Celebrating 15 Years of Reading Across Rhode Island
Sunday, May 21, 2017 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM (EDT)
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Celebrating 15 Years of Reading Across Rhode Island: Brunch with Ann Hood at the Squantum Association
Reading Across Rhode Island (RARI), is an engaging, state-wide community read program of the Rhode Island Center for the Book at the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities. Librarians, readers, and educators who are committed to civic engagement as a way to create greater understanding across differences come together to select one inspiring book and engage the community in a statewide dialogue over the course of a year.
Join us and Honorary Chair Louise Moulton of Providence Public Library to celebrate 15 years of utilizing the power of stories to spark rich discussions! The program on Sunday, May 21st from 11:00-1:00 will include brunch with Ann Hood and a performance by Living Literature.
You made it possible! For 15 years, we have been sharing stories with you...now we want to hear YOUR stories. Tell us about your book club, how it started, the first RARI book you read, and the one you enjoyed the most. Email your stories to email@example.com.
Directions to The Squantum Association
947 Veterans Memorial Parkway
East Providence, Rhode Island 02915
From the west:
I-95 to Providence, I-195 east to exit 4, Riverside-Taunton. Bear right off exit ramp onto Veterans Memorial Parkway. Approximately 2.5 miles on the right, look for the stone pillars marking the entrance to Squantum Road. Proceed 1/4 mile down the road to the bottom of the hill.
From the east:
I-195 west to exit 6, Broadway-East Providence. Turn left onto Broadway and follow it until it ends. Turn left onto Veterans Memorial Parkway. Halfway up the hill on the right look for the stone pillars marking the entrance to Squantum Road. Proceed 1/4 mile down the road to the bottom of the hill.
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Rhode Island Center for the Book at the RI Council for the Humanities
Rhode Island Center for the Book at the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities is a statewide organization devoted to promoting personal and community enrichment by celebrating the art and heritage of reading, writing, making, and sharing books. Founded in 2003, RI Center for the Book is an affiliate of the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. The Rhode Island Council for the Humanities seeds, supports, and strengthens public history, cultural heritage, civic education, and community engagement by and for all Rhode Islanders.