the best foods to eat in order to grow up healthy and strong.
Meet local author Dr. Michael Fine as he discusses his debut novel titled Abundance. Books will be available for signing. Free and open to all. No registration needed.
Two hour workshop session for Parents of High School Students in grades 9-11 will take you through the college process. Sign up with Margaret by calling 401-767-4126. Please leave your name and a contact phone number if no answer. There will be a short break in between hours and light refreshments available. Please bring a laptop or tablet and log into some free sites for college money and info. Presented by financial expert Bob Sherman, author of many articles and books.