Pink spirit will be everywhere as competitive athletes and not-so-competitive walkers and runners participate in the Gloria Gemma Run/Walk Series. This family friendly event begins at 9am with the Kids Fun Run, a sprint down the hill on Francis Street open to children ages 5-12. Join the fun and support breast cancer resources in Rhode Island. Register today: www.gloriagemma.org
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The YMCA of Greater Providence is pleased to announce a partnership with the Steven K. Latimer (SKL) Memorial Foundation for its 6 th annual Families Against Violence 5K on Saturday, September 30 th at 10:00 AM at the Roger Williams Park Temple to Music. One thousand dollars in cash prizes will be awarded to the top finishers in a “Tournament of Champions” contest to beat the course records.
It’s beginning to look a little like fall, but the 80 degree days in the forecast all week have us wondering when its going to start to feel like fall. Anyone else itching to break out boots and scarves? Anyway, the RI Kids Consignment Sale Fall/Winter is on the docket for this week and we […]
Providence Moms Blog was provided tickets at no cost to experience HasCon. And we’re really glad we were, because it was awesome. If you’re anything like me, you spent the whole summer seeing signs for HasCon and wondering what the heck it was all about. Having never been to a convention myself, they conjured images […]
Goodness. Mid September and apple picking season is in full force! Did you see our guide of where to go apple picking in RI? Check it out and maybe bake us an apple pie? This week, Providence will get a chance to experience the debut of H2O by Skyline, a water laser show that is free […]
Ever wanted to hop aboard Air Force One and see what all the fuss is about? Well, for the next seven weeks you can do just that with The Air Force One Experience, an educational exhibit temporarily on display at Quonset State Airport in North Kingstown, RI. The Air Force One Experience is the brainchild […]
“I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived.” Henry David Thoreau Recently, my boys and I went into the […]
I don’t know how exactly it happened, but it did. My 3 boisterous boys were sitting still and quietly. Normally this sight should make me jump for joy, but not today. Today it broke my heart. Their sitting nicely and quietly wasn’t some new discipline technique I was trying. My boys had morphed. They had […]
Music can play an important role in children’s development, which is why we are excited to be partnering with Rock-a-Baby, who has sponsored the following post. The content contained within is original and reflects the opinions of the writer.
The Fourth of July is in the books and summer has really begun. Time for long, lazy mornings spent lounging on the beach with a good book and a Pina Colada, followed by exploring a new city and capping the evening off at a trendy new micro brewery, right? Sorry. I know. It really isn’t […]