Christmas Tree Lighting
On a Monday evening in early December, we gather under the Pavilion to light the town Christmas Tree. Marshmallows are toasted in the firepits for s’mores, while we wait for the arrival of Santa Claus.
The Blueberry Patchers 4-H Club organizes this community egg hunt on Good Friday, held rain or shine. There are small animals to pet, coloring, and a storytime.
On a Wednesday in Mid-July, as part of our Summer Reading Program, members of the West Greenwich Police Department, Department of Public Works, and Fire and Rescue Departments bring their fire engines, police cruisers, payloader, dump trucks and other large and very special vehicles for children to explore! (Grown-ups love it too.)
Louttit Library’s Miss Stephanie has Storytime during the school year. Storytime may include music, fingerplays, movement and song, picture books, and a craft. Check the online calendar or our E-Newsletter (sign up at the bottom of this page) for dates, times, and themes.
A local 4-H club organizes this community egg hunt on Good Friday, held rain or shine. There are small animals to pet, coloring and a storytime.
SRP – Summer Reading Program
Every summer, the library sponsors a Summer Reading Program for all school-aged children, designed to combat “the summer slide,” the documented tendency for students to lose some of the academic achievement gains they made during the previous school year. Prizes, raffles, discount coupons to museums/attractions and other incentives are offered to participants for signing up and participating in this program.
We host Movies & Pizza with new and popular G and PG rated movies. Check the online calendar or our E-Newsletter for dates, times and selections.
Book & Film Group
Every 4-6 weeks the Book & Film Group meets to discuss a chosen book and watch its film adaptation on the big screen on our Community Center. Check the online calendar or our newsletter for dates, times and titles.
General Speakers/Author Events
Friday is senior programming day in the Community Center. We’ve offered a variety of programs on health, legal, or leisure topics. Check the online calendar or our newsletter for dates, times and themes.
The library’s central location and extended hours provide a convenient drop-off site for various community group drives. Please contact the library if your West Greenwich community group/organization would like to use the library as a collection site.
February is Pet Month at the library: we collect pet food, treats, toys etc. for the WG Animal Shelter
In November, we collect non-perishable food items for Thanksgiving Baskets distributed by the WG Department of Human Services
December is our toy drive for West Greenwich’s youngest residents in need, distributed by the WG Department of Human Services