August 15, 2018

Programs at the Weaver Library

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Weaver Library 41 Grove Avenue, East Providence, RI 02914 401-434-2453 eastprovidencelibrary.org

Wednesday Book Club
Wednesday, February 7, 2018 10:30am
Members will discuss Jennifer Haigh’s Heat & Light. Copies of the book are available at Weaver Library.


Second Tuesday Book Club
Tuesday, February 13, 2018 2pm or 7pm
Members will discuss Mohsin Hamid’s Exit West. Copies of the book are available at Weaver Library.


Bluegrass Music: Listen and Learn with the Ocean State Ramblers
Monday, February 12, 2018 7:00pm
The Ocean State Ramblers, a southern New England bluegrass band, are warming up a winter evening at the library! Stephen Dyer on bass, guitar and banjo, Anne-Marie Forer on fiddle and guitar, Dave O'Connell on mandolin and Diane Petit on guitar and mandolin share the history of bluegrass as they play bluegrass standards, original songs, and blue-grass flavored folk favorites.


Great Books Discussion Group
Thursday, February 15, 2018 12:30pm
Join Dr. Geoff Berg and a group of men and women for a spirited discussion of Mann’s "The Path to the Cemetery." Contact Joyce at 401-434-2453 to register and for a copy of the reading and discussion question.

Finding Phebe: Uncovering the History of Slavery in Warren, Rhode Island
Monday, February 26, 2018 7:00pm
Although 18th century Warren, RI was surrounded by the slave centers of Newport, Bristol and Providence, its small size has made it a footnote in what has been written about slavery and the slave trade. Building on the work of historians, Patricia Mues and Sarah Weed use primary sources – including wills, inventories, town meeting records, censuses and other documents – to identify the enslaved of Warren and learn their histories. Mues and Weed are co-chairs of the Warren Middle Passage Project and board members of the Warren Preservation Society.


Weaver Library programs are free and open to all. No registration necessary unless otherwise noted.

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