Bring ‘Em Back Week! Providence Community Library February 17-21, 2015 Bring a can of food Your fines will be forgiven Just for one week. Bring back your overdue library materials plus a canned food item to pay for your library fines! Recommended: one can of food = $20 in library fines* All food will go […]
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The Providence Children’s Film Festival (PCFF) returns this February for its sixth exciting year, February 12 to 22, showcasing 18 feature films including both a USA and Rhode Island premiere, over 50 shorts from around the world and the 2nd Annual Youth Filmmaker Showcase. Coinciding with the February 2015 School Vacation, the Festival presents the […]
State’s Only Public Club Will Offer Instruction in Coding, App Building, Game Design and More Providence Community Library (PCL) will launch a Girls Who Code Club at its Rochambeau location on January 22. Led by Gryte Satas, a female instructor from Brown University’s Department of Computer Science, the Club will offer girls an opportunity to […]
MLK Concert Saturday, January 18 at 630pm to 8pm Location: Fleet Library located in the Mandle Building, 15 Westminster Street, Providence. Join the celebration, feel the spirit, and embrace the joy! Join RISD as they kickoff their 2014 MLK Celebration Series on Saturday, January 18 at 630pm to 8pm. The event includes music from the […]
As the temperatures drop, try your hand at making some nature-inspired sun catchers to decorate your windows. Using a tub, box of any kind, collect some nature bits, pop in tub and fill with water (which could also include food coloring if you wish). You can also include some string or yarn to be used […]
Are we the only New Englanders who are ready for some for some of the white stuff to fall? In lieu of the real thing, try making these fun, pasta snowflakes from Amy’s Sandblog. Paint pasta shapes white or with glitter and glue together to make snowflakes. They look lovely hung at a window!
Sunday, January 4 | 12:00 – 3:00 PM In celebration of the inauguration of Providence Mayor-elect Elorza, join a resource fair at Providence Children’s Museum to learn about and try activities with Providence-based arts/education nonprofit organizations, including the Children’s Museum, Manton Avenue Project, Partnership for Providence Parks, Providence Children’s Film Festival, Providence CityArts for Youth, […]
Seven Stars Bakery will donate 100 percent of their sales from their 3 locations to We Share Hope on January 2, 2015. WOW! Opened on January 2, 2001, Seven Stars Bakery is a family owned and operated business that started on Hope St. in Providence, and has grown to 3 locations (820 Hope St. & […]
Providence Community Library Deepens Its Commitment to Pre-K Education Ready For K!, a school readiness project created by Providence Community Library (PCL) and collaborative partners, is set to become a permanent program after it completes its pilot two-year run in 2015. PCL will expand the number of library locations offering Ready For K! from four […]
What is Developmental Screening? The first five years of your child’s life are the most important years for physical, emotional, and cognitive development. The more you know about their development, the more you can help them get the best possible start. It’s also important to be aware if there are any delays in development, because […]