January 31, 2023
Education & Wellness
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Please join the Friends of the Palmer River, led by our resident geologist/biologist Rob "Otter" Brown, who is guaranteed to engage us all in a riveting animal tracking event. Date: Tuesday, … more
As part of Newman Congregational Church, United Church of Christ’s ongoing commitment to education and dialogue on structural racism and white supremacy, we invite the wider community to … more
Hello Families, The East Providence Local Advisory Committee For Special Education (EPLAC) welcomes all to attend the January 2023 meeting to be held on Wednesday January 25th at 6:00 pm in the Martin Middle School Library. 111 Brown St. … more
Smithfield, RI – Audubon summer camps engage children in nature - all summer long. Kids get outside exploring fields, forests, ponds, streams, and the coast of Narragansett Bay. Campers enjoy … more
Providence, RI: Trinity Rep’s 12th annual Write Here! Write Now! playwriting competition for New England high school students is now accepting submissions. Write Here! Write Now! invites … more
Recurring - Saturdays, 10 am to 12:30 Join us at our ongoing Farmers Market in our historic Barn with vendors of produce, baked goods, fish, cocktails and ethnic foods, along with artisans and more. … more
January 10, 2023- East Bay Community Action Program's Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program will once again have certified IRS tax preparers available to provide free income tax preparation … more
On Friday January 6th, 11 members of the East Providence Youth Council (EPYC) became the inaugural support group for EPYC’s nationally recognized chapter for The Bandana Project. The East … more
(January 3, 2022) – Bundle up and trek out with an Audubon guide to search for owls under the stars, learn how to create charming felted owls, check out the winter trails on snowshoes, or bring … more
The East Providence Local Advisory Committee for Special Education (EPLAC) welcomes all to attend the January 2023 meeting to be held on Wednesday, January 25h at 6:00 pm at the Martin Middle School … more
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