The May matinee film series on Cary Grant hosted by librarian Doug Swiszcz concludes today at 2 pm in the Barrington library auditorium. Grant stars with Eva Marie Saint in “,” a 1959 Alfred Hitchcock-directed romantic comedy-thriller that casts Grant as a Manhattan ad executive pursued by enemy spies who think he is a CIA agent.
Bring your lunch and your questions on to the East Bay Chamber of Commerce, 16 Cutler St., Warren, every other Wednesday starting at noon with Heather Satterley, an intuit advanced certified advisor.
A runs at Haines Memorial State Park on the Barrington/East Providence line from 2 to 6 pm.
Join with fellow knitters at the weekly 10 am session at the Barrington Senior Center in the lower level of the library building.
The operated by the Barrington Preservation Society is open from 11 am to 3 pm for exhibit viewing and oral histories.