Dads Making A Difference The Dads Making a Difference program is designed for fathers and male role models in a child’s life. The mission of Dads Making a Difference is to provide resources to help ensure that fathers and significant men involved in the life of a child are having a positive impact on their [...]
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Kidoinfo is a proud sponsor of this event and we believe in the valuable mission of this organization! – Anisa Event proceeds to benefit youth development program for preteen girls Girls on the Run Rhode Island, a non-profit program that encourages healthy lifestyles among preteen girls, will hold a 10k, 5k, and family fun run [...]
Join the fun starting May 15th! Barrington Books is hosting three blockbuster author events in honor of CHILDREN’S BOOK WEEK, 2013.
Providence’s first Pop-Up Play Day takes place at India Point Park on Saturday, May 11 from 12 to 5 PM, presented by the Partnership for Providence Parks, Providence Children’s Museum, the City of Providence, Kidoinfo and other partners. The event is a free public celebration of child-directed free play that kicks off Playful Providence 2013 [...]
I am not a statistic. I should be one. I should be caught in the cycle of poverty, addiction and crime. Growing up I had an incarcerated father who struggled with alcoholism. I was raised by a single mother who became victim to the power of prescription pills. I felt voiceless. I felt alone and [...]
It’s about more than just books when you visit a Story Time at the Providence Public Library! Anne Kilkenny, the Library’s Early Childhood Services Coordinator and Children’s Librarian uses her 15 years of preschool and education experience along with a love for books to create an interactive early literacy environment.
Maybe it’s our close proximity to the prestigious art school Rhode Island School of Design, or perhaps it’s because our towns are situated on their own little corner of the “sparkling sea”—but the East Bay of Rhode Island is a mecca for children’s books authors and illustrators. One jewel among working artists in our community [...]
Realizing that a home birthday party for third grade boys was a horrible idea destined to end in wrestling and flying plasticware, I insisted my son have his ninth birthday party elsewhere. He decided quickly—roller skating and laser tag at United Skates of America (USA) in Rumford. I confess that it wasn’t my first choice, but he made a great selection.
While Kidoinfo is away at TIFF Kids, check the events calendar for things to do and check the Kidoinfo archives full of crafty ideas, recipes, book reviews, fun activities and more!