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The Rhode Island Bicycle Coalition's (RIBike) "Light Up the Night" campaign wants to help Rhode Islanders stay on their bikes and stay visible as we head into the darker winter months. As the number of daylight hours shrink, riding at low visibility times becomes an inevitability. RIBikes's goal is to help provide the equipment needed to enable people to continue to ride safely throughout the entire year.
It's that spooky time of the year again and we've put together a colorful and creative choice of scary story times, crafts and seasonal Halloween parties, just for you, and all for free!
Use this guide to make sure that the big and small kids in your life don't miss out on any of the seasonal fun! Simply click on the title for more details.
This list is not exhaustive - ask in your library to find out what's happening!
Gained in Translation will be performing on the Rochambeau patio on Thursday, August 26 from 6-7:30pm with a rain date of September 2.
Providence Community Library is thrilled to announce that Knight Memorial Library has been selected to receive a 2021 AARP Community Challenge grant. We are one of only 244 grantees selected from across all 50 states, Washington D.C, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, and one of only three from Rhode Island!
El sábado 19 de junio se celebró la ceremonia de graduación de 19 estudiantes que completaron con éxito el programa de GED en español, que la Providence Community Library ofrece gratuitamente a la comunidad latina. Los profesores Deysy Delgado, Emilia Pérez e Hipolio Reyes se dirigieron a los estudiantes con palabras de felicitación y buenos deseos para su futuro. También estuvo presente el Alcalde de Providencia, Sr.
Providence Community Library is excited to be part of the new Providence Seed Library, a partnership between PCL, Providence Public Library and the City of Providence Office of Sustainability. The goal of the project is to provide beginning and experienced gardeners in our local communities with free access to quality seeds and to support BIPOC-led food justice and environmental justice efforts.
El martes 18 de mayo, el estado de Rhode Island anunció cambios en su guía sobre el uso de máscaras. Providence Community Library revisó su política interna y determinó que tanto los usuarios de la biblioteca como el personal de la biblioteca deben continuar usando máscaras faciales dentro y fuera de la biblioteca por el momento.