Submitted by lmoulton on Thursday August 16, 2012

Join us for Living Literature’s new Holiday Show:  The Greatest Gift by Phillip Van Dorn Stern, the short story that inspired the classic film, It’s a Wonderful Life.

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday May 16, 2012


Mat’s interactive magic and spontaneous comedy has a powerful underlying message that e

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday May 16, 2012

Bjorn the Magician — Magic Show (Children)

Non-stop comedy magic aimed at all ages.

Watch for the

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday May 16, 2012

Christopher Johnson — Poetry Workshop (10 & Up)

Award winning Poet/Spoken Word Artist Christopher Johnson will be showcasing his self affirming, motivational style of performance and words focused on “Taking Back the Night.”

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday May 16, 2012

Burt the Raccoon — Puppet Show (Children)

Burt explains life in the forest through puppetry, storytelling, American Sign Language and incredible tree impersonations! Don’t miss your chance to “shake hands” with a real raccoon puppet!

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday May 02, 2012

Summer Reading Kick-off

Registration  10:00 am

The Rhythm Room Performance  10:30 - 11:30 am


Exploring the World of Music & Rhythm through

Submitted by Anonymous on Thursday April 19, 2012

Please join us for the Rhode Island League of Charter School’s 6th Annual Charter Public School Showcase at the Rhode Island State House (State Room – 2nd floor)!

The Showcase will bring elected government officials together

Submitted by Anonymous on Tuesday April 10, 2012

TEDx Moses Brown School is shaped by the theme Lives that Speak a reference to George Fox, the

Submitted by Anonymous on Monday March 12, 2012

Eighteenth and 21st centuries meet at the John Brown House Museum when RIHS Director of Collections Kirsten Hammerstrom and Registrar Dana Signe Munroe get the museum ready for spring in the 18th century manner.

Submitted by lmoulton on Tuesday March 06, 2012

An interactive family program with Wampanoag Storyteller, Annawon Weeden.  Listen to stories, learn songs and dances from