Drop by the reference desk and one of our staff members will help answer your technology questions. Use our laptop or bring your own device. Bring your questions and passwords to this free, drop in program.
Join us for our second YouTube Paint Night! BYOB, so 21+ only please. Painting to come. Registration opens on September 1st. Limited to 18 participants.
Staff training. Please sign up at OSL Connects.
One of the goals of the Consumer Protection Unit of the RI Office of the Attorney General is protect consumers from fraud and scams. Scams are becoming ever prevalent and to make matters worse, scams have become increasingly clever and convincing. No longer are the scams limited to international lottery offers and phony sweepstakes. Today’s scammers are continually changing their tactics to better their chances of stealing someone’s hard-earned dolla
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Join us and learn the basics of using Google Docs for your document needs. Basic computer skills necessary. Please register by clicking below or call 401-683-9457
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Spanning more than three centuries of Rhode Island’s history, the Women of the East Bay Exhibition recognizes and celebrates women who have made a difference in their communities. This exhibition is currently on display at Portsmouth Free Public Library. Four Portsmouth women are part of this exhibition - Anne Hutchinson, Julia Ward Howe, Sarah Eddy and Emeline Eldredge. Gloria Schmidt of the Portsmouth Historical Society will share what she has learned about the lives and contributions of each of these women.
The library is closed.
An exhibit during the month of August of images, artifacts and biographies of 60 women who have made a difference in their communities of Barrington, Bristol, Jamestown, Little Compton, Middletown, Newport, Portsmouth, Tiverton, and Warren. The exhibit is spaced throughout the library.