Attend an information session to learn about this college readiness program.
Keep up with summer reading by visiting the Providence Mobile Library.
The FY19 RI state budget provides money and services that will help many children.
The Empowerment Factory and MobileQuest offer 5 low-cost technology classes for grades K-8.
High school and college students can apply to the RI International Film Festival.
Lippitt House Museum offers multiple fun events and tours for families in June, July, and August.
Advice to keep kids motivated for the last weeks of school from Moses Brown senior Fatoumata Sidibe.
Five writing classes from memoir to science fiction are offered by School One this summer.
Kids ages 11-14 can choose from three classes offered by Lifespan Community Health Institute.
40+ baby strollers went to the State House to advocate for quality child care and early learning.