Grades 1 to 5 - Siblings and Family Welcome - Registration Preferred for the Eye on the Sky Series. Call 401-231-4980, press 5 or email info@mohrlibrary.org.

Can You Get to Mars?

Wednesday, August 9th at 6:30 pm- Participants will play a game involving team cooperation that steps through a human mission to Mars, to learn about the variety of people on the ground supporting missions, and the factors that can affect a mission. Build a model of a Mars colony.

Moon Exploration! Dogs in Space?

Wednesday, August 16th-6:30 pm What other animals went up and why? Stories, activities and special moon inspired treats!


Monday, August 21st from 1 pm to 5:00 pm. Make Sun Cookies, stories and more. Enjoy a family movie that involves an eclipse, view the solar eclipse outdoors with our special solar eclipse viewing glasses provided by NASA@ My Library. Feel free to bring lawn chairs and blankets to use outside.

1:00 pm-Join us outside in the library backyard (adjacent to Ferri Middle School) to recreate the phases of the eclipse with Oreo-like cookies and enjoy an orange drink like the one used by early NASA manned space flights. In 1962, when Mercury astronaut John Glenn conducted eating experiments in orbit, this orange drink was selected for the menu. Enjoy this and a story as the moon begins to move between the sun and the earth creating partial darkness and view it with the specially provided eclipse glasses. Even if weather is cloudy, you will experience and be aware of the partial darkness occurring but maybe not the amazing effects visible during perfect weather. Upon the end of this remarkable phenomenon, we will move inside where there will be other activities.

3:30 pm-The Wild Thornberrys, The Movie (2002)-World-traveling documentary filmmakers Nigel and Marianne Thornberry have come with their family to Africa to record an amazing elephant migration. Legend says that during a solar eclipse, thousands of elephants emerge from the forest to watch in a hidden valley deep inside the Congo. Rated PG. 125 Minutes. Crafts following the movie.

Weekly Children’s Programs

Tuesdays, July 18 - Aug. 22 at 10:30am

Terrific Tots - stories, songs, rhymes and puppets for babies, toddlers and preschoolers and their grown-ups. No need to register.

Wednesdays at 10:30am


Build-o-Rama—use different materials, provided by the library to make your masterpieces. No need to register.

  • Aug 2- Clothespins and craft sticks

Thursday Summer Programs at 11 am, for grades k-3

Registration recommended. Call (401) 231-4980, and press 5. (Siblings and families welcome.)

Thursday August 10th- 11:00 am- Entering K and Up-Fill Your Bucket- Featured book is “Have you filled a Bucket Today?” by Carol McCloud. We all have invisible buckets that we carry as we go through the day. We have them and other people have them. When we have a full bucket, we feel great. When we do not, we feel sad. What can we do to help fill other’s buckets? Story and group discussion and visuals how to identify Bucket Dippers (How not to be one) and Bucket Fillers (How to be one) and another interactive activity in which children will have the opportunity to practice being Bucket Fillers at home or school. Registration Preferred.

Fridays, July 7 - August 11, 10am to 11am

Junior Knitters children ages 8 and older are invited to sit with the ladies

Download the children's summer reading programs flyer.

The statewide Rhode Island Summer Reading Program is supported by the RI Office of Library and Information Services with funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Local support includes the Friends of Mohr Library and generous gifts in Memory of Andrew Greene.

Museum Passes

The library offers discount passes to several fun places in and around the state! These passes have been donated by the Friends of Mohr Library.
Click here for more information about our Museum Passes


For more information, call 231-4980, and press 5 for the children's room.
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