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Things To Do On Spring Break

Spring Break is here, now what should you do with all that extra free time?

School is out, now what can you do with the kids?

Well, the weather should be great this week, so why not grab a slush at the newly opened , teach the kids how to swing at the driving range on Market Street, or practice their baseball skills at one of Bristol or Warren's local parks?

If the outdoors isn't your thing, try your hand at bowling down at (and don't forget to grab a coffee cabinet while you're at it!), or maybe some indoor mini golf at Monster Mini Golf in East Providence.

But if you're looking for some community programs going on during the week, check out the schedule below. Did we miss an amazing program? Let us know in the comments section!

Monday, April 16

Tuesday,  April 17 

  • , POW Science Presents Dynamic Earth, 2pm
    Earthquakes, tornadoes, volcanic eruptions! Kids will model and demonstrate the phenomena that shape our ever changing planet.  Every participant takes home their own erupt-able Volcano!
  • Audubon Center, Water Wows, 9am
    Visit the Audubon Center Website for more information.


Wednesday, April 18

  • George Hail Library, Animal World Experiences, 1pm
    Meet a variety of exotic animals from around the world. Children will experience mammals, reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates like never before. 
  • Audubon Center, Endangered Species Survival, 9am
    Visit the Audubon Center Website for more information.


Thursday, April 19

  • George Hail Library, Wild About Raptors, 2pm
    Join the Born To Be Wild Nature Center to learn about hawks and owls that are native to Rhode Island.  You will meet some birds of prey and witness first hand their majestic grace and power and discover the important roles these raptors play in our environment.
  • Audubon Center, Lighting Fast, 9am and Make A Bird House, 10am
    Visit the Audubon Center Website for more information.
  • Audubon Center, Teen Talk: Careers in Environmental Science, 2pm

Friday, April 20

  • Audubon Center, Local Foods Challenge, 9am
    Visit the Audubon Center Website for more information.
  • Audubon Center, Teen Talk: Careers in Environmental Science, 2pm

* All George Hail Library programs are free to the public and designed for children in grades K-5. Space is limited so please sign up by calling the George Hail Library Children’s Room (245-7686).

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