February Vacation just got better! The Biomes Marine Biology Center in North Kingstown bring some of their most recognizable animals found in Narragansett Bay. Their knowledgeable educator will introduce each animal and present some interesting facts about its habitat, ecology, and behavior. After all the animals have been shown, everyone gets the chance to explore these live animals hands-on.
Sample animals include sea star, brittle starfish, spider crab, horseshoe crab, and a pufferfish demonstration.
Twist, bend, and shape pipe cleaners into an adorable pet! You'll be able to choose from 5 examples; dog, cat, hamster, fish or rabbit.
PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.
PARTICIPANTS can be KIDS, TEENS & ADULTS.
However, we will have a class limit for the materials needed.
Call the Library 401-245-7686 to reserve your spot, email us at email@example.com, or come visit us.
Children and their caretakers are invited to this Movie program.
Summary of Film:
After discovering a Yeti on the roof of her apartment building, teenage Yi and her two friends embark on an epic quest to reunite the magical creature with his family. But to do so, they must stay one step ahead of a wealthy financier and a determined zoologist who want to capture the beast for their own gain.
We will be serving pizza, soda, popcorn and juice!
Join us at the George Hail Library with eagle eyes to look deeply at patterns found in nature. Young artists between the ages of 8-14 will examine the golden ratio and create 3D designs using a Harmonograph Exhibit. The designs will be transformed into a stunning and original piece of sculptural artwork. Session 1 is October 22nd, 23rd, 29th and 30th from 4:30-6:30pm. Session 2 is November 5th, 7th, 12th, and 14th from 4:30-6:30pm. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. Thank you to the Jay Barry Cultural Arts for funding this awesome opportunity.
We'll watch Wonder Park, eat pizza, drink soda/juice/water, and make and share lunchbox notes with each other! Save the Date, August 28th at 5:30pm in the Children's Room.
When Saturn becomes ruler of the solar system he decides to turn Pluto from "planet" to "thing". Soon all the other planets are ignoring Pluto. Only when Mother Sun intervenes and tells the planets not to hate Pluto because he's different is Pluto welcomed back into the family of planets. Poor Pluto uses anti-bullying strategies to stress the importance of kindness and inclusion.
The statewide Rhode Island Summer Reading Program is supported by the RI Office of Library and Information Services, with funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the Jay Barry Cultural Arts Committee.