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.
Maureen DiPiero is the Community Outreach & Education Manager for the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation. As the Foundation’s cancer educator, Maureen has presented breast cancer education for corporations, small businesses, community housing developments, and wellness events at national and international levels. At this event, Maureen will talk about risk factors, screening methods, and symptoms so that you can be better prepared to reduce your risk or identify breast cancer at the earliest stages. Registration is required; please call the library at 401-647-5133 or email email@example.com to register
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Do you love houseplants and want to expand your collection? Have some plants or cuttings you no longer want/need? Are you new to the hobby and need some advice – or a plant to start with? Come join plant enthusiasts of all levels for a plant swap at the library! Bring a healthy plant or cutting (no pests, mold, or fungus please) to trade, and share your best plant care tips at this community meet-up. A limited selection of free plants will be available for those who do not have one to trade (these will be first-come, first-serve). Registration is …
The OverDrive app is being discontinued on May 1st. This means users will need to switch to Libby to continue reading library books on their smart phones and tablets! But how does Libby work anyways? In this class, Reference Librarian Leah will teach you how to download, navigate, and get the most out of the Libby app on your phone or tablet. Bring your own device to follow along or sit back and watch our demonstration! Registration is required – please call the library at 401-647-5133 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.