The library will be closed on Wednesday, November 11th
in observance of Veterans Day.
The library will be closing at 5:00 pm on Wednesday,
and closed on Thursday, November 26th
in celebration of Thanksgiving.
Members of the Picnic Table Book Club are meeting on Thursday, November 19 at 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm to discuss
by Louisa May Alcott. New members are welcome.
Members of the Mystery Book Club are meeting on Tuesday, November 3 from 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm to discuss
The Secret Place
by Tana French. New members are welcome.
Monday, November 9th
Card Making with Cricut
Get inspired by the library's latest addition to the MakerSpace. A Cricut Explore One, an electronic cutting machine with a library of images and ideas for craft projects of all kinds. Learn how to search for cut outs, how to load the machine, and come away with a greeting card or two! This class is free but registration is required. Please register on the library calendar or by calling 401-949-3630 ext. #1.
Thursday, November 12th at 6:00 pm
Using Spreadsheets to Improve Your Business:
Free training session
to help professionals and business owners
IT professional Kamil Sarji, CEO and Founder of Support Visions, an IT solutions company based in Rhode Island, hosts the workshop. Register to learn how to create basic and advanced formulas, and how to share your spreadsheets with others to help improve your business.
Kamil Sarji is a passionate and talented Microsoft and Cisco certified IT professional and has been in the IT field for over 18 years. With a solid background in delivering robust, customized IT solutions and technical support to global organizations, government departments, small and medium sized firms, startups and individuals.
The Greenville Library Board of Trustees has appointed a new assistant director, Cassie Patterson. Mrs. Patterson obtained her MLIS from the University of Rhode Island. She previously worked in the Mansfield Public Library where she was the head of reference and adult services. She was also responsible for programming for teens and adults. She has also worked at the Attleboro Public Library in the reference and circulation departments. Mrs. Patterson is a Rhode Island native.