Scituate Food Pantry
Hope Library is a donation center for the Scituate Food Pantry. Please bring in donations of non-perishable food items any time during library hours.
This page was last updated: April 19, 2019
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Association Membership - Library Friends
Stop by the library to join or renew your Association Membership and be eligible for gift basket give-aways!
Membership Drive begins April 1st.
Stop by the library for additional information, or click on Library Info on the navigation bar on the left side of this page.
***Please note the Association Membership is a means for people to be a 'supporter' of the library. Your membership dues help purchase books and support programs for all ages, and dues are tax deductible! ***
Help Support Hope Library
If you normally purchase items from Amazon.com you can help support Hope Library. Go to Smile.Amazon.com and sign in to your Amazon account - then select Hope Library as your charity. Or simply click on the link: https://smile.amazon.com/ch/05-0462627
Amazon will donate a small percentage of your purchase to the library. (No purchase or buyer information is given to the library.)
Please feel free to call the library with any questions.
374 North Road
Hope, RI 02831
Click on book title to reserve a copy, or for more information.
What Have They Done With Our Water?
A Talk with Great Concern for the Scituate Reservoir
April 25, 6:30 PM
Over a century ago, the residents from the now lost villages of Scituate had their way of life taken from them, for the greater good. Today, their lands are submerged beneath, or contained within the watershed of, a supply system which provides two-thirds of Rhode Island's population with clean water. Join filmmaker, professor and life-long resident of the state, Evan Villari, as he shares research for an upcoming documentary film on the true history of the Scituate Reservoir, while drawing contemporary parallels to issues related to water usage. Through a combination of image-based storytelling and personal narratives, this engagement promises to provide concerned citizens with transparent information.
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Stroke Awareness Program
Thursday, May 16th, 6:30 PM
Join Amanda Marzano, RN, for a brief video presentation with discussion to follow.
Learn about the warning signs for stroke: Know the Signs, Act in Time!
Brought to you through the Scituate Health Alliance.
Hope Library Annual Meeting / Open House
Tuesday, May 14, 7 PM
Join us for refreshments - meet the Board of Trustees, and peruse the Silent Auction items!