Contact Diana Jackson
Contact Diana Jackson
Waterplace Park Gardens
Waterplace Park Neighborhood Alliance
Contact: Paul Salesi
Waterman Street Dog Park (coming soon)
Friends of Waterman Street Dog Park
Contact: Suzanne Renfro or Elena Riverstone
Peace & Plenty Park
Contact Person: Doug Victor
Placeholder page for June check here Workshops.
The Partnership is pleased to announce our Parks Academy. Read the description and then select the workshops you would like to attend. Please do a separate entry for each workshop.Please note: We will be adding registration for the Pop -up Adventure Play Workshop for May 10th and 11th , and a workshop on planning and promoting summer events on May 15th a morning and evening workshop option will be available. Details soon.
Read the full schedule for Parks Academy Workshops Winter 2013
On Thursday, July 19th, from 12:00 PM to 3:15 PM, six (6) volunteers from Aon Risk Services participated in a physical outdoor service project for a half-day to celebrate their 25th Anniversary. The project was held at Bucklin Street Park in Providence with Friends of Bucklin Park. The volunteers performed a general clean up Read more of the park and weeded the butterfly garden. Thank you volunteers and thank you Serve Rhode Island.
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