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T.J.  Del Santo ⚡🔭 Sep 21
80 years ago today, the Hurricane of '38 devastated Rhode Island. Tonight at 5, we take a look back at the storm with those who lived through it. And if you have some time, check out the Hurricane of '38 exhibit at the East Greenwich Library.
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CranstonLibrary Sep 21
They're baaaaaacck! Goat landscapers from Laurel Hill Micro Farm @ Central library this week. Stop by & say hello. The weeds just won't stop growing in Garden City.
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Philip Eil Sep 20
Today's Rhode Island journalism-related adventure: a trip to the . Public libraries are, among many other things, an invaluable resource for journalists. I can't tell you the number of stories I've written that have benefited from them.
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CranstonLibrary Sep 20
Replying to @phileil @djgraziano
We don't play favorites ;) Don't forget, William Hall Library Open House this Sat. 9/22 starting at 1 pm. Food, prizes, balloons, raffles, & David Brussat architecture talk at 3pm.
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CranstonLibrary Sep 20
Our 50th anniversary celebration continues with an open house at the William Hall Library, Saturday Sept. 22 1-4:45pm. Join local author David Brussat for a talk about William Hall Library architecture at 3:30pm.
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CranstonLibrary Sep 19
article about the new signs in the Cranston Discovery Network.
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Mrs. Mills Sep 6
Thank you and for visiting Open House at PV!
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CranstonLibrary Sep 12
The Library internet will be down at 5pm today for approximately an hour as our network is undergoing upgrades. Sorry for the inconvenience.
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CranstonLibrary Sep 6
Check out the new signs in the Cranston Discovery Network! Good article in the Cranston Herald.
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Chris Paplauskas Aug 23
We gathered this morning in Knightsville to unveil one of the new signs in the Cranston Discovery Network. Special thanks to , Director Jeffery Barone, Director Ed Garcia, , the Cranston Historical Society, and the Rhode Island Foundation.
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RI Foundation Sep 3
See how and its partners are using our grant to build community, via .
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CranstonLibrary Sep 3
The Library will be closed today in honor of Labor Day. We will re-open on Tuesday, September 4th.
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CranstonLibrary Aug 31
The library will be closed on Monday, September 3rd in honor of Labor Day.
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CranstonLibrary Aug 30
Adults, start the weekend off by calming down! Drop in at Auburn & color. Coloring books, mandalas, colored pencils & markers will be available, as well as herbal & decaf teas & soothing music. This Friday August 31st at Auburn branch, 396 Pontiac Ave. 4-5:45pm
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CranstonLibrary Aug 25
Library Director Ed Garcia joined Cranston Historical Society and to unveil the latest signs in the Cranston Discovery Network.
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CranstonLibrary Aug 23
Adults, start the weekend off by calming down! Drop in at Auburn & color. Coloring books, mandalas, colored pencils & markers will be available, as well as herbal & decaf teas & soothing music. This Friday August 24th at Auburn branch, 396 Pontiac Ave. 4-5:45pm
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CranstonLibrary Aug 23
Cranston Public Library will have a delayed opening today August 23rd for staff training. The Central Library & William Hall Library will open at 12pm. The Auburn branch will open normal hours at 2pm. All other locations are normally closed on Thursdays.
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CranstonLibrary Aug 22
Cranston Public Library will have a delayed opening on Thursday, August 23rd for staff training. The Library will open at 12pm.
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CranstonLibrary Aug 22
The Cranston Public Library is now circulating Nintendo Switch games! Stop by the Central Library to check them out.
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CranstonLibrary Aug 20
Are you a fan of indie, classic and documentary films? Check out our new streaming service Kanopy! Free with your CPL library card.
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