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.
Join our lively book club as we read and discuss the Classics! Next Meeting: July 27 at 6PM Persuasion by Jane Austen Contact Hannah to reserve your copy of the novels we read. (401) 647-5133 or firstname.lastname@example.org Upcoming Meeting: Tuesday, August 30th at 6PM The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway
*this information table is not sponsored by North Scituate Public Library* Come to the library on Monday, September 12th at 12pm to get some information about foster care program in Providence at the library. Pick up information and get your questions answered. If you have any questions, reach out to Hannah at email@example.com
Begins Thursday, September 15 and end Saturday, October 15
Every Third Tuesday of Each Month Are you a pro at Scituate trivia? Would you like to put your skills to the test? Check out the Archive Room’s display case for different pictures of Scituate’s history and make a guess at who, what, and/or when it is from. First person to get the answer right receives 5 raffle tickets! Stop by Reference and let Hannah know your answer. Good luck! *picture will be ready for guessing as soon as we open on Tuesday morning*
Three Sentence Scary Story Contest – Submissions begin September 22 until October 20 Put your writing skills to the test and see if you can create a scary story in only three sentences. The best story will be given a prize! Submit your stories to Hannah firstname.lastname@example.org, or feel free to drop it off in person.
Saturday September 24 1pm grades 5-9 Calling all palladins, wizards, and bards! Join us for a new adventure and some snacks! Registration Required *limit 6 participants * For more information or to sign up email@example.com
Henna Tattoo Night with Master Henna RI (https://www.instagram.com/master_henna_ri/) Tuesday, September 27 from 5 PM - 7 PM First come - First served From the Ancient Egyptians to the Mongolian Warrior, and the vast rich cultures of Africa and the South Asian continent, the art of henna is a rich art form that carries history and tradition in every stroke and form. Used in cultural celebrations; rituals, and sometimes religious ceremonies, henna body art is a language of creativity that has evolved into unique interpretations over centuries. Each region harvests the tea-like plant differently, its color ranges from deep burgundy to …