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Greenville, RI 02828
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September 2017

 

History Harvest Event: Stone Walls
Saturday, September 23rd 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
By appointment only
Do you have historical materials, on local stone walls, in your collection that you would like to share with the community? Our new series, History Harvest, will focus on collecting and scanning important historical documents from our town’s history. The library will use a scanner to copy photos and documents collected from patrons that will be returned to them immediately. The digital copies will then be made available for viewing on our website.

Each Harvest Event, we will focus on a different subject.  September’s topic will be stone walls, a well-known and loved part of Smithfield’s rural heritage.  Please contact Cassie at 401-949-3630 to schedule an appointment if you have any photographs, documents, or written records related to local stone walls.

Family Support Specialist, The Autism Project
Every Wednesday from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
The Autism Project and Greenville Public Library have teamed up to provide support for families with
autism and other developmental disabilities. Every Wednesday, Family Support Specialist Linda
Brunetti from The Autism Project will be at the library providing information and support to families.
This grant-supported service, connecting families to a unique array of ASD resources, is provided by the
“Creating the Connections” program. No registration is required. Stop by and meet Linda and discover what resources could help your family.

Gardening is Murder
with Neal Sanders
Thursday, September 14th at 6:30 pm
Join us for an evening of humor and insight with Neal Sanders, who gardens less from an abiding love of horticulture than for the love of a spouse. Adapted from his widely read blog, “The Principal Undergardener”, Sanders brings a sense of humor to contemplating gardening’s big questions such as “why is it impossible to do just one thing in the garden?” and provides evidence that you should never compute the value of your gardening labor and that wildlife do not watch Disney movies.  Good horticultural advice is dispensed; bad advice is debunked. To register for this event, please call the library at 401-949-3630 or visit the event calendar at www.yourlibrary.ws.  

Tea Tasting with
Philanthropy
Tea & Coffee Co.
Wednesday, September
27th @ 6:30 pm
Gina Fligg of Philanthropy Tea & Coffee Co. in Chepachet will present a variety of teas to sample at this unique tasting. Fligg will also discuss the health benefits and properties of the different teas. Space is limited and registration is required. To register for this event, please call the library at: 401-949-3630 or visit the event calendar at:
 www.yourlibrary.ws. 

A Supernatural Evening with
Jeff Belanger
Monday, October 2nd at 7:00 pm

For the last 17 years, Jeff Belanger has searched the world for monsters, ghosts, and other paranormal
legends that have seeped into our culture, folklore,
religion, and even our history books. On Monday,
October 2nd at 7:00 pm, he will be sharing his findings at our library in a lecture that will include images, audio clips, and video from some of the world’s most infamous haunts. Jeff will have signed copies of his books
available for purchase and will be available after his
presentation for questions.

Belanger is a paranormal researcher, investigator, and is the author of more than a dozen books on the paranormal. He’s the Emmy-nominated host, writer, and producer of New England Legends on PBS and the series writer/researcher for the Ghost Adventures show on the Travel Channel. Belanger is also the founder of Ghostvillage.com and a noted speaker and media personality. Don’t miss out on your chance to meet him this year!

Registration opens September 1st. Space is limited and registration is required. To register for this event, please call the library at 401-949-3630 or visit the event
calendar at www.yourlibrary.ws.