Seekonk Public Library

Calendar of Events


  

Wednesday April 28, 2021

We are now offering online registration for curbside pick up. If you have received a notification that your holds are available, sign up for a timeslot. . 

CONTACT: Seekonk Library  508-336-8230
LOCATION: Library Parking Lot
The registration period has ended.

We are now offering online registration for curbside pick up. If you have received a notification that your holds are available, sign up for a timeslot. . 

CONTACT:
  Seekonk Library
  508.336.8230
  

LOCATION: Library Parking Lot

The registration period has ended.

 
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10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Knit & Crochet Club

knit and crochet club

This group meets every Wednesday from 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM currently outdoors, weather permitting. New members are welcome. To confirm the meeting and for more information, contact sjpaille@gmail.com.

 
CONTACT:   sjpaille@gmail.com
LOCATION: Behind Library

knit and crochet club

This group meets every Wednesday from 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM currently outdoors, weather permitting. New members are welcome. To confirm the meeting and for more information, contact sjpaille@gmail.com.

 
CONTACT:
  
  
   sjpaille@gmail.com

LOCATION: Behind Library

 
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1:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Preschool Storytime

 
Join Miss Sandie for this live, virtual, themed storytime for children ages 2-5. 
 
Please know that younger siblings are always welcome to attend.

This is a live, virtual event via Zoom. Register and the Zoom link will be sent one hour before the program starts.
 
After storytime
Stop in to Seekonk Library and select books to take home for YOUR child!
Also browse our collection of eBooks for young children available through OverDriveHoopla and Tumblebooks.
 
This storytime focuses talking, singing, reading, and playing- important principles for YOUR child’s language development and reading readiness
CONTACT: Youth Services Department  508-336-8230 x56140  childrens@seekonkpl.org
LOCATION: Virtual - Zoom Public Svcs
The registration period has ended.

 
Join Miss Sandie for this live, virtual, themed storytime for children ages 2-5. 
 
Please know that younger siblings are always welcome to attend.

This is a live, virtual event via Zoom. Register and the Zoom link will be sent one hour before the program starts.
 
After storytime
Stop in to Seekonk Library and select books to take home for YOUR child!
Also browse our collection of eBooks for young children available through OverDriveHoopla and Tumblebooks.
 
This storytime focuses talking, singing, reading, and playing- important principles for YOUR child’s language development and reading readiness
CONTACT:
  Youth Services Department
  508.336.8230 x56140
   childrens@seekonkpl.org

LOCATION: Virtual - Zoom Public Svcs

The registration period has ended.

 
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5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Community Circle Art Project for Families

Community Circle Project for Families on Wednesday, April 28 at 5:00 PM

Families are invited to participate in a unique, relaxing program that combines art with a sense of community. Using the simple shape of a circle and basic drawing supplies, participants will create art that reflects their thoughts or feelings. While drawing, participants will have the opportunity to engage in meaningful conversation about common bonds and the desire for good in our lives, our community and the world. Participants will be lead step-by-step by local artist and Community Circle Project founder, Sandy Coleman. At the end of the program, everyone will be invited to take a photo of their completed circle to be exhibited on the Community Circle Project website.

The program will be held virtually via Zoom and is open to families with children of all ages. No experience is necessary to participate, just a desire to draw, create and build a sense of community through art. A separate event for adults will be held at 6:30 pm. 

Seekonk Library will supply a circle kit that includes: 3 circle templates, plain white paper (8 x 10), pencil, eraser. Supplies may be picked up starting April 14.
Families provide black permanent marker (ex: Sharpie), colored markers or pencils, good will toward others

Sandy Coleman has taught art classes at the Attleboro Arts Museum for five years. Her acrylic paintings and mixed-media collage works reflect her fascination with torn paper used as 'paint.' Sandy’s creations have been featured on HGTV, in Oprah magazine, and in exhibitions at colleges, museums and galleries in the Boston and Providence area. “Change happens in big and small ways and each of us can play a role in that through the power of art for relaxation, reflection and reflection.”

Reminder that the supplies may be picked up starting Wednesday, April 14.
The Zoom invite link will be sent to registrants approximately 1 hour before the event's start time.

