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Submitted by tamason on Thursday August 10, 2017

 

Grant Will Support Processing and Preservation of AS220 Organizational Records

Providence Public Library (PPL) has received a $63,660 grant from the National Archives’ National

Submitted by tamason on Monday August 07, 2017

Providence Public Library is now accepting applications for our 2018 Creative Fellowship. The 2018 Creative Fellow will create new, original work in the field of performance (theater, dance, performance art, puppetry, etc.) related to

Submitted by tamason on Thursday August 03, 2017

Project offers local youth paid learning and career development experience 

Forty youth, ages 14 – 24, are currently in Week 3 of a 5-week summer (paid) employment experience at Providence Public Library (PPL).  They

Submitted by tamason on Thursday July 20, 2017

Providence Public Library (PPL) is pleased to announce that Kanopy, a streaming video service making quality educational content available to public libraries and educational institutions, is providing free access to PPL patrons (must have a PPL

Submitted by tamason on Tuesday June 20, 2017

Summer activities begin next week at Passport partner sites

 

Submitted by tamason on Tuesday March 14, 2017

Major improvements a centerpiece of PPL’s vision and strategic goals for achieving 21st-century library services for Providence and Rhode Island residents

Submitted by tamason on Tuesday February 14, 2017

“Providence has received national acclaim as being one of the top culinary destinations in the United States,” said Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza. “A La Rhody highlights our city’s ethnic food traditions, critically-lauded restaurant community,

Submitted by tamason on Thursday February 09, 2017

Four-month ON THE TABLE Exhibition & Programs to Focus on Food & Dining Culture

Submitted by tamason on Monday January 30, 2017

Grant Will Support Statewide Adult Literacy Programs

Providence Public Library (PPL), has received a $10,000 grant from Wells Fargo in support of statewide adult literacy programs. The grant will directly support

Submitted by tamason on Friday January 27, 2017

The Special Collections Department at Providence Public Library (PPL) recently acquired the organizational archives of AS220, a nationally recognized arts organization in Providence, Rhode Island. Founded in 1985, AS220 is credited as a national