In preparation for our new Children’s Program Room, all Children’s Programs will be suspended until mid-October.
May 17th is the last Saturday the library will be open until September. All other library hours will remain the same.
Every Wednesday morning at 11 am, the library will be showing movies which are free and open to the public. Popcorn and drinks will be available. Movies are also shown at the library every other Wednesday evening at 6 pm. Call the library at 353-5600 for more information or look for hints on Facebook.
The renovations have been completed in our new computer area on the second floor of the Library where all adult computers are now located. If you have any problems, please check with our Reference staff for further assistance.
A free monthly class is being taught by Judy McKenna for those who wish to join like minded people discover their true inner selves and life’s purpose, working with the Angel’s. This gathering will meet on the first Thursday of each month from 7 to 8 pm. Registration is required for this class and class […]
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Welcome to the Children’s Department! Our focus is on children from birth through age 14. We have a large collection of materials including : board books, picture books, books for beginning readers, current and classic fiction, a wide range of non-fiction titles, books in Spanish, audio books, music CDs, magazines, downloadable audio and e-books and […]
The North Providence Library is a member of Ocean State Libraries. To obtain a Library card, identification with photo ID and current mailing address is required. Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian with proper ID in order to register for a card. A Patron must bring their […]