Mad Science Show at Woonsocket Library


Free Tickets available starting June 17th.

Tickets are required so we do not exceed room capacity


Show date: Monday June 24th

Time: 2-3pm

What: Mad Science Show

Where: Woonsocket Harris Public Library


Learn about the wonders of science through Mad Science! Great program for kids ages 4 and up. at the Woonsocket Harris Library. Tickets are given out so we do not exceed capacity in the room. Be here at 1:45. We let in at 1:50. People with tickets first. After that first come first serve. Once the show starts at 2pm and the room is filled up, we reserve the right to stop admitting people for fire safety reasons.


Register for our annual summer reading challenge and programs. Ask at the desk for details.


The statewide Rhode Island Summer Reading Program is supported by


the RI Office of Library and Information Services, with funds from


the Institute of Museum and Library Services.



Call 401-769-9044 x2 for information


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