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 […]
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Anisa believes in the power of working together and loves to find ways to collaborate with others. An online enthusiast, still likes to unplug often by reading books and magazines, drawing, learning to knit, making pop-up books with her two sons and listening to records with her husband.
Family Fun on the Plaza! 2015 Kidoinfo Play in the Park and Storytime + Art in the Park: The Great Green Room!
Kidoinfo + Greater Kennedy Plaza present: Summer Family Fun on the Plaza in Burnside Park Tuesdays and Thursdays (July and August). FREE. All Ages. Now in its 6th year, Kidoinfo has partnered with Jen Smith of the Downtown Providence Parks Conservancy to create FREE weekly summer events, both fun and enriching, that attracts hundreds of […]
Saturday, June 20 from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM at Roger Williams Park Providence’s third annual Pop-Up Play Day takes place at Roger Williams Park (between the carousel and boathouse) on Saturday, June 20, presented by the Partnership for Providence Parks, Providence Children’s Museum, the City of Providence, East Side/Mt. Hope YMCA and other partners. […]
We are big fans of the Devan and Brandon, creators of PVD Polaroid Project, and love their passion for and knowledge of analog film. My family spent a lot of time last summer hanging out at their pop-up gallery space on Westminster Street as well as roaming the city taking photos using the free polaroid camera […]
New Rhode Island PBS Production Premieres in June Teachers, librarians, and children’s book enthusiasts of all ages poured into Rhode Island PBS studios recently to be part of the live studio audience for the taping of Author’s Studio, a new Rhode Island PBS production featuring conversations with visiting writers. The special guest in the episode, […]
6 Reasons to Bring Your Kids to the Providence International Arts Festival With 15 stages of entertainment, 6 outdoor bars, 18 participating venues, and the party going well into the wee hours of Saturday, June 13, there is no shortage of reasons for parents (without their kids) to celebrate at the Providence International Arts Festival. […]
Our friends at Farm Fresh Rhode Island are excited to announce the opening of many farmers markets across the state this weekend! Shopping at the farmers market is the easiest way to eat local goods and support local farmers. I know that my family and I are looking forward to strolling over to Lippitt park […]
Summer PlayCorps Oppurtinities PlayCorpsThe Partnership for Providence Parks is teaming up with the City of Providence’s Department of Parks + Recreation and Healthy Communities Office and Providence Children’s Museum for a second exciting summer of play in Providence parks. The Partnership is seeking energetic summer PlayCorps Leaders and Interns to facilitate and support creative and […]
We are partnering with Providence Children’s Museum—one of our favorite go-to spots for play and discovery—this weekend, to provide kids an opportunity to explore electricity. Kids can make simple circuits, test conductors and use citrus to create electricity. How cool is that!? The Details: Electricity Exploration Saturday, May 16 & Sunday, May 17 from 11:00 […]
I have been a big fan of StoryCorps since it began 10 years ago with their mission to provide people of all backgrounds and beliefs with the opportunity to record, share and preserve the stories of our lives. Reminding us of our shared humanity, to strengthen and build the connections between people, to teach the […]