History

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday August 31, 2011

Documentary Film Presentation: Louisa May Alcott:
The Woman Behind Little Women  

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday August 17, 2011

A Discussion & Musical Performance...

Ray Kamalay, a long-time professional musician who contributes performances of

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

 

Deborah Baronas, a multi-talented artist, will present the Warren Mill Project. The project is an aesthetic blending of art and history aimed at raising knowledge and awareness of Warren

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 Wednesday June 08, 2011

August 1 - Arc of Justice by Kevin Boyle

History HiJinks is the name of our wonderful book club at the Providence Public Library. Always informative and entertaining, we meet once a month (usually the first

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday May 25, 2011

July 11 - Fruits of Victory by Elaine Weiss

History HiJinks is the name of our wonderful book club at the Providence Public Library. Always informative and entertaining, we meet once a month (usually the first

Submitted by Anonymous on Monday May 23, 2011

Discover the winding history and continued importance of Providence’s rivers! Urban outdoor sculpture and beautiful civic and commercial buildings of varied architectural styles provide the setting for stories of Providence’s fabled past and

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday April 27, 2011

Jordan Goffin presents The Atlas of the Rhode Island Book Trade in the Eighteenth Century (www.rihs.org/atlas) and explains how he designed and built this unique online resource for the Rhode Island Historical

Submitted by lmiller on Thursday April 07, 2011

Reception: 6:30pm
Lecture: 7:00pm

Providence 375 Celebration at Providence Public Library

The City that Roger Built: Images of Providence Architecture