June 2007 - the Greenville Public Library

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June 2007 - the Greenville Public Library
GRAANBILLA P=`LIC LI`RARa
`9ARD 9F TR=STAAS
Domine Bescera Ragosta, President
Birginia ]arnois, Bice President
`ruce ]allworth, Treasurer
Susan Marineau, Secretary
^ohn `ucci
Stephen Cicilline
Alaine Farley
]eather Grogan
]arold ]emberger
`arbara Lysik
Milo ^. St.Angelo
Dr. ^ulie Shaw-Ip
Christopher LaRoux, Director
]ours:
Monday - Thursday
Friday d Saturday
10 amc 8 pm
10 am - 5 pm
!reenville Public Library
573 Putnam Pike
Greenville, RI 02828
Phone: 401-949-3630
Fax: 401-949-0530
TDD: 1-800-745-5555
Amail:
infoPgreenvillelibrarymail.com
http://www.yourlibrary.ws
In case of inclement weather,
please call the library or check
with YPRI ZChannel 12\, YNAC
ZFox 64\, Y]^^-AM ZTalk Radio
920\, YY``-FM Z`101\,
Y]^a-FM Z94.1\ and YSNA-FM
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T]IS INSTIT=TI9N IS AN Ab=AL 9PP9RT=NITa PR9BIDAR AND AMPL9aAR.
5reenville 2ublic Library 9appenin3s
The Newsletter of the Greenville Public Library, Smithfield, Rhode Island
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573 Putnam Pike, !reenville, RI 0<=<= H Phone: 401-949-3630 H Fax: 401-949-0530 H T2I: 1-=00-745-5555 H www.yourlibrary.ws
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Saturday, ^une 16
from 1:00 - 2:00 pm.
"UNE E&HIBITION
/ellness 2ro3ra4s
,A.a0ti3e Artw7r8s:
In t<e
Castle
[email protected] CaseA
Dr. ]erbert Curtis, ^r.
D.C. from Lincoln
Chiropractic will be
holding four Yellness
Informational programs
during ^une:
Library
Boo*
+ale.
ARTIST OF THE
MONTH
D7l7res DeCeseare
will Fe [email protected] <er
MiHe. Me.ia artw7r8A
Saturday, ^une 16 from
10:00 am to 1:00 pm.
Come eoin us for our
book sale rain or shine
at the Libraryf `rowse
adult and children’s
books, cds and videos.
The Library is
accepting books in
good condition prior
to the book sale.
The Library
will be
closed
Sundays
in
Eune,
Euly
and
August.
;uillin3
Class
inside
Adult Programs & News
!
Children’s Programs &
News
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Teen Talk
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New Titles
insert
Library Calendar
insert
Saturday, ^une 2 and
^une 9 from 11:00 am
to 1:00 pm. ^oin us for
`eginner’s builling
classes. There is a
i20.00 fee which
includes a juilling tool.
Come try this unijue
The first will be
hNatural Approaches to
the Prevention and
Treatment of Neck and
Low `ack Painh on
Tuesday, ^une 12 from
6:30 - 7:30 pm.
The second will be
hNatural Solutions to
]eadache Painh on
method of paper twirling and paper rolling to
decorate pictures,
frames, greeting cards
and other decorative
items. aou will be
making a greeting card
in the class. Students
will need tweekers
Zpreferably needlenose\, scissors
The third will be
h=nderstanding
Fibromyalgia: A
]olistic Approach to
Chronic Pain and
Fatigueh on Tuesday,
^une 19th from 6:30 7:30 pm.
The fourth will be
hArthritis: Alternative
Approaches to Preventing and Relieving ^oint
Diseaseh on Thursday,
^une 28th from 1:00 to
2:00 pm.
Please call the library
at 949-3630 for further
information and to
register.
Zpreferably small craft
sike\, a small ruler and
white glue.
Please call 949-3630 to
register.
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GRAANBILLA, RI
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The Newsletter of the Greenville Public Library, Smithfield, Rhode Island
Adult Programs Q News
The Library and the aMCA of
Smithfield made close to
i8,000.00 at the Meatball
and Pasta Dinner, ]ypnosis
Show, Silent Auction and
Raffle. The Library would like
to thank all of the people
involved with this fundraiser.
