Annie Marie Cote runs the Artists Circle for adults 18 years and up only. Takes place every other Thursday. This is not a class. No instruction will be given. Bring your own art materials and project.
Saturday October 19th
7 & under 1-2pm Costume parade 2pm
8 & up 2:30-3:30 Costume parade 3:30pm
Tickets available for free starting Monday Oct 7th
Tickets are given out so we do not exceed space.
Face Painting ** Balloons ** Costume Contest
Games ** Prizes ** Costume Contest ** Crafts
Great for ages 2 and up! Children must be with an adult at all times for safety.
Info for Volunteers ages 13-17. Please arrive at 12:00pm. We will serve refreshments for volunteers, go over the rules and assign game stations. At 12:45 we will go out into the room and set up our games and posters. 1pm open to the public. Break 2-2:30pm. Service hours end at 4 or 4:30 depending on needed clean up time. We have approximately 10 game stations and two people per game station are needed. We also have a craft room and other stations that need volunteers. Students may dress in costume, keeping in mind no scary costumes or clowns please. Your face must be visible, no masks, though faces and hair may be painted or decorated. Beacon students should see Mr. LeClair. Woonsocket High School students should see Ms. Koczera to register for this event. Other students see Ms. Chris at the Woonsocket Harris Public Library.
The Museum of Work and Culture and the Woonsocket Harris Public Library
present Rivers and Waterwheels and the Mills. Open to all homeschool families.
Please visit the Museum of Work and Culture’s website to register for this event or
Call the library at 401-769-9044 x2. Registration is required.
Toddlers (ages 18 months- 2 years) and caregivers listen to stories, sing songs, learn finger plays & play with puppets.
Call 769-9044 Ext.2 to register. Registration begins Monday 9/23/19. Walk ins welcome if there is space available.
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