This program is for adults who work with young children and wish to tone their storytelling skills with a professional storyteller with over 25 years of experience performing for young children.
This program is free and covers
Tips and techniques for effective telling
finding, selecting & learning stories to tell
practice telling in a safe & supportive enviornment
Sharing ideas, songs & fingerplays
Using puppets, felt boards & other props
creating original stories
The purpose of the RI Early Childhood Storyteller Ring is to encourage oral storytelling both in the classroom and at home. This free monthly group is being facilitated by Anne-Mare Forer.
For more information about Anne-Marie Forer email@example.com
To register for the program call the library at 769-9044×2
Walk-ins are welcome.
Sorry, this program is for adults only, not for children.
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.
Children ages 3 & up will use their imagination to make creations with play dough using cookie cutters, rolling pins and other tools. This is appropriate for children ages 3 & up with an adult caregiver. Registration is required to make sure there is enough material for all participants. Please call the Children’s room at 769-9044 Ext. 2.
When the library is open, every Friday in the main program room from 2-4:30 PM is Teen Drop In Time with the Young Adult librarian Ed, for middle and high school students. Meet friends, play games or watch a movie. Light snacks available.
No program January 31st. Begins Friday February 7th
Parents as teachers PAT presents this information session about community recourses for teens grades 9-12 every Friday through March.