Woonsocket Harris Public Library is having a summer reading registration week beginning Monday June 26th at the library. Our crafty kids table will be open for drop in crafts.

There will be lots of programs to sign up for including, Book Buddies, Summer Reading Challenges, Special Performers, STEAM activities, Chinese Language Learning, URI 4H Livestock program, cool summer crafts, Playing with Playdough, Friendship Bracelets, Legos and more. We have lots more programs in August that are not yet available for registration. Check out our receintly updated calendar of events on our website at www.woonsocketlibrary.org.  The library is a cooling center in Woonsocket so you can come in and cool off and enjoy our many programs for all ages throughout the summer. Summer Programs will begin in July and run through August.

Chris Wallace Goldstein Children's Librarian Woonsocket Harris Public Library www.woonsocketlibrary.org 401-769-9044 ext 2 for children's services


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