PCFF participates in 2017 Library Summer Reading Program: Build A Better WorldJune 12, 2017
The Summer Reading Program, sponsored by the Rhode Island Office of Library and Information Services (OLIS), is a cooperative effort among libraries in Rhode Island to motivate children and teens to read for pleasure and to help them maintain their reading skills during the summer months. The Providence Children’s Film Festival joins an amazing roster or storytellers, performers and organizations participating in the 2017 Rhode Island summer reading program.
Teen Film Workshops: Build A Better World
More than watching movies. Film can be a source of inspiration and a creative tool to educate and effect change. Teen participants will learn about the language of film and work together to make a film project that shares their voices about how they might “build a better world”.
Participating Libraries + Schedule of Appearances:
Contact local library to sign up for workshops.
7/12/2017 – Wednesday, 02:30 PM William Hall Library
7/13/2017 – Thursday, 03:00 PM South Kingstown Public Library
7/17/2017 – Monday, 03:00 PM Harmony Library
7/18/2017 – Tuesday, 02:30 PM Cranston Public Library
7/18/2017 – Tuesday, 06:30 PM East Smithfield Public Library
7/20/2017 – Thursday, 06:00 PM Jamestown Philomenian Library
8/01/2017 – Tuesday, 06:00 PM Barrington Public Library
8/02/2017 – Wednesday, 06:00 PM Cumberland Public Library
8/08/2017 – Tuesday, 06:30 PM Rogers Free Library
8/10/2017 – Thursday, 06:00 PM Marian J. Mohr Library