Among Friends
News and notes from North Kingstown Free Library
January 2021
Library Hours
Mon - Thur 9:00 - 8:30
Fri & Sat 9:00 - 5:00
Author Visit with Claremary Sweeney
Local author, Claremary Sweeney, will be joining the Monday Morning Book Group on January 4th to discuss her book, Last Train to Kingston and answer questions.

Last Train to Kingston: On a chill November night Thea Lorimar arrives on the last train to the small village of Kingston, Rhode Island. She patiently waits for someone to meet her, unaware it will be her killer. South Kingstown's Detective Lieutenant Kara Langley must find the answers and catch the person responsible.

All are welcome! Registration required to receive the Zoom link. Email nnadeau@nklibrary.org if you would like to purchase a signed copy of her book.
Monday, January 4, 11:00 am
Last Train to Kingston
Monday, January 11, 6:30 pm
Soups and Stews
Tuesday, January 12, 6:30 pm

Tuesday, January 12, 6:30 pm
Black Sun
Friday, January 22, 9:30 am

Saturday, January 23, 3:00 pm
Tuesday, January 26, 6:30 pm
Malice Aforethought
Monday, February 1, 11:00 am
Go Set a Watchman
Programs on Your Time
Coming to YouTube this Month
Teen Programs
All kinds of Snowman related crafts and experiments are coming to you this January on our Youtube channel from Teen Librarian, LeeAnn. Want to make an exploding Snowman? Subscribe today and don't miss it!
Adult Crafting
Grab a take and make kit to create your own photo coasters. Then, head to our YouTube page for the how-to video!

Kits will feature a variety of images. To use your own, images must be printed on a laser printer.

Kits will be available in the second week of January, subscribe to our Youtube channel to be notified when the video goes live, and follow us on Facebook and Instagram.
Find Rhody Radio at rhodyradio.org or wherever you find your podcasts.
When you’re listening to Rhody Radio, you know you’re listening to something good.
Rhody Radio is a project of the Office of Library and Information Services and is made possible by a grant from the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities.
Free Books for Teens
In partnership with the North Kingstown Education Foundation for their February Read-a-thon fundraiser, our Young Adult Librarian, LeeAnn is hosting an extra special Blind Date with a Book event this year. 

Register with the Youth Services department in the month of January to receive a free wrapped book to go on a "blind date" with. Give it a try, and then join LeeAnn at the end of the month on Zoom to talk about your match!

Take a chance on bookish love, register for a Blind Date with a Book this February. 
All Ages Art Opportunity
Flex your artistic muscles and submit a project to this project put together by Towards an Anti-Racist North Kingstown.

Artwork can be completed in any medium but must be able to be submitted and showcased digitally.

Join T.A.N.K. on Facebook Live on January 18th at 7:00 to see all the works submitted.
Please direct all questions for information regarding this project or the organization in general to tank.org.nk@gmail.com
Become a Friend of the Library
This newsletter, and many of the programs and events announced through it, are sponsored by the generous donations of library supporters like you. Become a Friend today!

Every donation, no matter how small, helps us continue to carry out the library's mission of teaching valuable skills and providing opportunities for growth and human connection. Best of all, your donation is tax deductible!

Fill out your membership donation form and mail it with a check, or drop it off at the library during our opening hours. Thanks for being a Friend.
Make your shopping go further
Did you know that you can donate to the library through Amazon Smile, even when ordering your Whole Foods grocery order?

Visit smile.amazon.com and choose the Friends of North Kingstown Free Library as your charity, and Amazon will automatically donate a portion of their proceeds. All at no extra cost to you! Now that's giving in the holiday spirit.