On Friday, Nov. 29 at 7:00 p.m. we will be showing "The Biggest Little Farm". You can see the trailer here
This film is rated PG. Free and all are welcome!
Tuesday, November 5, 2019
Welcome to our first
Conversation with Poetry at the Harrisville Library!
This Saturday, November 9th, at 10:30 we’ll have an hour to begin to find our various and unique ways into some poems by our upcoming readers. Rebecca Kaiser Gibson promises to offer you a whole new, pretty fun, way to discover your own relationship to these poems. We hope YOU can join us.
And remember, the poets, Ellen Doré Watson and George Kalogeris will be reading the next day, Sunday, at 4:30 at Denis Hall.
Monday, October 7, 2019
Mary DesRosiers, accompanied by Gordon Peery, guitar, will present a family program featuring the songs of Woody Guthrie: including some of the songs he wrote for his own kids, the story of the dust bowl ballads, and some old favorites for singing along. Come along and join the fun!
Monday, September 9, 2019
Now that it is getting dark earlier in the evening, we will bring back Movie Night. Our first movie of the season will be "Infamous" starring Toby Jones, Sandra Bullock and Daniel Craig. It is rated R. The movie will be shown of Friday, September 27th at 7:00 pm. It is based on events in Truman Capote's life as he was writing "In Cold Blood".
Wednesday, June 19, 2019
SUMMER AT THE HARRISVILLE LIBRARY FOR KIDS
Wednesday July 10th at 11am: Susan Behl will be reading “JUMP FROG JUMP” by Robert Kalan and showing how to make a frog puppet.
Wednesday July 17th at 11am: Susan Behl reading “If I had a Sheep” by Mick Inkpen and helping to make a sheep to take home.
Saturday, July 20th at 11am: Kim Wallach will do a concert with parts to join in.
Wednesday July 24th at 11am: TBA
Wednesday July 31st at 11am: Haiku and summer songs. Come sing and write Haiku with Sarah Kendall.
Wednesday August 7th at 11am: TBA, look for another music event.
Wednesday August 14th at 11am: TBA, but expect “Oh, Were They Ever Happy´ by Peter Spier.
All programs are free and open to the public. Appropriate for all ages. The very young should bring a helper. More info at 827-2918.