Annual FUNDA FEST: A Celebration of Black Storytelling at the Washington Park
Join us on Thursday January 31st
at 4:30pm as the Rhode Island Black Storytellers share their stories with
us and promote awareness, appreciation, and application of Black
Storytelling in Rhode Island through performance, educational, and cultural
experiences. Learn all about the richness of Black history and African
culture worldwide. Don't miss out on this wonderful event!
A CELEBRATION OF BLACK STORYTELLING
FUNDA MEANS "TO TEACH AND LEARN" IN ZULU AND KISWAHILI FUNDA
OFFERS THE BEST IN CULTURAL "EDU-TAINMENT"
For more information, please contact Amy Rosa at 781-3136 or
Story Time: Cradles to Crayons every Tuesday at Washington Park Library
Every Tuesday morning from 10am to 11am, listen to a story, sing
songs (in English and Spanish), play with your little one, and connect
with other parents and caregivers. Recommended for ages 0-3. Please
register with Jennifer Munoz at 401-781-3136 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
PVD Adult Makers Night at the Washington Park Library
Makerspace isn't just for kids, any age can make with us! Every
Thursday night from 6 to 8pm, adults can join us after our PVD young makers
program for their very own makerspace evening. Adults will have access to
our sewing machine, 3D printer, coding robots, and vinyl cutter & heat
press to make designs on fabrics. If you wish to design a logo on a T-shirt,
clothing, fabric, etc. please bring the T-shirt/fabric with you.
Registration recommended. Please register for this program by
contacting Amy Rosa, Library Manager, at (401) 781-3136 or email email@example.com.