Write Your Own Story

This is a fun program! The facilitator will give participants a set of words that they will need to include within their stories.

The stories are usually around three paragraphs. When we read each of ours out loud, the creativity speaks volumes.

You're guaranteed to be amazed at how unique each person's story is, even while using the same list of words. Hope you can join!

UFO Sightings in RI Program

A presentation by Eric Smith,  a UFO researcher and field investigator for MUFON (the Mutual UFO Network) in Rhode Island. His work includes the history of UFO sightings in Rhode Island and recent notable investigations and witness interviews.   He will be talking about recent sightings in Rhode Island, what MUFON does as an investigative organization and highlighting some of the stranger cases of the last few years.

Novel to Screen Teen Anime Film


Based on the manga with the same title, this animated film follows Shizuku, an inquisitive young girl and a voracious reader, who longs to be a writer when she grows up. One day she notices that all of her library books have previously been taken out by one Seiji Amasawa. Amid chasing after a large cat, befriending an eccentric antiques dealer and writing her first novel, Shizuku aims to find this mysterious boy who may well be her soul mate.

Novel to Screen Teen Movie

Our Novel to Screen Teen Movie nights continue. We've had a great crowd, and of course its always fun at these movies because we talk about the book(s) that inspired the film and we have pizza, popcorn, and soda, yum! Hope to see you there! This movie is rated PG. This movie is a modern, smart, and independent, Nancy Drew reluctantly befriends Helen, the local mean girl, and together they investigate the haunting of Twin Elms.

Banned Books Week Drop-In Book Talk

This program is geared toward ages 10 and up. We'll be talking about how the well-known and loved graphic novel, Drama, has come up several times as a book to ban in the Library and/or schools. We're going to talk about why taking this book off the shelves would not decrease the number of readers. Drop-In between 5:30-6:30. We'll have snacks and drinks and insightful conversation where all opinions are welcome.

The Public: Movie Night

New film written by, directed and starring Emilio Estevez about a public library in Cincinnati and one bitter cold night when the homeless patrons need shelter. Estevez is a library advocate and this film is his tribute to the public library. 


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