Would you like to learn how to download books to your eReader or computer using the library's Overdrive site? eBooks and audiobooks (and streaming video) are available free of charge with your library card! Make an appointment with this online form or call the library. Sessions are one half-hour in length and are held on Tuesdays from 3:30 - 5:30pm. Help is also available for computer software and online platforms.
Songs, Tunes and Stories from Ireland and America - with Emery Hutchins & Jim Prendergast
A Two Old Friends performance will give you plaintive ballads and foot-stomping shout tunes; soaring instrumental solos, traditional Irish tunes, and story-telling. There is truly something for everyone. Hutch and Jim will be singing and playing the banjo, guitar, mandolin, concertina, bodran and the octave mandolin.
Join Mary King, Phil Edmonds & Kevin Fallon for music, songs and funny stories of Ireland.
Come enjoy a lively Irish program featuring music, song, and merriment. Their program highlights traditional Irish music played on the Celtic harp, fiddle, guitar, tin whistle and button accordion. Come and enjoy an evening of lively jigs & reels, heart felt songs and plenty of blarney to keep you laughing! Audience participation is welcome—great for families!
Join us for a wonderful night of music with Warren's own Joyce Katzberg as she presents An Evening of Love Songs for the George Hail Library. Refreshments will be served. Please keep in mind that this is a fragrance-free event.
Come by anytime on election day for some refreshing goodies from our bake sale. Celebrate our democratic tradition of sweet treats!
A talk by John McNiff, Park Ranger, Roger Williams National Memorial
Learn about the world that Roger Williams came from, and the 'new' one he came to call home. Williams existed in a context that shaped his thoughts and ideas; he stood up against a system of church/state power and brought about the first English settlement with complete religious freedom and separation of church and state. Here in RI, individual personal liberty first flourished. Those ideals have been handed down to us today, for us to let slip free or fight to preserve
The library will be closed for the holiday.
Dr. Charlotte Carrington-Farmer, students from Roger Williams University and guest speakers will outline the history of the Warren oyster industry. All are invited.
Would you like to learn how to download books to your eReader or computer using the library's Overdrive site? eBooks and audiobooks (and streaming video) are available free of charge with your library card! Make an appointment with this online form or call the library. Sessions are one half-hour in length and are held on Tuesdays from 3:30 - 5:30pm.