If you have a tech question or would like to learn a new skill, book a 30-minute tech tutorial with a reference librarian and get hands-on computer help.
If you need help with a Kindle, iPad, or other tablet or e-reader, bring your own device. For everything else, we have library computers you can use.
Book your session by visiting or calling 401-783-8254, or send an email to Britta at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put “Tech Help” in the subject line of the email and let us know what project or skill you need help with.
Children's Book Week--All Month Long!
May 1-May 31
Robert Beverly Hale Library
Children’s Book Week is April 30-May 6, but we’re celebrating at the Robert Beverly Hale Library all month long!
Stop and try our book character silhouette challenge and win a prize! We’ll also have supplies out all month to create your own unique bookmark!
All 3 locations of the South Kingstown Public Library will be closed on Monday, May 28, for Memorial Day.
Join us for nursery rhymes, fingerplays, stories, songs and movement activities. Geared for ages birth to 2 years but all are welcome.
Join us for an interactive workshop with Nora Hall, author of Survive Your Husband's Retirement: Tips for Staying Happily Married, now in its second edition. Nora's writing and workshops are designed to help those facing life transitions to find joy and purpose in this chapter of life, and her warm and welcoming leadership engages participants to focus on the new dynamics retirement will bring. Space is limited for this event. Please register at 789-1555 xt 108, or email@example.com.
Bookmarks, the book discussion group at the Robert Beverly Hale Library, meets the final Thursday of the month at 7pm to talk about good books. This month's selection is The Book That Matters Most by Rhode Island native Ann Hood. All are welcome. Books available in advance at the library.
Ongoing yoga class at the Kingston Free Library. Hosted by All That Matters, this class is low impact, focusing on stretching, breathing, and meditation. Good for all levels. Please bring a towel or mat. Register at 783-8254 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Silent Reading Party
Friday, June 1, 3:30-4:30 PM
Peace Dale Library
Love to read, but have trouble finding time? Love to spend time with others who love books? Join our monthly Silent Reading Party for grades 7-12. Bring whatever book you are reading or pick one from our display to try out. We'll start by chatting about what we are reading, then...READ! Snacks will be served and every participant will get a free book to take home.
Registration preferred, drop-ins welcome, contact email@example.com or 789-1555 ext. 105.
Join us at Peace Dale Library on Saturday, June 2, 2 PM, with the Classics Five Jazz Quintet.
The quintet consists of Al Testa, Band Leader, on trumpet and flugelhorn; Carine Paul, vocalist; James Seaberry, lead jazz guitar; Mike Verrecchia, electric/upright bass; and Paul Gruttaduria, drums/vocals. The group plays music from the classic American songbook with jazz improvisation, light rock, show tunes, do-wop, a country tune or two, and movie themes. The musicians are all from Rhode Island and have been playing for many years at venues throughout the state.
Free, open to the public, and made possible by Friends of the Peace Dale Library.
Registration is suggested but not required. Click "Register" below, call 401-789-1555 xt 108, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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