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Homework Databases Workshop
Need homework or research help? The library can help you! Parents, children and teens in grades 2nd through 8th, can participate in a workshop presentation that will introduce you to some of the online resources available to help with those tricky homework assignments, projects and reports that require multiple sources. We will be covering several of the children’s databases available in the library and at home.
Registration is required. To register, visit or call the Children’s Department at 846-1573.
More About Middletown Public Library
Originally a few shelves at the back of a mid-1800's one-room schoolhouse on Oliphant Lane, today's town library at 700 West Main Rd. can now accomodate a collection of 80,000 items thanks to renovations completed in 2003.
The Middletown Library has also remained true to its early education roots, as it continues to host lectures by world-reknowned authors, financial education seminars and other community classes, as well as enrichment activities like the Toastmasters public speaking club, and teen programs such as summer movies.
For the kids, there are summer reading programs and drop-in storytimes.
Part of the Ocean State Libraries (OSL) network, the Middletown Public Library offers card holders Internet access to search the Library Catalog from any computer onsite. Its website also hosts an impressive series of links to community resources, digital downloads and engaging and interactive tools including blogs for teens and kids. For more information, visit: http://www.middletownpubliclibrary.org/Community-Links
Other events here
- The Bard Is Here! Weekly Shakespeare Reading Group Weekly on Thursdays, 5:00 pm–6:00 pm
- Middletown Authors Circle Mon, Jun 10, 6:00 pm–7:30 pm
- Words into Poetry Monthly, 3:00 pm–4:30 pm