Domine Bescera Ragosta
Robert Ragosta
]arold ]emberger,
lThe Sleepsterh
Bincent Mattera and his cooking
assistants
`arbara and Yalter Lysik
Debbie Adler
Sarah Pajuet
Catherine Rickert
Michelle Cardono
^udy Cadigan-Parisi
`arbara Guilbeault
Tom Mallo
Rory Macaccio Schaffer
Greenville Public Library Staff
maralyne Rothwell
Lisa Indish
Milo ^. St. Angelo
^ohn `ucci
Sue Marineau
Tysh McGrail
`enns `akery
Dunkin Donuts of Smithfield
maren Capelli Massage
Therapist
Apple Balley Tanning
^aswell Farm
`utton ]ole Golf Course
Citikens `ank
^ohn F. mennedy Museum
Smithfield aMCA
Rhode Island College
=niversity of Rhode Island
mirkbrae Country Club
Segragansett Country Club
The Terrace Restaurant
Tns Restaurant
`lock Island Ferry
Cerroni Auto
Applebeens
AC ^ewelers
Audubon Society
The Little Inn Restaurant
Foodworks
Il Piccolo Restaurant
Pikkeria =no
Cricketns Restaurant
Lyn-Art Studio and Framery
AAA of Rhode Island
buill Pen
Art d Soul Gift Shop
Chesterns Restaurant
Smithfield Driving Range d Pro
Shop, Inc.
Anderson Yinfield Chauffeured
Services
buidnesset Country Club
`ankRI
Alphapets
Atwood Grill Restaurant
Providence College
Twin River
`ennyns
`^ns Yholesale Club
Stop d Shop of Smithfield
Shawns Supermarket of ^ohnston
` d C Lijuors
`ryant =niversity
Calise d Sonns `akery
Smithfield Fire Fighters
men and Maureen Raspallo
of Mundyns Flower and
Gift Shop
DePetrillons Pikka d `akery
St. Philipns Church
Chuck d Sons Towing, Inc.
Martial Arts Complex
Aphraim Doumato ^ewelers
Creative Pool
Stop d Save, L.L.C
Greenville Nursery School
Coverall of Southern
New Angland
Se would also like to thank
the following businesses for
their generous donations:
The Newsletter of the Greenville Public Library, Smithfield, Rhode Island
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Teen Talk
The Library would like to thank
the following people for all of
their hard work and support for
the auction:
Library and
>?CA
Fundraiser
T H E N E 8S : E T T E R O F T H E 2 R E E N > I ::E 0 @ B :I C :I B R A R C D S MI T H F I E :. D R H O . E I S :A N .
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>our Library
+u44er
Eeadin3
2ro3ra4 FGGH
Smithfield’s teens are invited to
all sorts of mystery-filled fun
this summer by participating in
the Library’s teen summer
reading program from ^une 25 to
August 18. aoung adults can
win fabulous prikes for reading
as well as take part in special
events offered throughout the
summer. Special events will
include a visit from Smithfield
Police Department, with a
chance to experience CSI:
Smithfield. `eginning on ^une
18, those in middle and high
school can pick up an
informational booklet detailing
all the events that will take
place. Registration for most
events will start on ^une 25.
Teens can also sign up to read 7
books during the summer
reading program. Those who
succeed will receive a prike pack
and their names will be entered
into a drawing for the grand
prike, a fabulous MP3 player.
The aNm P aour Library teen
summer reading program is
sponsored by the RI Institue of
Museum d Library Services, the
Friends of the Greenville
Public Library, Newport
Creamery, and a number of area
businesses.
Partyin’ with Sherlock Holmes
Monday, ^une 25 from 2:00 4:00 pm. The Library is kicking
off the summer reading program
with a ]olmsian-themed party.
Games, trivia, food and prikes
will keep this party hopping.
Come dressed as
your favorite
]olmsian
characterf
The Library would like to invite
anyone who has finished the 5th
grade or higher to become a
`ook `uddy this summer. If you
eneoy working with young children, the Library could use your
helpf Bolunteers will read to
preschoolers or listen to
beginner readers on Tuesday
mornings at 10:30 am or
afternoons at 2:00 pm ^uly 10 -
August 14. Interested young
adults should stop in at the
Reference Desk or the
Children’s Room and fill out an
application by ^une 26.
Participants must attend an
informational meeting on
Tuesday, ^une 26 at 2:00 am or
Tuesday, ^uly 3 at 11:00 am for
training. If you would like more
information about this program,
please call Aaron at 949-3630
ext. 103.
Tuesday, ^une 26 at 6:00 pm.
Yas it Aaron in the After School
Center with a rulero Yas it Mrs.
Leaver in the video area with a
staplero Something has gone
terribly wrong at the Greenville
Public Libraryf Someone has
been murderedf Come and help
the staff figure out who did it
with this fun, original game
based on the popular game Clue.
Shat’s In a Book[
Mystery EeopardyY
Summer Pen Pal Program
Book Buddies
The Library will kick off its teen
book group series with Down the
Rabbit Hole by Peter Abrahams
on Yednesday, ^une 27 at 11:00
am. Ingrid, a big fan of Sherlock
]olmes, gets an opportunity to
investigate a murder after she
gets some help from a juirky
woman in her hometown of
Acho Falls.
^une 28 at 3:00 pm. It was Mr.
