Don’t know about you but I have all the best intentions to have my kids help out more in the kitchen. When dinner time actually comes around, we often run out of time and energy and the scene is rather like that of Swedish Chef from The Muppets! I really do want my kids to know where […]
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Rhode Island Festival of Children’s Books and Authors at Lincoln School and at the Central Falls Library: October 18, 2014
Rhode Island may be the smallest state, but it boasts one of the best book festivals in the nation. Thousands of people come to the Book Festival each year to meet acclaimed authors and illustrators from all corners of the country. These authors and illustrators will travel to Providence this October for the opportunity to […]
Whole Kids Foundation supports schools and inspires families to improve children’s nutrition and wellness. Founded by Whole Foods Market and guided by the same values and principles believes given the right opportunities, kids will get excited about fresh fruits, vegetables, whole grains and other nutritious whole foods. What They Do: Provide schools with salad bars […]
(ERB) is hosting a big ‘Get Pumped for PRONK!’ family and kids event on Sunday, September 14th.
Celebrate New Mural for Woonasquatucket Greenway Bike Path and Partnership between The Avenue Concept and Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council (WRWC).
The Watershed Mural is a tribute to the newly installed Woonasquatucket River Bike Path in Olneyville behind the Rising Sun Mills on Valley Street and Delaine. The Avenue Concept’s resident artist, Nick Guilbert took on this 70 ft x 20 ft wall with impressive artistic skill.Â The Watershed Mural showcases local foliage and wildlife, while […]
Spaces available for 306 children in 8 Rhode Island communities The 2014 — 2015 State Pre-kindergarten Lottery application is now available for families to apply online or download from the Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) website. RIDE is adding two sites this fall to the 2014-15 Rhode Island Pre-kindergarten Program, bringing the total number […]
By Megan Fischer, Director of Communications, Providence Children’s Museum For a third summer, Providence Children’s Museum is bringing playful hands-on activities to neighborhood parks across the city, building on its efforts to advocate for and raise awareness of the critical importance of children’s play, and its commitment to provide play opportunities throughout the community. Families […]
he Department of Parks + Recreation serves free nutritious meals to all kids and teens, ages 18 and under, through the summer meals program to ensure that children have access to healthy foods when school is out. The federal program, administered by the Department of Parks + Recreation in conjunction with the Rhode Island Department […]
Now in its 5th year, Kidoinfo has partnered with the Jen Smith of Greater Kennedy Plaza (a project of the Downtown Providence Parks Conservancy) to create FREE weekly summer events, both fun and enriching, that attracts hundreds of families to downtown Providence. Launched in 2012, “Art in the Park” was designed in collaboration with Jen […]
Five pools and 11 water parks open for the season.