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Spring Break at the Library!  Join us for a cultural presentation by the Pokanoket Tribe. Members of the Pokanoket Nation will be bringing traditional drumming, singing, and dancing to the Children's Room on Tuesday, March 19 at 1:00 p.m. Listen to the storyteller and learn about Pokanoket artifacts. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn about local indigenous culture. Recommended for ages 5 through 12, but all are welcome. Call the library to register at 401-245-7686 x2.  
Spring Break at the Library! Welcome Spring with baby chicks that you can see and hold! Experience Historic New England's Casey Farm's Project CHICK on Thursday, March 21 at 1:00 p.m. This hands-on program will show how chickens are raised at Casey Farm, what they eat, and what precautions are taken to protect them from predators. Learn about the life cycle of chickens and have a chance to hold and touch a variety of eggs (from hummingbird to ostrich). And, most importantly, pet and hold a Dominique chicken and chicks! Recommended for ages 5 through 12. Call the library to register at 401-245-7686 x2.
Spring Break at the George Hail Library! The Biomes Marine Biology Center will be bringing a variety of sea animals to the library on Wednesday, March 20 at 10:30 a.m. Learn how they move and eat. Have a chance to touch and hold both local and exotic sea creatures. Featured animals may include the sea star, brittle star, sea urchin, whelk, spider crab, horseshoe crab, quahog, lobster, killifish, and pufferfish. Recommended for ages 5 through 12. Call the library to register at 401-245-7686 x2.

Hours & Contact

Monday - Thursday 10 am-8 pm
Friday 10 am-5 pm
Saturday 10 am-4 pm
Saturday Summer Hours 10 am-3pm (July & August)

530 Main Street

Warren, Rhode Island 

(401) 245-7686 or Email the library

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Upcoming Events

March 19, 01:00pm
March 20, 10:30am
March 21, 01:00pm
March 26, 10:30am
March 28, 10:30am

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