`oddy in the kitchen with the
poison. Yhat is a fun way to
spend the afternoon if you like
mysterieso Come and play this
fun trivia game based on the
popular game show.
Clue: !reenville
The Library is participating in a
state-wide pen pal program.
Participants will be paired up
with a person of a similar age and
interests from another town.
Complete an Introductory Letter
form, which is available at the
Reference Desk, and turn it
in to Aaron by Friday, ^une
29.
The Newsletter of the Greenville Public Library, Smithfield, Rhode Island
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Children’s 2epartment News
5et a Clue D >our Library
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Super sleuths and daring
detectives are invited to eoin the
Summer Reading Program at the
Greenville Library this summer.
]!et a Clue @ _our Library`
is the theme for this year’s
program and mystery lovers
aickoff
Program
Yednesday, ^une 27 at
1:30 pm for ages 4-10.
Storyteller Charlotte
]amlin will visit the
Library to kick off our
Summer Reading
Program with a fun filled
forty-five minute show.
Registration begins
^une 11.
Adult Programs Q News
from ages 3 p- 10 years of age
are encouraged to eoin the fun
including storytellers, magicians,
music, crafts, bedtime storytimes, book buddies, weekly
drawing prikes, incentive
coupons, and more.
Registration begins ^une 25 for
the program which will take
place from ^une 25 - August 16.
A complete brochure detailing
all of the programs during the
summer for children ages 3 1/2 10 will be available by the
middle of ^une. Descriptions of
some of our opening programs
follow.
The summer Reading Program is
Mystery
Craft
2ay
Monday, ^uly 2 at 10:30 am for
ages 6-10. Register to complete
a mystery craftf An assortment
of fun proeects will be available
and each child will choose a
favorite to complete in the fortyfive minute program. Register
beginning ^une 11.
supported by the RI 9ffice of
Library and Information Services, the Institute of Museum
and Library Services, McDonald’s Restaurants of RI, the
Friends of the Greenville Public
Library, Citikens `ank Foundation, and the Greenville Library.
Please Note: Registration is
rejuired for all programs,
so call 949-3630 ext 3 to
register, or do so in person
at the Children’s Desk.
Please, no drop-ins or voice
mail registrations for any of
our programs. Than* youL
Co4puter
Classes
?ystery
Boo*
Club
Tuesday, ^une 5 from 1:30 to
2:30 pm. Members of the
Mystery `ook Club will be
meeting to discuss Dead Ringer
by Lisa Scottoline. New
members are welcome. Please
call 949-3630 for more details.
The Library will be holding a
computer refresher course on
Saturdays in ^uly and August for
students who have previously
received computer instruction
at the Library. The time will be
from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm.
Please call the Library at
949-3630 to register.
Starting in ^une, Library hours
are as follows:
Monday - Thursday:
10:00 am - 8:00 pm
Friday d Saturday
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Ronald
Mc2onald
Show
Friday, ^uly 6 at
2:00 pm for
families with
children ages 3 and
older. Register for this fun-filled
show featuring Ronald
McDonald. Registration begins
^une 11.
+u44er
Library
9ours
Adult
+e,orati0e
Card
2aking
Class
^anice Crouse of Greenville
creates an original design at May
workshop.
in
2ay
Children’s 2epartment News
aeith Munslow
Yednesday, ^uly 11 at 10:30 am
for ages 4-10. meithns highly
interactive show will delight
everyone with a unijue mix of
funny and original songs and
stories, tongue-twisting poems,
oddball characters, and on-thespot cartoon drawing.
Registration begins ^une 25.
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The Newsletter of the Greenville Public Library, Smithfield, Rhode Island
Book Buddies
Teens are volunteering to team
up with young readers in the
Summer Reading Program on
Tuesday mornings from 10:30 -
11:30 am, and Tuesday
afternoons from 2:00 - 3:00 pm.
Children ages 3 1/2 - 8 may sign
up to read with a teen weekly to
earn reading credit towards incentives, and for fun, of coursef
`uddy sessions begin on ^uly 10,
and continue on Tuesdays through
August 14. Registration begins on
^une 25 for one or more of the
Tuesday sessions.
?a*e a +urprise
Nor Father’s Day.
Monday, ^une 11 at 4:00 pm for
ages 6-10. Let your father,
grandfather or someone special
know how much you appreciate
him this Father’s Day. Decorate
a mug to give him and he will
think of you with every sip.
Register today.
Children’s Bubble
Come see Isabeau ]amel’s
fabulous Moshi micro bead
pillow collection this month in
the Children’s Room bubble
display case. These are those
sjuishy, mushy pillows that
come in different designs and
shapes. Don’t miss out on seeing
themf
The A88le 9lossom Club 0olunteers
in the Children’s +e8artment
^une 2007
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