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Join Dr. Michael Fine for a reading of his book On Medicine as Colonialism on Tuesday, October 17 at 6 PM. On Medicine as Colonialism is a reframing of the health care debate in the US. It is a strident meticulously researched expose that shows how corporate America uses Medicare and Medicaid to extract resources […]
Michael Corvese, a member of Skyscrapers, Inc., will share tips for viewing the night sky using the naked eye, binoculars, and a telescope. Michael will discuss getting started in astronomy from basic naked eye observing to the use of optical aids such as binoculars and telescopes, including a tutorial using the library’s Orion StarBlast telescope. […]
What to do with your stuff when your children don’t want it. In this session, appraiser Mike Ivankovich will share 15 tips and strategies designed to help you deal with your furniture, china, figurines, books and more, and even help you make some money when selling your objects. This event will be held on Zoom. […]
Join us for September and October’s computer workshops to learn or review Google skills! These beginner classes will go over the services provided by Google, including Gmail, Docs, Photos, and Drive. Registration is required. Open to Ages 18+. Click on a session below to register. September 14: Gmail September 28: Google Docs October 12: Google […]
Our film series continues this season! Movies are held every other Friday at 2:00pm in the Friends Program Room. Aug. 25: Two Weeks Notice (2002) – PG-13 Sep. 8: Music and Lyrics (2007) – PG-13 Sep. 22: Sense and Sensibility (1995) – PG Oct. 6: Notting Hill (1999) – PG-13
Consider joining one (or more!) of our book groups this fall. The Non-Fiction book group meets every other month with the first meeting taking place on Tuesday, September 12 at 3 PM. We also are offering a Classics Book Group which meets monthly on Saturdays at 10 AM. The first meeting will take place on […]
Homebound residents in Newport can now sign up to have books, movies, and more delivered to their homes! Enjoy this service which includes: To sign up or get more information, contact Deanna at [email protected] or call 401-847-8720 ext. 108.
Transfer old home movies on VHS to digital format for your personal enjoyment. You will need to provide your own storage device. We recommend at least a 16 GB flash drive. Drop off your VHS tapes at the Reference desk during regular Library hours.
Teens at NPL
If you are a teenager check out this page for book recommendations, teen news & updates, and a list of activities specifically for you and your friends.
Kids at NPL
See a list of all our upcoming activities, events, and storytimes. Learn more about the “1000 Books Before Kindergarten” early literacy program.