Programs for Adults

Gluten-Free Cooking

With samples, pamphlets and a book by the presenter

Tuesday, June 19th at 6 pm

Lucie Contente has researched gluten-free cooking, developed recipes, and written about it. She'll have a copy of her book on hand as well as other literature, and will bring samples of her cooking.

Meet Dr. Ed and Write Your Story

Wednesday, June 20th from 6:30 to 8 pm

Dr. Ed Iannuccilli, author of Growing Up Italian and other books gives a fun and interactive presentation on writing your own story.

Roberta Mudge Humble: Sing Rhode Island

Tuesday, June 26th at 6 pm

This new presentation will have the audience learning, laughing, and singing along to famous tunes with brand new lyrics – about Rhode Island. The songs include Rhode Island sports, dining, firsts & bests, state styles, entertainment, history, opinion, and more. Listen, sing and smile. PowerPoint is used to show lyrics and pictures. Songs heard are sung by Maria Tavarozzi and played (keyboard) by Kevin Keough.

Check out Roberta Mudge Humble's book Sing Rhode Island.

Rock Painting for Adults-Learn the Technique

Monday, July 2nd, 5:30 pm- 8 pm.

We will paint many different designs on rocks and learn a variety of techniques. Then on Tuesday, we will hide the rocks in Memorial Park to delight those who are lucky enough to find the painted rocks on the 4th of July or later…

Paper Artistry...Learn the Technique

Tuesday, July 10th, 6:30 pm-8pm

Make a wreath of individual paper pinwheels. No experience required. Please sign up at Reference as space is limited. Please bring your own scissors and toolkit (If you have one). Thanks to the sponsor of this program: Friends of Mohr Library

Building a Fashion Business

Tuesday, July 17th at 6 pm

Jason Silvia, founder and CEO of Irregular Cloth, a forward-thinking local fashion line, will be at the library to discuss what it takes to create a fashion business and become a full-time designer. Jason will talk about the ups and downs of undertaking a creative enterprise in Rhode Island as well as how he was inspired to form his company, where he gets his design ideas, and what advice he would have for other creative types interested in starting their own business.

This program is free and open to the public. No reservations are necessary.

Computer Help

You can request on-the-spot basic help using our computers and other technology.

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