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Upcoming Events

Puzzleworks @ Providence Children's Museum
May 23 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Sort and trace shells and stones, make observations and record your findings to classify a variety of natural objects.

6-week Spanish Immersion Session @ Bilingual Babies Bebes Bilingues, Inc.
May 23 @ 3:30 pm

Our Spring 6-week session begins April 25 and April 27. Join us for our play-based, Spanish Immersion program. Our program exposes kiddos to Spanish through music, movement, literacy and hands-on activities. We offer parent-child classes geared toward Infants, Toddlers and Preschoolers. We also offer a drop-off option for school-aged kiddos, Pre-K to grade 3.

Classes are held on:
Wednesdays: 3:30 Infant/Toddler, 4:15 Preschooler, 5:00 drop-off  (Runs April 25 through May 30)
Fridays: 3:15 mixed ages. *(runs April 27 through June 1)

Story & Craft Hour at Providence Athenaeum @ Providence Athenaeum
May 23 @ 3:30 pm

Wednesday afternoons, 3:30pm
Enjoy an afternoon of picture book readings followed by a simple craft activity. It’s a great mid-week treat!
Ages 3+. Free and all are welcome! Please register so that we can provide ample craft materials for all. Contact Lindsay at 401-421-6970 or at

CMCRI Breastfeeding Support Group @ St. Joseph's Hospital
May 23 @ 4:00 pm

Chocolate Milk Cafe RI is a peer breastfeeding support group for Black/African American?Afro Latina families in the urban core of Providence, RI

AS220 Youth Open Mic @ AS220 - Main Stage
May 23 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

AS220 Youth open Mic night!

This Wednesday, AS220 Youth will be hosting Mic Madness; our monthly hip hop open mic. Mic Madness is always super fun, but this month’s event is special due to our participation in Youth Count; an annual initiative that helps RI providers identify housing needs for youth ages 25 and under.

The Youth Count starts on 4/25/18 and ends on 5/23/18. Between these dates, young people who have experienced housing instability are encouraged to take a quick survey. The data captured by the survey will hopefully expand funding for housing and services, as well as policy improvements that benefit young, at-risk Rhode Islanders. Youth who qualify to complete the survey will receive some prizes, including a gift certificate. There will also be food!

If you know any young people who may want to take the survey, perform or just hang with a bunch of cool kids for the evening, let them know about the event. I’m including our promo video.

Anjel Newmann
AS220 Youth Director


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