As part of our Live Local, Give Local community giving campaign this holiday season, WBNA is collecting new and unwrapped toys for the West End Community Center‘s Holiday Toy Drive benefitting children ages 18 months to 13 years of age who attend WECC’s toddler, preschool and youth programs.
TOY DRIVE DETAILS
- WECC appreciates your donations of new and unwrapped toys that promote learning and healthy play for children ages 18 months to 13 years of age
- Drop off toys at WBNA, 1560 Westminster Street, Mon-Thurs (8:30am-5pm); or at West End Community Center, 109 Bucklin Street, Providence
- Toy Drive runs from November 1 through December 15, 2017
- Questions? Contact Joy at West End Community Center (401-781-4242) or email email@example.com
West End Community Center has been serving West End communities for over 40 years, offering programs and services for residents at every stage of life – from early childhood to the elderly – who live in the West End, Elmwood, and South Providence neighborhoods.
WECC offers an Early Learning Program for children ages 18 months to 5 years, a year-round Youth Program for children ages 5-13 years, and a Social Services Program that provides a variety of support to community members. For more information, visit www.weccri.com.
We know that there are charitable causes far-and-wide that deserve your support this season. We thank you for also considering those in need who are living in our community.
Join us to find our very own library elf! Everyday he moves andhides in a different location. Come hunt for a chance to winprizes! All ages welcome.
Visit the Friends Book Shop to find thousands of gently loved titles along with occasional surprises. Proceeds allow the Friends to help Knight Memorial Library.
Feeling stressed from the cold & snow? Join us to make a snowman stress ball! For school-age kids & teens. Registration requested: 401-467-2625 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Southside Cultural Center of Rhode Island, Rhode Island Black Storytellers and Rhode Island Latino Arts invite you to join our community for MULTICULTURAL PERFORMANCES, STORYTELLING , DRUMMING, DANCE AND MORE. LOCAL CRAFTS, VENDORS, FOOD TRUCKS & CHILDREN’S ACTIVITIES.
FREE and open to the public. ALL ARE WELCOME!
A Sowing Place Project in partnership with:
Southside Cultural Center of Rhode Island, West Elmwood Housing Development Corporation, City of Providence Art Culture + Tourism, City of Providence Healthy Communities Office, African Alliance of Rhode Island. With support from the Kresge Foundation FreshLo Initiative.
For Vendor info and application contact:
Manager of Community Building Projects
West Elmwood Housing Development Corp.
224 Dexter Street
Providence, RI 02907
401.453.3220 x 15 phone
All are welcome to our 10th Annual West Side Caroling event! Give the gifts of joy and good will, and spread warmth and merriment during one of the coldest times of the year. Annually, the Sunday before Christmas.
Meet up at Loie Fuller’s restaurant (1455 Westminster Street) from 5-6pm for snacks and socializing then head out at 6pm sharp to bring holiday cheer to the neighborhood. We have planned stops with neighbors along the way for warm drinks and bathroom breaks, with the evening ending at 8pm with milk and cookies at Sin (1413 Westminster Street).
EVERYONE IS WELCOME regardless of any religious or non-religious beliefs. INVITE YOUR FRIENDS & FAMILY!
This event is organized by neighbors, conducted by Maestro Glenn Zienowicz, and supported by the West Broadway Neighborhood Association (WBNA), Leadership Rhode Island, PuroClean of New England, and Loie Fuller’s.