This program is funded through a grant from the Seekonk Cultural Council, a local agency that is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.

CONTACT: Youth Services Dept  508-336-8230 x56140  childrens@seekonkpl.org
LOCATION: Virtual - Zoom Public Svcs
The registration period has ended.

Community Circle Project for Families on Wednesday, April 28 at 5:00 PM

Families are invited to participate in a unique, relaxing program that combines art with a sense of community. Using the simple shape of a circle and basic drawing supplies, participants will create art that reflects their thoughts or feelings. While drawing, participants will have the opportunity to engage in meaningful conversation about common bonds and the desire for good in our lives, our community and the world. Participants will be lead step-by-step by local artist and Community Circle Project founder, Sandy Coleman. At the end of the program, everyone will be invited to take a photo of their completed circle to be exhibited on the Community Circle Project website.

The program will be held virtually via Zoom and is open to families with children of all ages. No experience is necessary to participate, just a desire to draw, create and build a sense of community through art. A separate event for adults will be held at 6:30 pm. 

Seekonk Library will supply a circle kit that includes: 3 circle templates, plain white paper (8 x 10), pencil, eraser. Supplies may be picked up starting April 14.
Families provide black permanent marker (ex: Sharpie), colored markers or pencils, good will toward others

Sandy Coleman has taught art classes at the Attleboro Arts Museum for five years. Her acrylic paintings and mixed-media collage works reflect her fascination with torn paper used as 'paint.' Sandy’s creations have been featured on HGTV, in Oprah magazine, and in exhibitions at colleges, museums and galleries in the Boston and Providence area. “Change happens in big and small ways and each of us can play a role in that through the power of art for relaxation, reflection and reflection.”

Reminder that the supplies may be picked up starting Wednesday, April 14.
The Zoom invite link will be sent to registrants approximately 1 hour before the event's start time.

This program is funded through a grant from the Seekonk Cultural Council, a local agency that is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.

CONTACT:
  Youth Services Dept
  508.336.8230 x56140
   childrens@seekonkpl.org

LOCATION: Virtual - Zoom Public Svcs

The registration period has ended.

 
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5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Board of Library Trustees Meeting

As per Governor Baker's Executive Order suspending certain provisions of the Open Meeting Law, G.L. c. 30A, sec. 20, this will be an online meeting with Zoom.  The public may see and listen to the meeting via ZOOM.  The meeting ID # is 896 3848 7397.  People who have questions about viewing and/or listening to this meeting or should contact Kathleen Hibbert, Library Director by calling (508) 336-8230, ext. 56110 or by emailing, khibbert@seekonkpl.org.

The public is also welcome to submit questions and comments prior to the meeting by emailing the Mike Durkay, Chairperson, Board of Library Trustees at trustees@seekonkpl.org.  Members of the public who wish to address the library trustees at this meeting must submit a request to the Chairperson no later than 12:00 PM on the preceding Friday.

As per Governor Baker's Executive Order suspending certain provisions of the Open Meeting Law, G.L. c. 30A, sec. 20, this will be an online meeting with Zoom.  The public may see and listen to the meeting via ZOOM.  The meeting ID # is 896 3848 7397.  People who have questions about viewing and/or listening to this meeting or should contact Kathleen Hibbert, Library Director by calling (508) 336-8230, ext. 56110 or by emailing, khibbert@seekonkpl.org.

The public is also welcome to submit questions and comments prior to the meeting by emailing the Mike Durkay, Chairperson, Board of Library Trustees at trustees@seekonkpl.org.  Members of the public who wish to address the library trustees at this meeting must submit a request to the Chairperson no later than 12:00 PM on the preceding Friday.

 
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6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Community Circle Project for Adults

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Join Seekonk Public Library for the virtual workshop: Community Circle Project for Adults on Wednesday, April 28 at 6:30 PM to enjoy a unique, relaxing program that combines art with community. Local art educator, and founder of the Community Circle Project, Sandy Coleman will lead us in reflective drawing and discussion based on the circle as a symbol of unity, wholeness, and inclusion. Using simple materials and our own inspiration we will create together and talk about our common bonds and desire for good, in our lives, our community and the world. At the end of the program, you will be invited to take a photo of your completed circle to be exhibited on the Community Circle Project website.

