All Ages

Submitted by tamason on Monday December 12, 2011

Submitted by tamason on Sunday November 27, 2011

Showtimes:

Friday & Saturday Night 7:00 pm

Saturday Matinee 1:00 pm Sunday Matinee 4:00 pm

More info. @ FACEBOOK NEWPORT CHILDREN'S THEARTRE

Submitted by tamason on Monday November 21, 2011

Providence Public Library's new Chace Children’s Discovery Library - The Story Starts Here will officially open with a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and celebration activities. 

Submitted by lmoulton on Thursday October 27, 2011

Join us for the final celebration of the Louisa May Alcott program series - at a Birthday Tea with Louisa herself!

Submitted by Anonymous on Tuesday October 04, 2011

Communities for People, a local child welfare and family service agency is hosting RI’s first ever awareness event for children and families interested in, or involved with RI’s child welfare and foster care system.  The

Submitted by lmoulton on Monday October 03, 2011

Family Storytelling Concert, featuring Rhode Island Black Storytellers (RIBS) and invited guests.

2:30 - 4 pm (in Auditorium, 3rd floor)

RI Black Storytellers (RIBS) presents it's 14th

Submitted by lmoulton on Monday October 03, 2011

Intergenerational Storytellling Workshop -- 1 - 2 pm

This year's workshop will be lead by nationally recognized storyteller Lyn Ford. Lyn is a fourth-generatio Afrilachian* storyteller. 

Submitted by Anonymous on Tuesday September 20, 2011

These walking tours celebrate the history of African Americans who lived on College Hill from 1701 to the present. Ray Rickman, a well known community leader, will lead a lively discussion and offer his perspective on the people and

Submitted by lmoulton on Friday September 16, 2011

Once again, Lincoln School has an exciting list of nationally acclaimed authors and illustrators planned for this annual festival!

Submitted by tamason on Friday September 02, 2011

In celebration of Louisa May Alcott, take a Walking Tour of Benefit Street to focus on 19th Century Women’s History with the Rhode Island Historical Society!

Louisa May Alcott left an indelible mark on the literary culture of her