Tuesday: Narragansetts and the Digital Age at Weaver

A look a what's going on in the city today, July 26.

1. You might see some showers early and some thunderstorms late, on a day with termperatures expected to reach about 81 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.

2. Loren Spears, director of the Tomaquag Indian Memorial Museum, will be hosting on the culture of the Narragansett people today at Weaver Library. There will also be a screening of "How Birds Got Their Song," featured in the Providence Film Festival.

3. A whole slew of activities are being offered at the senior activity center today including , , , and much more.

4. Get technical with the at the Weaver Library. The format is a drop-in session, so get all of those burning questions answered!

5. And on this day in 1775, Benjamin Franklin and America’s Founding Fathers established the first U.S. post office, according to history.com. Ironically, today the U.S. postal service is targeting thousands of postal branches for possible closure.


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