This program will be held virtually via Zoom and is open to adults of all drawing skill levels, from novice to expert. Register in the Events Calendar at www.seekonkpl.org to receive the login information the week of the program. If you’re not familiar with Zoom, contact the library at library@seekonkpl.org for assistance.

This program is funded through a grant from the Seekonk Cultural Council, a local agency that is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.

Seekonk Library will supply a circle kit that includes: 3 circle templates, plain white paper (8 x 10), pencil, eraser. You provide black permanent marker (ex: Sharpie), colored markers or pencils, and good will toward others. Materials will be available for pickup for those registered beginning April 14.

Sandy Coleman has taught art classes at the Attleboro Arts Museum for five years. Her acrylic paintings and mixed-media collage works reflect her fascination with torn paper used as 'paint.' Sandy’s creations have been featured on HGTV, in Oprah magazine, and in exhibitions at colleges, museums and galleries in the Boston and Providence area. “Change happens in big and small ways and each of us can play a role in that through the power of art for relaxation, reflection and reflection.”

Reminder that the supplies may be picked up starting Wednesday, April 14.

CONTACT: Adult Services department  508-336-8230 x56130  library@seekonkpl.org
LOCATION: Virtual - Zoom Public Svcs
The registration period has ended.

community circle project image

 

Join Seekonk Public Library for the virtual workshop: Community Circle Project for Adults on Wednesday, April 28 at 6:30 PM to enjoy a unique, relaxing program that combines art with community. Local art educator, and founder of the Community Circle Project, Sandy Coleman will lead us in reflective drawing and discussion based on the circle as a symbol of unity, wholeness, and inclusion. Using simple materials and our own inspiration we will create together and talk about our common bonds and desire for good, in our lives, our community and the world. At the end of the program, you will be invited to take a photo of your completed circle to be exhibited on the Community Circle Project website.

This program will be held virtually via Zoom and is open to adults of all drawing skill levels, from novice to expert. Register in the Events Calendar at www.seekonkpl.org to receive the login information the week of the program. If you’re not familiar with Zoom, contact the library at library@seekonkpl.org for assistance.

This program is funded through a grant from the Seekonk Cultural Council, a local agency that is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.

Seekonk Library will supply a circle kit that includes: 3 circle templates, plain white paper (8 x 10), pencil, eraser. You provide black permanent marker (ex: Sharpie), colored markers or pencils, and good will toward others. Materials will be available for pickup for those registered beginning April 14.

Sandy Coleman has taught art classes at the Attleboro Arts Museum for five years. Her acrylic paintings and mixed-media collage works reflect her fascination with torn paper used as 'paint.' Sandy’s creations have been featured on HGTV, in Oprah magazine, and in exhibitions at colleges, museums and galleries in the Boston and Providence area. “Change happens in big and small ways and each of us can play a role in that through the power of art for relaxation, reflection and reflection.”

Reminder that the supplies may be picked up starting Wednesday, April 14.

CONTACT:
  Adult Services department
  508.336.8230 x56130
   library@seekonkpl.org

LOCATION: Virtual - Zoom Public Svcs

The registration period has ended.

Thursday April 29, 2021

We are now offering online registration for curbside pick up. If you have received a notification that your holds are available, sign up for a timeslot. . 

CONTACT: Seekonk Library  508-336-8230
LOCATION: Library Parking Lot
The registration period has ended.

We are now offering online registration for curbside pick up. If you have received a notification that your holds are available, sign up for a timeslot. . 

CONTACT:
  Seekonk Library
  508.336.8230
  

LOCATION: Library Parking Lot

The registration period has ended.

Friday April 30, 2021

We are now offering online registration for curbside pick up. If you have received a notification that your holds are available, sign up for a timeslot. . 

CONTACT: Seekonk Library  508-336-8230
LOCATION: Library Parking Lot
The registration period has ended.

We are now offering online registration for curbside pick up. If you have received a notification that your holds are available, sign up for a timeslot. . 

CONTACT:
  Seekonk Library
  508.336.8230
  

LOCATION: Library Parking Lot

The registration period has ended.


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