Join us today as we meet one of my favorite local Moms, Jamie Glowacki, an energetic, acrobatic, entrepreneur who happens to be a potty-training ninja! I first met Jamie when she opened up a kid consignment shop years ago in Hope Artiste Village before moving the shop to Hope Street and then selling the business […]
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How cool is this? Providence Children’s Museum is part of Unicorns in Residence: Providence, an imaginative, interactive art experience taking place across the city this spring and summer. Designed by New York artist Camomile Hixon and curated by Helene Miller, the project invites families to join a search for a missing unicorn and spot the […]
As a partner in the Unicorns in Residence: Providence, a citywide interactive art experience kicking off this month, Providence Public Library formally welcomes the unicorns that will comprise THE UNICORN STAMPEDE. Unicorns in Residence: Providence is a collaboration seeded in Providence’s public parks by the Partnership for Providence Parks, and made possible by the Department […]
Got a surplus of coats cluttering up your closet? Don’t miss the 7th annual “Coats for Coffee” drive, happening October 20-26. Bring gently-used outerwear to any Seven Stars Bakery or Courtesy Cleaners throughout the state and you’ll receive a voucher for a free cup of coffee. Better yet, if you donate on the first day […]
A vibrant roster of music and activities spill onto Hope Street on the East Side of Providence on May 31st from Noon – 6pm.
The 5th Annual Providence Childrenâ€™s Film Festival (PCFF) will take place from February 13 to 23, coinciding with the February 2014 School Vacation.
My boys to put together this list of Halloween themed-movies a couple of years ago selecting films beyond the obvious classics; Halloween Films for Kids: From the not-so-spooky to the all-out-creepy! Not all of their picks are about Halloween but chosen because they are either scary, have a scene with Halloween within, or have a […]
Celebrate the end of summer and the arrival of fall with an outdoor movie screening and launching of candlelit ice boats onto Mashapaug Pond.
New online poetry journal raises money for RI Food Bank and Share Our Strength Word Soup, a new online poetry journal founded by Rhode Island poet Kim Baker, is accepting submissions now through August 1 for its premier issue, due out in September 2013. Poets may send three to five poems per submission. A reading […]
Kids Reading Across Rhode Island, the â€˜one book, one stateâ€™ initiative for students in grades 4-6, kicks off its 4th year with Inside Out & Back Again by Thanhha Lai.