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100+ Things To Do with Kids in Rhode Island

100+ Things To Do with Kids in Rhode Island

[ 65 ] August 25, 2017 |

Consider 100 things to do with kids in Rhode Island, Kidoinfo’s Bucket List, filled with things to do with your children before they grow up! Fun, food, culture, and history all unique to our area: these are things we believe every young Rhode Islander should see and do.

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2014 Halloween Happenings for Little Kids

2014 Halloween Happenings for Little Kids

[ 1 ] September 28, 2011 |

Here’s our list of local events that are not about being scary and eating candy. Instead, these events are all about costumes, pumpkins, parades, friends, and fun! Please call to confirm all events before heading out since they are subject to change depending on attendance, weather, etc. For more events (more seem to be added […]

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Come Party at the Steel Yard this Saturday, October 16th! And bring the kids!

Come Party at the Steel Yard this Saturday, October 16th! And bring the kids!

[ 0 ] October 15, 2010 |

An invitation from the Steel Yard: Psssst…East Side parents. Yeah, you. Lean in. OK. Heard of the Steel Yard, that West Side arts mecca, but never, um, actually been? Wanted to go to a cool Steel Yard event, like the Iron Pour, or take an awesome industrial arts class, like welding, but couldn’t find the […]

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Overview: Broadband Rhode Island

Overview: Broadband Rhode Island

[ 0 ] October 13, 2010 |

Rhode Island recently received $4.52 million in stimulus funds as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to bolster use of broadband (high-speed Internet) across all aspects of our lives. Using these funds, the newly-launched Broadband Rhode Island initiative will help strengthen digital literacy and increase broadband usage across the state. An important part […]

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BrightStars: Raising the Quality of Child Care in Rhode Island

BrightStars: Raising the Quality of Child Care in Rhode Island

[ 0 ] October 5, 2010 |

The early years are important for a child’s brain development and can affect how they continue to learn later on in life. That makes choosing a quality child care and early learning program very important. Finding consistent, quality child care that meets a family’s individual needs can be one of the most challenging aspects of […]

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Let your children experience the art of Lynda Benglis

Let your children experience the art of Lynda Benglis

[ 0 ] October 3, 2010 |

American sculptor Lynda Benglis (born in 1941) has defied prevailing views on the nature and function of art for more than 40 years. The new exhibition Lynda Benglis at the RISD Museum is composed of more than 50 works that represent the breadth of her remarkable output, dating from the 1960s through today. The RISD […]

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Meet Jen Dronzak

Meet Jen Dronzak

[ 0 ] September 21, 2010 |

Today Marcia Maynard interviews Jen Dronzak, co-owner of Learn All About It Toys and the mother of two children. Marcia: Tell us about your decision to start a toy shop with your husband? Jen: Before we started our store, we shopped at specialty toy shops for kids’ toys. Jeff has a background in business and […]

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Bright Night Providence Works it’s Magic!

Bright Night Providence Works it’s Magic!

[ 25 ] December 18, 2009 |

Kidoinfo is giving away 4 family fourpacks to attend this year’s Bright Night celebration. See details below to enter. The artist-run, family-friendly New Year’s Eve festival Bright Night promises to be a most magical evening. It’s not that Harry Potter will be running around town or that that a unicorn will appear, complete with magical horn. […]

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J is For Jalapeno

J is For Jalapeno

[ 0 ] December 18, 2009 |

Vegetables from A to Z By Hannah Marcotti I was inspired by my amazing farmer’s market finds to write this recipe using a lovely jalapeno and other fresh, beautiful vegetables. We are lucky to have access to multiple winter markets in Rhode Island. I brought $100 to the market and I bought ground lamb, stew […]

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September 11: National Day of Service and Remembrance

September 11: National Day of Service and Remembrance

[ 0 ] September 10, 2009 |

Take a moment to do something good in your community. Barack Obama has made 9/11 officially a National Day of Service and Remembrance. It is heartwarming to know out of sad times and hardship there is the possibility for healing, growth and new beginnings. Seize this opportunity to help someone in need, make a positive […]

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