November 27, 2020
Libraries & Museums
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Smithfield, R.I. (November 23, 2020) – A few Snowy Owls are typically spotted in Rhode Island each year, and over the past few weeks a couple of these majestic birds have been sighted. As … more
(December 3, 2020) – Audubon is celebrating this holiday season by welcoming a new Peregrine Falcon to its family of avian ambassadors. The fastest animals on the planet, Peregrine Falcons are … more
Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary presents Homeschool at Oak Knoll – Session 2 (Winter) 6-week series begins Thursday, December 10; additional class dates (all Thursdays): 12/10, 12/17, 1/7, 1/21, … more
Ongoing Book Sale & More We missed being able to hold our annual used book sale this fall, but the ongoing book sale in the hall continues. New items are added all the time. Come in and browse … more
A Presentation by Erin Flynn, Project Archaeologist at the Public Archaeology Laboratory in Pawtucket, RISunday, November 15th 2 pm via Zoom Free The Massachusetts Archaeological Society has been … more
Ongoing Used Book SaleNow that the Blanding has been re-opened, all the usual library services are available, including computer stations temporarily set up in Goff Hall auditorium. Masks and social … more
We are going through troublesome times right now, and the loss of our senior center has amplified the situation in which we find ourselves. Because of the COVID virus, we have not met as a group for … more
(September 10, 2020) – New! Audubon is offering small group nature explorations designed with safety in mind. Meet some amazing owls, go on a full moon hike, or hawk watch at Napatree Point. … more
Smithfield, RI (September 3, 2020) – For over 100 years, the Audubon Society of Rhode Island has been a guide to the great outdoors. During this trying time, Audubon supports Rhode … more
Welcome Back to the Blanding!The library is open to visitors again! There are computers and printers for your use and books waiting for you. In order to protect the health and safety of our community … more
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