Coffee & Connections @ Riverside 10am

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May 9, 2022 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Riverside Branch
Address: 475 Bullocks Point Ave Riverside, RI 02915

Enjoy free coffee and refreshments at each branch of the East Providence Library on (non-holiday) Monday mornings. Connect with others and make new friends. Children's activities and supervision will be provided. Join us on:

1st Monday of the month at Fuller Creative Learning Center

2nd Monday of the month at  Riverside Library

Last Monday of each month at Weaver Library.

Dates will be adjusted for Monday holidays. No registration required. Brought to you in partnership with East Providence Prevention Coalition and EP Health Equity Zone. For more information, call (401) 435-1923.

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