New Adult Books for the Winter


Book Discussion


The Paris Secret

 by Natasha Lester

February 8th at 7pm EST

A story of World War II tied up in designer gowns, The Paris Secret is all but guaranteed to make a reader cry. Moving swiftly between decades, it covers the story of two sisters in the war efforts, the work of a designer nearly ten years later, and the rapidly unraveling discoveries of an Australian fashion conservator in the present day.

Tech Services


Tech Help Office Hours

Wednesdays and Fridays from 11:30am to 12:30pm

Drop in with your device and tech questions. Get help with eReaders, Libby, email, social media, software, cameras, and more.


eZone and Libby

Get eBooks on your app-equipped devices

The Ocean State Libraries eZone offers many great titles as e-books or downloadable audiobooks. To get yourself set up, come in for Tech Help Office Hours.



Get your family photos into a digital format with the use of a high quality scanner. Make digital versions of all your photos, slides, and negatives.


Call or stop by to set up some time in our Curation Corner.


VHS to DVD Converter

Use our VHS to DVD converter to digitize your home movies.


Call or stop by to set up a time to use our Curation Corner.

Family Search


The Clark Memorial Library has access to the full version of Family Search via our computers. Sign up for a free account at Family Search, and when connected to our internet, you may access additional paid features.


Stop by the desk or visit the Curation Corner for more details.

Curation Corner


Use our VHS to DVD converter to get your VHS home movies on DVD for easy viewing and sharing. Bring in your VHS tapes and a blank DVD (or buy one from the library for $1) and make your family story digital!


Use our scanner to make digital photos out of old photos, slides, and negatives. You can also scan  documents to create a full collection of your family history. Please bring a CD or removable drive to store your scanned items for home use.

Book Discussion

Image by Tom Hermans

Clark Memorial Library’s book discussion group meets the second Tuesday of every month. Books are held at the desk for participants, so stop by and see what we’re reading!