April 7, 2018
On Saturday, April 14, Cranston Public Library will join libraries across the state in celebrating the fourth annual Rhode Island Library Day. This event, organized and promoted by the Rhode Island Library Association, is part of the week-long nationwide celebration of National Library Week (April 8-14).
All open Cranston Public Library locations will celebrate by participating in Amnesty Day, and will be waiving fines on overdue items returned on the day. (Charges accrued due to damaged or lost materials, however, cannot be waived.)
Special events will be taking place at each Cranston library location on Saturday, April 14 including:
American Girl Tea Party @ Hall
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Join us for an afternoon of tea, cupcakes, games and crafts based on the American Girl books and dolls. This program is open to children ages 6 - 13 (dolls are welcome to attend, but not required). Registration is required, space is limited. CONTACT: Elise 401-781-2450 firstname.lastname@example.org
Color & Calm Saturday Edition @ Auburn
1:00 PM-4:00 PM
Can’t make it to our regular Friday evening coloring program? Stop in after 1 pm on Saturday and try your hand at coloring with our special adult coloring sheets. Experience the serenity of this peaceful pastime.
For more information on library locations and hours, visit Cranston Public Library's website. For more information regarding library events, visit Cranston Public Library's event calendar.