From Cow School to Make & Mend, visitors can participate in the life of the farm. Coggeshall Farm Museum is pulling the veil off 18th century life this summer with a series of daily demonstrations and activities to engage visitors of all ages and interests. This living history farm in Bristol, Rhode Island portrays the […]
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Welcome Summer! Edible Rhody KIDS is created in collaboration with Edible Rhody magazine. This seasons’ topic, “Ice Pops”, celebrates one of our favorite summer treats by sharing the origin story along withall natural yummy options that do not contain chemically-colored fruit flavored pops! Check out the ER summer issue online or available at local newsstands […]
The 7th annual Rhode Island Mini Maker Faire will be happening during Foo Fest on Saturday, August 8, 2015 from 1pm to 8pm! The Rhode Island Mini Maker Faire is an awesome event for kids of ALL ages celebrating New Englanders’ do-it-yourself ingenuity and innovation. Great place to explore and connect with a cool community […]
Families can get their free passports at Providence Public Library and Providence Community Libraries Providence Public Library and its partners in adventure and learning are pleased to announce the Passport To Adventure, a new collaborative venture available to Rhode Island families for use this summer. The 2015 Passport To Adventure showcases fun and enriching summer […]
The Ukuleles for Peace group, a coexistence project between Israeli Jews and Arabs, will be performing one show in Rhode Island on July 12th as they tour New England and then fly out to Hawaii! This musical group was founded eleven years ago by Paul Moore while living in Israel. I heard about this project […]
Brown welcomes the community to campus! Summer Movie Nights at Brown University Presented with Kidoinfo. Free. Open to the public. Join Brown University and Kidoinfo for free, family-friendly movies outdoors. You bring a blanket to sit on, Brown will provide the popcorn and other treats! Ghostbusters: Wednesday, July 15, at 8:30 pm (postponed) Willy Wonka […]
There are so many great fireworks events going on in our local area to celebrate the Fourth of July. One idea is to choose a central spot such as Cranston or Warwick and enjoy displays from multiple locations all at the same time without parking and traffic worries. Check out the listings below for free family-friendly […]
Most know Margaret Wise Brown as author of the preeminent book about going to sleep, Goodnight Moon. There are, however, many other reasons to celebrate Margaret Wise Brown or ‘Brownie,’ as her friends and family referred to her… Early on, she worked as a teacher in the Bank Street School where she learned to play […]
Kids Who Take Part in PCL’s Summer Reading Program Will Exchange Letters, Emails and Gifts With Children at the Kitengesa Community Library in Uganda This year’s Summer Reading Program has the theme “Every Hero Has a Story” and young readers at Providence Community Library (PCL) will get a chance to be real live heroes by […]
The Rhode Island Center for the Book at The Rhode Island Council for the Humanities honored the 2015 Letters About Literature award recipients at William Hall Library in Cranston on Wednesday, June 10th, 2015. Close to 50,000 young readers from across the country participated in the national contest sponsored by the Center for the Book […]