Cool off from the August heat with refreshing summer events for children, teens, and adults at Warwick Public Library.
Families can take a break with Tuesday night programs at 7. On Aug. 2 they can munch popcorn and enjoy short films based on children’s books. Take a storytelling trip around the world on Aug. 9 and explore Indian culture and dance on Aug. 16.
Teens can take a dip into the Sony Music catalog and download free music from the Freegal Music library. Thos with a Warwick Library card can browse more than 100 music categories, listen to music clips, and download three free songs per week.
On Aug. 3 at 7 p.m. adults can chill out to a talk by Warwick author Dr. Tim Warren about his expedition to the top of Mount Everest.
A true crime series heats up Thursday nights at 7. The series starts Aug. 4 with true crime stories and continues on Aug. 11 when a former Providence Journal reporter talks about writing about crime. On Aug. 18 a crime film will be shown and on Aug. 25 a Warwick police detective and a crime scene investigator will talk about collecting evidence.
Film scholar Nick Forster will present the steamy crime thriller “Thieves’ Highway” (1949), starring Richard Conte and Lee J. Cobb, on Tuesday, Aug. 23 at 7 p.m.
Some programs require registration. For more information, visit the Library’s website at warwicklibrary.org or call (401) 739-5440.