Adult Programs

UKE-Fest
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Ukulele Workshop with In Bed by Ten
Thursdays, June 22, July 6 & 20, August 3, 17 & 31 at Kingston Free Library

Beginners Workshop begins at 5:00 pm
Experienced Players Workshop begins at 6:00 pm

Local ukulele jam group, In Bed by Ten, will be hosting ukulele lessons and a ukulele jam session this summer. Bring your ukulele and get together with other ukulele enthusiasts to play blues, rock and traditional music. Register by contacting Mike Fabre at mike.fabre68@gmail.com or 401-552-3060.
Dyadic Duo -- Classical Guitar Performance
Saturday, June 24 at 10:00 am at Kingston Free Library

The Dyadic Duo will perform music for two classical guitars with composer Ssu-Yu Huange, soprano Elizabeth Maddock and flutist Olivia Maddock. Registration preferred by clicking here..  

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World Film Series -- Queen of Katwe
Wednesday, July 12, 2 PM at Peace Dale Library
Join us for the movie Queen of Katwe (2016, 124 minutes, PG). Based on a true story, this Disney-produced film is about a young girl from Uganda who learns to play chess and develops confidence and determination to pursue her dream of becoming an international chess champion. Directed by Mira Nair and starring David Oyelowo and Lupita Nyong'o. Free. Refreshments served. Registration is not required and summer visitors are welcome! 789-1555 xt 110 or jwilson@skpl.org.
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Rhode Island Clam Shacks
Monday, July 17, 6 PM at Peace Dale Library
Join us for a slideshow and talk with authors David Stone and Christopher Martin, who have compiled a book of great vintage photos of Rhode Islanders' classic summer seafood destinations, including such local favorites as Aunt Carrie's and George's of Galilee. Summer visitors welcome! Copies will be available for sale and autographing. Registration is not required. 789-1555 xt 110 or jwilson@skpl.org for more information.
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Dutch Island: Pasture, Fortress, Park
Wednesday, July 19th at 6:30 pm at Kingston Free Library
Rhode Island historian Brian Wallin will lead us through the history of this small island located between North Kingstown and Jamestown. He will discuss the early settlers, the island's role as a navigational aid, its evolution into a military fortification and its development as a public park. Registration preferred by clicking here. Sponsored by the Friends of the Kingston Free Library.
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Why We Write
Thursday, July 27, from 2:00 to 4:00 PM at Peace Dale Library
Join us as Prof. Nancy Shuster presents 5 members of the Neighborhood Guild Creative Writing Group who will read from their work and speak about the rewards they find in writing. The panel will consist of Leon Missry, David Stephenson, Marie Younkin-Waldman, Betty Bogutt, and Toni Littlestone. Free and open to the public. Registration is not required. For more information, contact jwilson@skpl.org or 789-1555 xt 110.