Yes, there is still so much more to do in Rhode Island that I haven’t even mentioned. Where to begin?
If it’s the arts that you’re into, why not begin with some theatre? I love the Trinity Repertory Company, where you can see shows that will have you laughing and crying (and my personal favorite place to see A Christmas Carol), and I have mentioned the Providence Performing Arts Center before. It is a favorite of mine and the kids. I took all five of my kids (when I only had five) to see ANNIE, and we loved it! I have also been to Sesame Street and Disney-sponsored children’s shows there as well as an acoustic rock concert! It is beautiful inside with great views from every seat, even the balcony!
Not to be left out, the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra also holds programs for children. If you have a young music-lover or musician in your family, consider getting involved in one of the many youth and community ensembles they offer string programs for elementary through college level students, woodwind, brass & percussion programs and chamber programs for middle through high school students, some very popular jazz & rock programs, as well as a number of percussion programs, including the Steel Pan.
If you live in the Providence area, your children can attend free classes and after-school program at !Providence City Arts!, a non-profit organization dedicated to offering free arts learning opportunities for urban youth to create, express & grow! What a great place for the children of Providence to explore their artsy selves! We truly are the Renaissance city!
I haven’t done justice to the many possible cultural activities in Providence, but you get the idea – we may be a small state, but we are packed full of great fun, family & cultural activities for all!
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