Programs for Adults

Programs for Adults

Larchmont Remembered. The Greatest Story You’ve Never Heard!

June 4th at 6:30 pm

A presentation by Daniel Harrington, long-time featured monthly columnist for the Providence Journal and Director for the Rhode Island Heritage Hall of Fame.

A gripping one hour PowerPoint presentation telling the unforgettable story of the sinking of the Larchmont in February of 1907. Digitally restored photos and eyewitness accounts buttress this remarkable story. Some images are not suitable for very young children.

Please call the library at 231-4980 to register or email

Drawing for Adults

Thursdays at 3 pm

Want to be an artist but don't know where to begin? Learn the basics of drawing with Meg. No registration. This is a free event, materials provided.

Computer and Device Help

Brief on-the-spot help or more in-depth help by appointment

Please let us know if you’d like help using the Internet, basic software, or your device. We can sometimes help you on the spot, and in addition can sign you up for instructional sessions.

Book Sale

Whenever we are open in the lower level.

Expanded Book Sale

Saturday, March 9, 9 am to 5 pm

Lower level hall shelving usually has about 3,000 books available to browse. Look for more on Saturday when we spread out some of the extra stored material.

Future Programs

Please contact us or talk with one of our librarians regarding your interest in future programs or virtual programs.

We remain available at 401-231-4980 or through to help you find information and resources or to help with online collections of articles, books and recordings.

See our Resource page

For more information about the library, or sign up for email notices of library events, see our contact page.