Saturday October 5th
Woonsocket Harris Public Library
Large Program Room near the restrooms.
Program is Free and is great for ages 7 & up with adult.
Join Sensei Dan Guernon, for a demonstration on staying safe and knowing your surroundings. If your child walks home from school or to an afterschool activity or is just hanging out with friends in the park this is a great program to teach your child about staying safe and being aware of your environmental surroundings. What if you think someone is following you? What should you do? What things should your be aware of in your surroundings. The program will feature games, involving memory, observation, environmental awareness and movement. In these interactive games, participants may be asked to help out with demonstrations.
Sign up now for this free fun family safety program at the library.
Registration is suggested call the library at 401-769-9044.
Walk-in are welcome as long as there is space in the room.
For more information on martial arts and classes visit Sensei Guernon at Dan’s Martial Arts Centerlocated at 1 South Main Street Woonsocket, RI 02895.
Ed Fuqua hosts a Dungeons & Dragons session geared towards ages 11-18, with refreshments available!
Great Afterschool science & engineering program for Kindergarten and up!
Tuesday October 8th 4-4:45pm
The Citiblocs BlockParty:
Test your engineering skills with this fun afterschool STEAM program
Master Builders will bring thousands of precision cut
New Zealand Pine building blocks for 45 minutes of hands-on,
grades K-5 appropriate engineering!
Younger students will learn and practice principles of balance & building,
older students will learn about ratios and the importance of Engineering systems, all the while building towers, bridges & buildings.
This program is generously provided by Pow!Science! in Wakefield, RI.
Registration is suggested. Children must be with an adult at all times for safety.
Walk-ins welcome so long as there is space in the room This program takes place at the Woonsocket Harris Public Library.
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.