The North Scituate Public Library was originally founded in 1906 and is dedicated to providing excellent resources, and being a focal point for the community.
We have a new book group forming, to read queer fiction, history, and biography! When is this happening? We will be meeting on the final Thursday of every month, at 7pm. Our next meeting is on July 29, and we will be reading Ace: what asexuality reveals about desire, society, and the meaning of sex by Angela Chen. How do I get my book? The library borrows several copies of the book we're reading each month from other libraries around the state. You can go to the front desk and ask for the queer book club book or the adult …
The library has an ongoing D&D campaign - we are running The Curse of Strahd, once a month on the second Saturday at 2pm. Requirements: (1) You need to have a computer or device that can get on a Zoom meeting, and some way to access your character sheet at the same time. (2) No experience is necessary, you don't even need to own dice (3) Anyone in 6th grade or older (including adults) is welcome. Everyone must be aware that you may be playing with someone much younger or older than you, and respect their creative input. Email firstname.lastname@example.org …
If you are a Rhode Islander considering homeschooling your child, this workshop provides the information you need to make decisions and get started. Topics that will be discussed include: Homeschooling in Rhode Island: State laws, district policies, and what to submit 101 Reasons Families Choose to Homeschool Curriculum Planning: Resources, Learning Styles, Homeschooling Methods, A Typical Homeschool Day The “S” word: Socialization Free and open to the public. Register here!
The library will close early today, at 5pm.
The library is closed Thursday and Friday in honor of Thanksgiving. We will be open on Saturday!
The library will be closed in honor of Christmas.