Lecture/Presentation

Submitted by lmoulton on Friday January 06, 2012

Join us for the Opening Reception for the Sendak Exhibit featuring Michael Fink, Professor of English at RI School of Design (RISD), as keynote.

Submitted by Anonymous on Tuesday November 15, 2011

The Artists Loop 

A monthly gathering for artists and

Submitted by Anonymous on Tuesday November 01, 2011

 

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 Wednesday September 14, 2011

Louisa May Alcott is best known for writing Little Women (1868-1869), a thinly disguised memoir of her own family.  But her less known books, especially Little Men (1871) and Work (1873), were probably the

Submitted by lmoulton on Wednesday September 14, 2011

Louisa May Alcott is best known for writing Little Women (1868-1869), a thinly disguised memoir of her own family.  But her less known books, especially Little Men (1871) and Work (1873), were probably the

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday September 07, 2011

The Rhode Island Publications Society (Fabre Line Club) announces its second annual fall book series featuring four presentations by noted scholars. Two of the talks will analyze Rhode Island themes--The Dorr Rebellion (Fri., Oct. 14

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday September 07, 2011

The Rhode Island Publications Society (Fabre Line Club) announces its second annual fall book series featuring four presentations by noted scholars. Two of the talks will analyze Rhode Island themes--The Dorr Rebellion (Fri., Oct. 14

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday September 07, 2011

The Rhode Island Publications Society (Fabre Line Club) announces its second annual fall book series featuring four presentations by noted scholars. Two of the talks will analyze Rhode Island themes--The Dorr Rebellion (Fri., Oct. 14

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday September 07, 2011

The Rhode Island Publications Society (Fabre Line Club) announces its second annual fall book series featuring four presentations by noted scholars. Two of the talks will analyze Rhode Island themes--The Dorr Rebellion (Fri., Oct. 14)