July 11, 2020
Just for Kids
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Winslow Osborne Sherer, 2 1/2 years old, has met the Seekonk Public Library challenge of reading over 1,000 books before kindergarten. Thank you Sharon Clark (Kids Librarian) for all the … more
Seekonk, MA – Teens in 6th-12th grade can still register for the 2020 Summer Teen Challenge and the accompanying weekly virtual programs. Available online or on a smart device, the Challenge … more
Yes, flamingos are coming to Seekonk! Starting July 15, be on the lookout for baby lawn flamingos to start appearing in yards throughout town. The flamingos are part of Seekonk Public Library’s … more
Summer Reading Challenge with Seekonk LibraryImagine Your Story June 15 - August 8It's summer which means Seekonk Library's Summer Reading Challenge is here! Sign your child up for the program then … more
Seekonk, MA – The Seekonk Public Library is launching an online-only summer challenge for tweens and teens. Students in Middle and High School (including incoming 6th graders.) can track their … more
 East Providence—Providence Country Day School is the first school in Rhode Island to offer virtual summer camp. Available to campers from ages four to fifteen, PCD’s Virtual Summer … more
Seekonk Library has resources that support at-home learning and leisure reading. Need assistance? Email the Youth Services Librarians at childrens@seekonkpl.orgBooks, Books and More Books for Your … more
Save The Bay places the utmost importance on the health and safety of our partners, supporters and fellow community members. As we continue to follow state recommendations and guidelines for social … more
In recognition of The Fresh Air Fund’s 144th summer of bringing together New York City children and volunteer host families in Massachusetts, Governor Charlie Baker has proclaimed March 20th … more
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