Activities This Week

August 16, 2021

Final Edition

This is the final edition of Activities this Week. Activities available for the remainder of the summer can be found on the websites provided below. Enjoy the rest of the summer and we'll see you in school!

Back To School

There are a few weeks of summer left before the new school year begins. The 2021-2022 school calendar is available for download on the district website here:

School Info

Information for all of Smithfield's schools can be found on the district website. Each school has its own website with school-specific information. To find out more about your school, visit: and select your school from the "Schools" drop-down menu.

Smithfield's Scenic Walking Trails

There's still time to explore the SEVEN scenic walking trails right here in Smithfield. For maps and other information, go to:

Library Events

Ongoing events for the East Smithfield Library can be found on their events page here:

Library Events:

Events taking place through the Greenville Library can be found at this link:

Statewide Library Activities

Looking for adventure outside of Smithfield? Use the link below to view events being offered this week at libraries around the state.

State Calendar:

Parent and Child Resources

The following resources are available to all school-age children and families in RI.

Kids' Link RI

Kids’ Link RI™ is a behavioral health triage service and referral network. A program offered in collaboration with Gateway Healthcare, Lifespan, Hasbro Children's Hospital and Bradley Hospital, Kids’ Link RI is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to help triage children and youth in need of mental health services and refer them to treatment providers.​

The free, confidential phone line, 1-855-543-5465, connects parents and caregivers to an experienced clinician that can help them access children’s services in Rhode Island, and determine the best place to go for treatment and counseling.

Contact Kids’ Link RI™ if your child is:

  • Feeling excessive anger or sadness.
  • Lashing out at siblings, friends, and adults.
  • Having behavior problems at school.
  • Having severe worries.
  • Hurting himself/herself or others.

Additional information can be found on the website:

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Bradley Access Center

The Access Center at Bradley Hospital fields hundreds of calls per week from physicians, parents, schools and community providers.

Clinicians are specially trained to perform evaluations for children and adolescents in need of inpatient, outpatient, or partial hospitalization and will direct each child to the most appropriate and effective services for his or her needs.

The Access Center is not open on weekends. Patients in need of emergency services during those hours should be referred to their local hospital emergency room.

For assistance, please call:

Bradley Hospital - KIDS' LINK RI

Hasbro Children's Hospital