Elizabeth Manchester, Esq., of Manchester Law, will provide information and answer questions on how to make sure your organization is best prepared for charitable giving. This session will cover best practices for efficiently administering complex gifts and how to avoid potential pitfalls.
Join the Museum of Work & Culture on March 9 for Ciné Québec, an evening of Québecois films in celebration of the month of Francophonie.
Beginning Saturday, March 4, the Museum of Work & Culture will host Cinema Saturdays, a weekly presentation of a French-language film produced in Québec. All films will be screened at 1:30pm and are subtitled in English. The films are included with the price of museum admission, purchased at the door ($8/adults, $6/students & seniors, free/children under 10).
Sure, we’ve all had French toast on a Saturday morning. But have you ever truly experienced your French toast on a Saturday morning? The Rhode Island Historical Society and Coggeshall Farm Museum are offering food lovers, history lovers, and food history lovers alike that opportunity on Saturday, March 4, 10am-noon, when the public is invited to learn about the process of maple sugaring and making maple syrup … and then to enjoy pouring it over some delicious hearth-cooked French toast.
Each year, the Rhode Island Historical Society features a new programming theme, allowing the organization to explore a compelling aspect of the state’s history through its events, lectures, partnerships, and initiatives. In 2016, it was fashion. The year before, design. Today, the RIHS officially announced 2017’s theme: Relishing Rhode Island, serving up plenty of events to go around, with dozens plated already and many more on the burner.
American Frugal Housewife is part life guide, home helper, and receipt collection. On February 28, Katy O’Neill-Day discusses etiquette, recipes, and lessons from the bestseller of its time as part of our yearlong Relishing Rhode Island programming theme.
The Rhode Island Historical Society is pleased to announce the first in its monthly series of professional development programs in the Helping History & Heritage Happen series
A special presentation benefiting the RIHS
URI Feinstein Providence Campus Hosts Show and November 17 Event
The Rhode Island Historical Society, in collaboration with the RISD Museum, will present the third of three workshops this fall on digitization, as part of the monthly professional development series “Helping History & Heritage Happen.” On Wednesday, Nov. 16, 9-11am, join colleagues in the field of history, heritage, and culture at the RIHS’s Aldrich House headquarters.