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Reminder: Cranston Public Library is closed today and tomorrow for MLK Day
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CranstonLibrary Jan 19
Please Note: All Cranston Public Library location will be closed on Sunday & Monday Jan 20-21 for Martin Luther King Jr. Day
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CranstonLibrary Jan 18
Take up a new hobby and jazz up your furniture with the help of this book, "Modern DIY Upholstery: Step by Step Upholstery and Re-Upholstery Projects for Beginners and Beyond" by Vicky Grubb. Find in the display by the reference desk at Central Library
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CranstonLibrary Jan 18
Check out the movie "Selma" about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s historical struggle to secure voting rights for all people --a dangerous and terrifying campaign that culminated with an epic march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, in 1964.
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CranstonLibrary Jan 17
Replying to @Steph_DeSilva
Excellent! Less pressure, more reading! :)
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Stephanie Mandeville Jan 17
I just got my auto-renew notice from - pressures off and more time to read!
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CranstonLibrary Jan 17
William Hall Library has a great selection of on display for patrons to learn more about the great Martin Luther King, Jr.
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CranstonLibrary Jan 17
Day 7 of 7 (our last day!) of 's challenge to post 7 days of 7 covers of 7 books we love, no explanation, just the cover. Today we nominate to do the same. Today's cover is The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
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CranstonLibrary Jan 16
Teens check out our Cool Manga Kids Club at Auburn Branch on Thursdays Feb 14 & Mar 14 for grades 6-12. Contact the Auburn Branch to register!
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CranstonLibrary Jan 16
Check out these books on Martin Luther King Jr. at the Knightsville Branch!
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CranstonLibrary Jan 16
Thinking about being less materialistic in 2019? Check out "Put Your Life on a Diet: Lessons Learned from Living in 140 Square Feet" by Gregory Paul Johnson and start drawing blueprints for a
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Coffee Co. Library Jan 15
"Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.” ~ Martin Luther King Jr.
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CranstonLibrary Jan 16
And the 2-1-1 RV will be parked at Central Library on the first Monday of each month
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Events at the Library of Congress Jan 16
LIVE TODAY: It's day here at the Library. Tune in live today at 10:30 a.m. as we celebrate the lifecycle of Copyright and the many works entering the public domain in 2019.
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Mrs. Mills Jan 15
Working on her Genius Hour project!
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Prov Public Library Jan 15
A Day 3 and 4 of ‘s challenge: (L to R), A Little Primer of Tu Fu by and Nox by
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CranstonLibrary Jan 16
"I've Seen the Promised Land: The Life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr" by Walter Dean is the story of the powerful, eloquent leader and his belief that nonviolence could be used to overcome racial discrimination. Find it at Oak Lawn Branch children's room.
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CranstonLibrary Jan 15
"Plastic Purge: How to Use Less Plastic, Eat Better, Keep Toxins Out of Your Body, and Help Save the Sea Turtles" by Michael SanClements is the perfect book to help you treat Planet Earth & yourself a bit better in 2019. Find it at the display at Central Library Reference Desk.
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CranstonLibrary Jan 15
Anyone else identify with this? 😂
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