A CELEBRATION OF BLACK STORYTELLING COMES TO THE WEAVER LIBRARY
Saturday, January 24, 2:00
As part of RI Black Storytellers’ 17th annual Funda Fest, two professional storytellers, Raffini and Teju Ologboni, will share the stage for a one hour family-friendly storytelling performance for adults and children.
Raffini, a self-made artist, actress, and teacher from the South Side of Providence has long been teaching Black History and theatre.
Teju Ologboni, from Milwaukee, is a master storyteller and folklorist of international renown. Teju draws his listeners into stories with gestures and movements, and sometimes with traditional African instruments.
CHESS CLUB @Riverside
Wednesdays, January 14 – February 18
3:30-4:30pm, ages 6 – 18
Learn to play chess or improve your skills. Limited to 30.
Call 401-433-4877 to register.
NEW STORYTIME FOR GRADES K-3
WEEKLY – Tuesdays, January 6 – February 10
Stories and activities for kids in grades K-3. Registration is not required.
January 20 – May 16, 2015
Storytimes include stories, songs, music, and dancing. Registration is not required.
Wednesdays, 6:30pm, ages 2-6
Thursdays, 9:30am, ages birth – 36 months
Thursdays, 10:30am, ages 3-6
Saturdays, 10:00am, ages 2-6
RIVERSIDE BRANCH LIBRARY
Tuesdays, 1:30pm, ages 3-6
Wednesdays, 9:30am, ages birth – 36 months
The library matches volunteers, age 13 – adult, with younger children to read together for one hour each week at the library. Call 434-2453 for more information.
LIVE HOMEWORK HELP tutors are available every day from 2:00pm to 10:00pm.
Do you have fines on your library card?
Kids 16 and younger can “pay” their
overdue fines by reading in the library.
Just tell a librarian when you start and finish reading, and we will waive $1 for every 30 minutes of reading.
Children’s Links Helpful links for students at school and play
- Homework Help- work with an online tutor, available 2pm to 10pm
- Study Island
- Kids Click
- Sites for Kids
- Kids Game Sites
Links for parents and caregivers