Everyone is invited to the discussion of The Sentence by Louise Erdrich, the Warwick Summer Read.
June is Native Plants Month!
Karen Asher will be here for a discussion on ecosystem gardening with Rhode Island native plants.
Karen is a native plant specialist and former president of the Rhode Island Wild Plant Society. She holds a certificate in native plant studies with a focus on field botany from the Native Plant Trust and she volunteers in its plant conservation program assessing the status of rare species in Rhode Island. She has published numerous articles on native plants.
Come and join us!
For more details, visit Jules at the Reference Desk
The History Book Group meets on the second Thusday of the month at 2pm, in Room 113.
On Thusday November 10th we will discuss The Johnstown Flood by David G. McCullough
Discover new books while enjoying pastries and coffee.
Breakfast with Books: The Summer Event explores new and noteworthy titles you may not know about but will want to pick up. Join librarians Mary Anne Quinn and Jen Linton for their best reading recommendations.
This event is free and open to all.
Kids going into grades 4-6 are invited to join us for a book chat and fun activities revolving around this years Kids Read Across Rhode Island Selection, How to Win a Slime War by Mae Respicio. Sign up beginning June 18. Stop by the Children's room to pick up your own copy of the book. Please read the book before coming to chat about it.