Event/Performance

Submitted by Anonymous on Monday August 01, 2011

Celebrate the 121st birthday of America’s master of the strange and macabre. Author of “The Thing on the Doorstep” and “The Call of Cthulhu,” H.P. Lovecraft was born in Providence in 1890. Join us on a walking tour which explores

Submitted by Anonymous on Wednesday July 27, 2011

Freelance writer, photographer and filmmaker, Patti Cassidy shares her passion for public sculpture – and war memorials in particular – on this 90-minute walking tour. The tour highlights WWI, WWII, and Korean War Memorials in Providence’s

Submitted by tamason on Thursday July 07, 2011

Long and the Short of It 

Submitted by tamason on Thursday July 07, 2011

Don't miss Laughletics! 

Laughletics is a competitive improv comedy show that plays like a sports match complete with a

Submitted by Anonymous on Wednesday July 06, 2011

Join Mayor Angel Taveras and representatives of National Grid and the Environmental Protection Agency as they unveil a unique art installation in downtown Providence on Tuesday, Jul 19 at 1:00 pm in Burnside Park. Mayor Taveras will help

Submitted by Anonymous on Tuesday June 21, 2011

 

Submitted by Anonymous on Thursday June 09, 2011

 This 90-minute walking tour celebrates 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 centered on the people and historic

Submitted by Anonymous on Thursday June 02, 2011

 

Join us for the Concerts under the Elms, an annual outdoor summer concert series held Thursdays under the canopy of elms at the John Brown House Museum.

Submitted by Anonymous on Thursday June 02, 2011

 

Join us for the Concerts under the Elms, an annual outdoor summer concert series held Thursdays under the canopy of elms at the John Brown House Museum.

Submitted by Anonymous on Thursday June 02, 2011

Join us for the Concerts under the Elms, an annual outdoor summer concert series held Thursdays under the canopy of elms at the John Brown House Museum.