How to earn a free book this summer from Barnes & Noble.
Enter for a chance to win an experience with the New England Revolution.
Learn about the Kids Reading Across Rhode Island 2017 book, Save Me a Seat, for readers in grades 3-6.
A study found that 80% of children ages 2-13 do not wake up from a standard fire alarm. Tips to keep your family safe.
Learn how you can help get more books in RI homes with this United Way and Books Are Wings book drive. Lets help them hit 45,000 books!
By Susan Gale
Why not enjoy the ending of school with your kids by preparing for summer camp and programs now?
See a chart of the graduation rates at public high schools in Rhode Island. Read more about graduation rates above in the Featured Stories section.
Peruse thousands of books for the entire family in a book store-style setting. Also find LPs, CDs, DVDs, videos, and artwork. Proceeds support Knight Memorial Library. Noon–4 pm Saturdays until June 3. Knight Memorial Library, 275 Elmwood Ave, Providence. Free.
By Susan Gale
The state may be small, but Rhode Island is big when it comes to education. In the past two years, Governor Gina Raimondo and the state legislature have taken many forward and innovative steps to prepare RI students for the future.
Bundle up on Sundays in March and see historic methods of maple sugaring and talk about how this New England tradition ties into a variety of topics from abolition to international shipping. Then, warm up by the hearth and enjoy hot cider and authentic johnnycakes.