Your Woonsocket Public Library can do this?!

(Last Updated On: January 1, 2019)

Looking for some fun, FREE options in Rhode Island? The Woonsocket Public Library has you covered! The Woonsocket Public Library offers discounted admissions as well as FREE passes to some of New England’s best museums and attractions! What’s more, the library also has lots of fun, FREE events that the whole family can enjoy. Read on below to discover everything the Woonsocket Public Library has to offer!

Get amazing discounts and FREE passes to museums, zoos, and other attractions with your Woonsocket Public Library card!

Thanks to a generous gift from the Friends of the Woonsocket Public Library, members get access to several passes to fantastic area attractions. While members can’t reserve passes ahead of time, you are invited to call the library at 769-9044 before you come to pick up a pass to confirm it is available that day.

The Mystic Aquarium in Mystic, Connecticut is one of New England’s favorite aquatic adventures. The aquarium has tons of exhibits including rare sea lions. The Mystic Aquarium is probably best known for having the largest outdoor beluga whale exhibit in America. You can get $5 off admission with a pass from the Woonsocket Public Library.

The Roger Williams Park Zoo is probably Rhode Island’s favorite animal attraction. The Zoo isn’t known just for its great selection of animal exhibits. It also offers large green spaces that the public can enjoy. The pass is valid from March 1 through December 31. With your library card, you can get a $3 discount on up to four tickets to the Zoo. Children age one and younger always receive free admission.

The Salem Witch Museum examines the Salem Witch Trials of 1692. The museum explores the dark time in New England history through live-action stage productions. The experience is true to history and based on actual trial documents. With your Woonsocket Public Library card, you can get discount admission for up to 6 people. Discounted tickets are $9 for adults as well as $6.75 for children. The pass is not available on Saturdays or Sundays in October, as well as on Halloween.

Borrow children’s puppets and toys for FREE at the Woonsocket Public Library!

The library has lots to offer families with small children. In addition to the enormous selection of children’s books, videos, and audiocassettes, the Woonsocket Public Library also lends out a selection of juvenile puppets as well as toys. Each family may check out up to three puppets or toys. You must return the items to the library within seven days. Toys and puppets may be renewed for an additional week as long as another library member doesn’t have a hold on them.

Enjoy FREE events and activities for the whole family at the Woonsocket Public Library!

Looking for something fun to do that won’t bust your budget? The Woonsocket Public Library usually has events every day of the week other than Sunday. From kids to seniors, there is an event that is perfect for every age group. You can check out all of the events at the library through their online event calendar.

You can burn some calories and make new friends every Monday night at 6 pm at Zumba. Every Monday, the library invites adults to an hour of dance and exercise with Zumba class at the library. The class is open for all experience levels.

Your teens can crawl dungeons and slay beasts at Dungeons and Dragons Club. The library invites teens to take part in tabletop role-playing games every Tuesday afternoon at 3 pm. Middle and high school students interested in playing can contact game master Ed Fuqua at 401-767-4132 for more information.

Have you read a good book lately? The Woonsocket Public Library Book Club can help with that! Meet with the book club each month on the third Wednesday at 7 pm to discuss the book of the month.

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