Cross' Mills Library ONLINE

Updated: Jul 30

The Cross' Mills Library is closed to visitors but the fabulous library programs are still being done online.


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Yoga with Sandy - Fridays at 4pm

Sandy Vadnais is offering her gentle beginner yoga class on Zoom. Please email us at staff@crossmills.org if you would like to participate. A link to the meeting and its password will be emailed to you. Feel free to contact us for help with Zoom, or for further information.

In the meantime, you can follow Sandy and other local yoga teachers and participate in their free online classes by joining the Community Yoga RI Facebook Group.



Meditation - Wednesdays at 10am

Explore the benefits of meditation using various methods. All levels of experience are welcome. Barbara has kindly agreed to do her guided meditation program online for us while the library is closed! We will be using Zoom as a platform.

Please email us at staff@crossmills.org if you would like to participate. A link to the meeting and its password will be emailed to you. Feel free to contact us for help with Zoom, or for further information.

Cookbook Book Club - Friday, May 15th, 1 pm

Join the Cross' Mills Library Cookbook Club for a virtual meetup! The theme for this meeting is Favorite Comfort Food. Prepare a family recipe or a new favorite, and share its special story with other members.

This event will take place via Zoom. Please email us at staff@crossmills.org if you would like to participate. A link to the meeting and its password will be emailed to you. Feel free to contact us for help with Zoom, or for further information.


Book Talk: Roger Williams' A Key into the Language of America, the Tomaquag Edition

Thursday, May 21st, 6 pm

Lorén Spears, Narragansett, Executive Director of Tomaquag Museum, will discuss the recently published Tomaquag edition of A Key into the Language of America by Roger Williams, originally published in 1643. This latest edition is the first to include the input of the Narragansett Tribal Community and aims to "make the text more accessible and user friendly especially for the Narragansett people and other Algonquian speakers.” It also uses footnotes to "add Narragansett and modern perspectives" on the cultural observations made by Roger Williams nearly 400 years ago.

This event will take place virtually, via Zoom. Please email us at staff@crossmills.org if you would like to participate. A link to the meeting and its password will be emailed to you. Feel free to contact us for help with Zoom, or for further information.


Music and Stories Online - Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 3 pm

Mr. Mike, Miss Kiersten, and friends will sing, play instruments, and read stories! Follow us on Facebook to join the fun.


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