One Book One City

  • What will you be reading this summer?
  • What if all of East Providence read the same book?
  • What conversations might we have?


We are thrilled to announce its 2015 Adult Summer Reading Program – One Book, One City, a citywide read of Harper Lee’s eagerly anticipated book – Go Set a Watchman.

One Book, One City launches on Tuesday, July 14th with a free screening of the film To Kill a Mockingbird at the Weaver Library at 6:30pm. A number of free events are scheduled at both Weaver and Riverside libraries from July 14th, the book’s release date, through August 20th.

Farmers Market Thursdays @ Weaver Library

Thursday July 2 at Weaver Library 4-7pm

Fresh food, family activities, and music make this a lively and fun market for the whole family! Favorite vendors from 2014 (Oakdale Farms, Appetito Foods and others) are returning along with new farmers and a market table with cheeses, nuts, and honey, too!)






New Museum Pass

Franklin Zoo logoWe are pleased to announce Weaver Library now has two new Museum Passes – Franklin Park Zoo and the Worcester Art Museum.   Call us or click here to reserve a pass.




2015 Summer Reading Lists

ephsEast Providence High School has released their upcoming Summer Reading List

Link to EPHS Summer Reading


Martin Middle School  and Riverside Middle School have  suggested Summer Reading Projects with two report forms.

Summer Reading for all incoming students in grades 6, 7, and 8 is suggested. Students may read books of their choice.  Librarians at the public library are able to assist in choosing age/grade appropriate material.

Reports on the books students have read may be turned in to their ELA teacher by Friday, September 4th.

Here are some RI Teen Book Award nominees as suggested titles and a link to the titles in the library catalog



Sunday Hours

Sunday hours have ended for the summer and resume again after Labor Day.

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