In our tradition of collecting items for the Cranston Food Pantry, we have cast our nets under the lecturn and are collecting cans of tuna. We hope you will help us fill our nets to overflowing.
Cranston Public Library Presents Summer Reading Program at Ascension
For the past few summers we have had the joy of hosting the Auburn Branch of the Cranston Public Library for their Summer Reading Program. On some Tuesdays in July and August at 2:30 the library will bring fun and engaging children’s programs for children ages 5 and older to Geisser Hall as a part of this enrichment program. Call the library to register. The programs are as follows:
·July 1, Dave Marchetti Animal Experience
·July 8 Yunus and Habibah Quddus
·August 5th Darren Yong
·August 12 Hampstead Stage: Alice and Wonderland
SUMMER CAMP AT ECC
All young people from second grade through 2014 high school graduates are invited to spend a week or two during the summer at the Episcopal Conference Center, a place where fellowship, friendship and fun are the rules of the day. The motto of the conference center sums it up for kids who attend: "Those who enter here are strangers but once." Most people who have spent time at ECC call it a second home. Brochures for this year's programs are available at the entrance to the church and also on line. Camperships are available to help defray the cost.