AAA College Preparedness Series Part III: Filling out the FAFSA

Program – AAA College Preparedness Series Part III: Filling out the FAFSA

November 9th, 2017 at 6pm

The Tiverton Public Library is proud to announce that it is partnering with AAA for a three-part College Preparedness Series.  This three-part series will focus on different financial aspects of the college preparation process.

The third topic is Filling out the FAFSA on Thursday, November 9th, 2017 from 6-7pm at the Tiverton Public Library.  In this presentation Chris Verleger, a AAA Student Lending Specialist, In this presentation we will discuss how FAFSA Line by Line works, the types of aid available, who should apply and how to apply.   This will be a great presentation for college bound families of High school seniors and juniors.  It is also helpful for students already attending college who need to better understand the types of aid available to them.  Program is open to patrons of all ages. Third in a three-part series about College Preparedness.

Program is open to patrons of all ages.  We encourage students and parents to attend together.  Patrons are welcome to attend all three parts of the series or individual parts depending on what topics address their specific information needs.  Please sign up for this special presentation at our Information Desk, calling the library at 401-625-6796, or emailing .

“Financial Aid 101” (which was cancelled on September 19th) will be rescheduled at a yet to be determined date.

Greybeards at The Meeting House Today!

Nanaquaket Yoga Studio – Yoga & the Chakra Workshop today!

Farm Energy Program Today!

Farm Energy
12:00 PM – 2:00 PM

The program is an outreach to farm owners throughout the state that will inform them of all the funding opportunities and incentives for farm energy projects.

Paul Dolan
LOCATION: Community Room

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Crazy 8s Math Club at Tiverton Library Today!

Join Bedtime Math’s Crazy 8s Club where you’ll build stuff, run and jump, make music, make a mess… it’s a totally new kind of math club!

4-5pm in the children’s activity room 

Songbirds of the Northeast Today at the Tiverton Library!

Program – “Songbirds of the Northeast”

October 30, 6:30 PM
“Songbirds of the Northeast” is a power point presentation featuring both photographs and recordings of our region’s songbirds. The role of song in these birds’ lives as well as their diet, social behavior, and other adaptations for survival are discussed. Participants also learn how to provide attractive habitat for songbirds. Questions and comments are welcome throughout the presentation.
Program duration: 60-90 minutes
Presented by John Root

Newport Vineyards 2nd Annual Harvest Festival Today!


Sip, savor and toast to the seasons’ crush at our 2nd Annual Harvest Celebration! A day full of grape stomping, wine tasting, pie eating goodness. Enjoy live music from the Little Compton Band, while sipping on our local wines, and noshing on food created by scratch from our culinary team. Feeling competitive? You could be called to compete in our Grape Stomp Competition OR our Pie Eating Contest! Or simply relax and capture the memories with a photo of you and one of TEN31’s live wine statues. All while enjoying a glass overlooking the vines.

Sunday, October 29
Ongoing from 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Grape Stomping at 1:00pm and 3:00pm*
Pie Eating Contest – 2:00pm *
$25 per person, includes wine tasting
$20 for Club Members, includes wine tasting (must use club promo code when booking)

*Grape stomping and pie eating contest contestants will be selected at random the day of the event. Please be present and dressed accordingly if you want to have a chance at participating.

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Mary Shelley’s FRANKENSTEIN at the Four Corners Arts Center Today!

The Four Corners Arts Center is pleased to present:  



Hampstead Stage Company’s
Production of

Mary Shelley’s

Hampstead Stage Company’s original adaptation of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein explores Victor Frankenstein’s maddening journey of creation and failure, with three actors playing multiple characters. Dr. Frankenstein, delirious from chasing his creation across the world, recounts his tragic past as a warning to humanity. This dark tale comes to life with a spark, revealing the truth behind Dr. Frankenstein’s creation and the irreversible horrors that unfold quickly after. This prod


uction of Frankenstein is “alive” and certain to leave you with chills, pondering the question: “Who really is the monster?”

Suitable for ages 13 and up.

October 29th 2017 at 2:00 p.m.
at The Meeting House
3850 Main Road

Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door
Student pricing just $5! 

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Lynch Revisited at Gallery 4- Closing Today!

Nanaquaket Yoga Studio Workshop today!