The Arlington Reading Room is the smallest branch of the Cranston Public Library system, occupying a compact space on…More the first floor of the same building as Cranston Adult Day Services.
This library is heavily used by seniors and children. Although the size of the collection is limited due to space, books at other libraries can be delivered to the Arlington Reading Room speedily. The entire library system is fingertips away at this cozy branch.
The Knightsville Branch was once a storefront before it moved to its permanent home on Cranston Street in 1958. The…More library itself first opened in 1927.
This small library has all the basics covered and offers a surprising amount of depth in certain collections. The librarians recommend people with serious research needs head to the Central Library since the reference section at the Knightville branch is limited in size.
Like all the local branches in the Cranston library system, the Knightsville branch caters to the local neighborhood and has computers, Internet service, a children's section, movies and music.
Auburn Library 396 Pontiac Ave, Cranston, RI02910 Located on Pontiac Avenue, the Auburn Library was founded in 1888 and was known as the Auburn Reading Room Association.…More It once served six neighborhood locations before it was relocated to its permanent spot on Pontiac Avenue. This cozy library boasts a sizable reference and music selection, as well as an expansive children's room. A unique service offered by the Auburn Library is a books-at-home service for the elderly and other Cranston residents who have trouble leaving the house.