Story

at the Rogers Free Library in Bristol:

Miss Molly’s Storytime             story read-aloud & craft sessions for 2 and 3 year olds (M, Tu, & W mornings) and 4  and 5 year olds (Th mornings) accompanied by their parents or caregivers.  Advance registration required; please come to the Children’s Dept to register, programs fill up fast!

Thursday Night Write             Kate Gorton will lead the free workshops for teens and adults, which will meet on most Thursdays near the Quiet Study Room on the main floor into spring 2014.  There will be writing prompts, story reviews and more.  No registration is needed.  An anthology of stories, poems and art will be published in the spring.  Call 253-6948 for more information.

Wednesday Night at the Movies             Peter Weldy returns with new movies at 7pm in the Herreshoff Community Room.  Admission is free!    -marquee-

The Book Club for Adults           the library’s book discussion group for adults meets on the last Wednesday of the month, at 3pm and again at 7pm, to discuss the book of the month.  Feel free to join the discussion at either time.  For more information call 253-6948.

Saturday Matinee              family-friendly movies shown in the Herreshoff Community Room at 2pm.  Free admission and free popcorn!    -marquee-

Legos at the Library            meets Thursday afternoons in the Herreshoff Community Room from 3:30 to 4:30 pm; intended for school-aged builders but big Legos are available for builders as young as 4.  Parents are asked to stay.  All the Legos come out and youngsters can build anything they want.  Questions? Call Charlotte Burnham at 253-6948.

Teen Book Club               this book club for teens meets once a month on Wednesdays at 7pm, September to May.  Registration is NOT necessary for the club meeting in the Quiet Study Room on the main floor.  Refreshments will be served.

George Hail Free Library in Warrenat the George Hail Free Library in Warren:

Books On Main             the library’s book discussion group for adults will meet on the fourth Wednesday of the month at 6:30pm to discuss the book of the month.

Friday Favorites: A book sharing group          on the first Friday of the month at 11am, take a break from your busy day with our monthly book group, Friday Favorites!  Share your favorite books, new or old, with fellow book-lovers, have a casual, lively conversation about books and enjoy some hot coffee or tea.  Bring a book that you’ve read, loved and feel compelled to talk about and we’ll all go away with many new books on our “To Read” list.  Call 245-7686 for more details.

Poetry at the Hail                By popular demand, Poetry at the Hail will be held on the 3rd Thursday of each month, at 5:30pm.  A group where poets and those who love poetry can share their work and their thoughts with like-minded friends.  All are welcome!

Tales For Twos & Kiddy Tales              sessions for toddlers and preschool-age children on Tuesday & Thursday mornings that include stories read aloud, songs, crafts, films, and lots of fun!

Family Fun Night               on Wednesdays at 6:30pm in the Children’s Room, fun for all ages!

ASRI Environmental Ed Centerat the Audubon Society of Rhode Island’s Environmental Education Center in Bristol:

Preschool Storytimes at the ASRI EEC             A popular storytime that’s different than all the rest! This hour-long program encourages your child’s love for nature through interactive stories, a short nature lesson and a craft. The program is offered on the first Thursday & Friday of every month for children ages 3 to 5. Anyone can read your child a story but no one can do it like the Audubon Society of Rhode Island!  Adults must accompany children.  The fee is $5 for member children and $6 for non-member children (with discounts available for multiple siblings).  Registration is required as space is limited; register online here, call 949-5454 ext.3041, or email programs@asri.org.

in Bristol & Warren, Rhode Island

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