The Library offers 4 sessions of pre-school story hours for children from ages 3 months to 5 years. These programs consist of stories, songs or fingerplays and a simply craft. Story time starts in late September and runs through early May. Pre-registration is a must. Call the Library for more information. BABY & ME – […]
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. Call the library at 353-5600 to find out the title of movie to be shown or look for hints on Facebook.
The Library holds a monthly Mystery Book Club on the first Tuesday of each month at 7 pm. For more information, call the Reference Department and ask for Sara or visit our Mystery Book Club Blog.
If you are looking for a place to play Scrabble, then come to the library on Wednesdays at 1 p.m. All interested adults are invited to meet and compete with other Scrabble lovers no matter what your level of play.
Here are some links for avid book readers to check out. • Bookpage • GoodReads • Fantastic Fiction • Library Thing • NY Times Bestsellers Lists • Reading Group Choices • Romance Reader • Shelf Awareness • Stop You’re Killing Me
• Mystery Book Club – Our Mystery Book Club meets on the first Tuesday of the month at 7 pm in the Library Conference Room. • Last Friday of the Month Book Club – Join us on the last Friday of each month at 11am in the Library’s Conference Room. No registration is necessary, just […]
A Playaway is a self-playing digital audio book that comes pre-loaded on a small storage device. Each Playaway can hold 80 hours of play time. The Playaway devices circulate like audio books. A title can be checked out, renewed, and reserved. You can check our catalog to see what titles we own by doing a […]
Audiobooks can now be downloaded at the North Providence Library at the E-Zone Download Station located on the second floor at the Reference Desk. Previously, library patrons needed a home computer with high speed internet access to use the library’s E-Zone Downloadable Media site. The E-Zone Download Station, powered by Overdrive, can test devices for […]
The North Providence Library now offers One-on-One computer training/help sessions. Adults, 18 years and older, can stop by the Reference Desk or call 353-5600 ext. 109 to schedule a one hour appointment with a staff member for computer help of your choice, for example, learning how to set up an e-mail account.