Big Library Read

Now through March  31  enjoy the eBook – Shakespeare Saved My Life available with no waiting list!   Visit the eZone to download this book to your device.




Passport Day

US-PassportcoverSaturday March 28, 1 to 4pm at Weaver Library

U. S. citizens planning international travel may apply for their passports at the library! Passport agents will be available to process applications, answer questions and take passport photos for a fee of $10.00. Applicants need to bring proof of citizenship (such as an original Birth Certificate), valid photo ID, and two personal checks or money orders.

Click here for more information on what you need to apply for a passport.

Additional Passport and Visa information can be found at


Rhode Island Library Day 2015

Children's Library AreaSaturday, March 28, 2015 from 9 -5pm, at Weaver Library

You are invited to join us at 41 Grove Avenue. Celebrate all the fabulous things libraries do in every town throughout the state.  From Family Story Hour to a Free Electronic Waste Drop-Off Event to Amnesty Day for current fines, the library has planned an exciting schedule. Come see all that the library can do for you this day and every day, and as always, it is free and open to all.

  • 9-12pm   Stop by to say hello and have a coffee and donut on us.
  • 9-12pm   Recycle your e-waste at the library.
  • 9-5pm     Return overdue books & we will erase your fines.
  • 9-5pm     Browse our new books, audio books, magazines, and DVDs.
  • 10am       Enjoy Family Storytime!
  • 1 -4pm    Get a passport at your library.

Spring Book Sale

summerreadingSave the Date! 

Our spring book sale will occur April 10 -12, 2015 at Weaver Library. 

A special preview sale for Friends members will happen Thursday April 9.


Another Lady Will Sing the Blues IN MARCH!

TishPic  MARCH 30TH, 7pm at Weaver

The compelling Tish Adams returns to Weaver Library to sing the songs of Billie Holiday.  Joining her are Gino Rosati on guitar, Joe Potenza on bass, and Ben Ricci on drums.  Free and open to all.

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