Smith Hill Block Party on Candace Street (Candace between Smith and Chalkstone), right in front of the library! For all ages!
Entertainment includes: Clarice Smith, Leatta Barrett, Extraordinary Rendition, Elder Curtis Gomes, NLC Choir, and Project 401
*Free food and drinks! *Raffles and Prizes! *Activities for Kids!
Meet with Social Service Agencies and Local Businesses!
Information and Food Booths
Special guests: Mayor Jorge Elorza, City Councilman Terry Hassestt, State Senator Mary Ellen Goodwin, and Kat Kerwin
Food supplied by: Baba's Original New York System, Dunkin Donuts, Firefighter's Canteen, Nathan's Famous, Seven Stars Bakery, and Taco Bell
Information and Vendor Tables Include: 211 Bus, Books Are Wings; Capitol Hill Health Center; City Hall Healthy Communities Office; Community Action Partnership of Providence; Earth Appliance Organics; Face & Body Paint by Lindz; Federal Hilll Pizza/Chefs Feeding Kids; Granny Squibb; half-full, llc; Henna by Heather; Institute for the Study and Practice of Nonviolence; National Alliance on Mental Illness Rhode Island; Neighborhood Health Plan of RI; Options Magazine; Project 401; Providence Center; Providence Children's Museum; Providence Hurling Club, Providence Parks Department; Providence PlayCorps; Providence Police (Community Outreach and Engagement); Providence Promise; Providence Talks; PVD Mom's Blog; Rhode Island College School of Nursing; Rhode Island Consortium for Autism Research and Treatment; Rhode Island Disability Law Center; The Rhode Island Historical Society; Rhode Island Parent Information Network; RIPTA Rider's Alliance; Smith Hill Community Development Center; Smith Hill Library; Smith Hill Partners' Initiative; SNAP Outreach Program (URI); Sojourner House, and Zero Waste Providence
Book sale and food inside the library!
Sponsored by nonprofit organizations, businesses and residents of the Smith Hill Community