Visit the Redwood to see "The Variable Line: Master Drawings from Renaissance to Contemporary," on view through March 5, 2017 in the Van Alen Gallery. Organized by the Redwood Library, the sole U.S.

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Have the winter blues? Time for some pleasure reading! Stop by the Redwood Library Semi -Annual Book Sale to pick up a few new titles for those chilly winter days. For two days only, Friday, February 10th and Saturday February 11th , come peruse our tables of books including a wide range of early and mid-twentieth century fiction titles at amazing prices. 

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Have the winter blues? Time for some pleasure reading!

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Friday, February 24, 2017 - 9:30am to Saturday, February 25, 2017 - 4:00pm
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Cover of Antiques and Fine Arts Magazine, Winter 2016 issue

Keep an eye out for the Winter issue of Antiques and Fine Arts Magazine. Inside this lovely publication is an article written by architectural historian John Tschirch titled "A Classic Revisited: The Redwood Library in Newport, Rhode Island".

 

Read more about the nation's oldest library Here

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Keep an eye out for the Winter issue of Antiques and Fine Arts Magazine. Inside this lovely publication is an article written by architectural historian John Tschirch titled "A Classic Revisited: The Redwood Library in Newport, Rhode Island". 

Read more about the nations oldest library Here

The Redwood Book Club will meet on Saturday, January 28 at 10:30 am to discuss part two of Homer's Iliad. All are welcome. Free. 

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Saturday, January 28, 2017 - 10:30am to 11:30am
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The Blue Garden: Recapturing an Iconic Newport Landscape, a newly published volume detailing the history and fascinating recreation of this historic garden. See photographer Carlo A. Balistrieri's recent review of this beautifully produced volume here. 

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To celebrate our upcoming holiday weekend, and in order to reflect on the meaning and cost of American independence, we have chosen to feature some stanzas from “A Poem, on the Fourth of July, 1798” by John Miller Russell.

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