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Wednesday, February 21

Warwick Center for the Arts School Vacation Art Camp

9:00 AM
Young creatives can have fun and learn at the same time in our February Art Camp with a variety of courses offered, such as Masters Around the World, Drawing Comic Book Covers, and much more! Our small size and nurturing environment enables us to …

Thursday, February 22

Warwick Center for the Arts School Vacation Art Camp

9:00 AM
Young creatives can have fun and learn at the same time in our February Art Camp with a variety of courses offered, such as Masters Around the World, Drawing Comic Book Covers, and much more! Our small size and nurturing environment enables us to …

The American Revolution Lecture Series, Part I

6:30 PM
Professor Stanley Carpenter returns with a 4-part lecture series on the American Revolution. Part I - The American Revolution: Causes and Context, 1763-1775--February 22, 2024. The first lecture in the series covers the precipitants to the outbreak …

Friday, February 23

Warwick Center for the Arts School Vacation Art Camp

9:00 AM
Young creatives can have fun and learn at the same time in our February Art Camp with a variety of courses offered, such as Masters Around the World, Drawing Comic Book Covers, and much more! Our small size and nurturing environment enables us to …

Saturday, February 24

PBT's Winter Wonderland Workshop

9:30 AM
Come warm-up from the cold with a movement class and take home craft! For ages 3-6 and no experience necessary. Join us in Providence (9:30-11:00) or in East Greenwich (1:00-2:30). Email info@providenceballet.com to register.

PBT's Winter Wonderland Workshop

1:00 PM
Come warm-up from the cold with a movement class and take home craft! For ages 3-6 and no experience necessary. Join us in Providence (9:30-11:00) or in East Greenwich (1:00-2:30). Email info@providenceballet.com to register.

Thursday, February 29

The American Revolution Lecture Series, Part II

6:30 PM
The Kingston Free Library welcomes Prof. Stanley Carpenter back for a 4-part series on the American Revolution. Part II - The Great Riot, 1775-1776—February 29. The second lecture in the series covers the outbreak of armed insurrection in …

Wednesday, March 6

Lecture: Discovering the Frank Brothers, Freeborn Men of Color, Soldiers of Independence

6:30 PM
On Wednesday March 6, 2024, the Newport Historical Society, in partnership with the Battle of Rhode Island Association, will host the talk Discovering the Frank Brothers, Freeborn Men of Color, Soldiers of Independence with Dr. Shirley Green. …

Thursday, March 7

Cookies & Cocktails

5:30 PM
This very special evening features chefs from some of your favorite local restaurants including Res American Bistro, Siena, Bettola, The Boathouse, Barnaby's Public House, Coast Guard House, Waterman Grille, and Wright's Dairy Farm. They will …

Monday, March 11

Pirates & Pirate Hunters

6:00 PM
Friends of Pomham Rocks Lighthouse is hosting a presentation by Luca Rebussini on the history of pirates and pirate hunters in the waters of Rhode Island. The discussion will take place on Monday, March 11 in the program room at Weaver Library, 41 …

Thursday, March 21

“Hope Deferred”: George T. Downing and the Nineteenth Century Civil Rights Movement

6:30 PM
On Thursday March 21, 2024 at 6:30pm, Rhode Island historians Erik Chaput and Russell DeSimone will discuss the life and career of one of the most important civil rights activists of the 19th century – George T. Downing (1819-1903). Although …

Thursday, April 18

Richard Morris Hunt: Before The Breakers

6:30 PM
Richard Morris Hunt is best known for his grand Beaux Arts mansions like Marble House and The Breakers. However, some of his most interesting work took place before 1875 – just as the Gilded Age was taking off. On Thursday April 18, 2024 at …

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