"Cada dia los centros de trabajo requieren los titulos de High School o su equivalente: GED; ademas, solo con uno de estos documentos se puede ingresar a la universidades y/o hacer una carrera tecnica; en tal sentido, es de vital importancia obtener uno de estos titutlos si desean progresar. Aprovechen la oportunidades que ofrecen las Librerias Comunitarias de Providence de hacer el curso del GED GRATIS!"
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Wednesdays & Saturdays 9:30am-11:00am
Davis Park Community Garden
If you are interested in growing plants and vegetables in the company of like-minded people, you should join PCL's new gardening club!
Feria del Libro y las Artes
Saturday, November 9 10:00AM -6:00PM
Rhode Island College
PCL is happy to announce that the fourth Feria del libro y las Artes will take place on November 9 at Providence College, in the Center at Moore Hall.
The New England First Amendment Coalition (NEFAC) will present its ongoing community conversation, The First Amendment and the Free Press, at PCL at two FREE June events, each featuring a distinguished panel of experts. Please join us for one or both discussions!
Thursday, June 6 6:00PM - 8:00PM
Wanskuck Library, 233 Veazie Street
Registration not required. Info: (401) 274-4145
Serie Educacional: Como Hacer Crecer Su Negocio
Thursday May 30 5:30PM-7:30PM
Washington Park Library
East Side Cinema Night- Chocolat (France/Cameroon, 1988)
Monday, June 3 7:00PM - 8:45PM
Conversations About Race
Saturday, June 8 10:00AM -11:30AM
Join others in the local community for the first in a series of meaningful conversations about race, white privilege and power, and the defensiveness and divisions that have become part of the fabric of American society. The goal is to increase understanding, at a personal level, of the impacts that race has on each of our lives, for both white people and people of color.
Visit the PCL booth at RI PrideFest in Providence on Saturday, June 15. We'll offer fun activities, an LGBTQ+ book raffle and storytimes on the hour! Come and say hi!
Rappel for PCL was, no surprise, an amazing day. Fifty brave Edgers went OverThe Edge and, to date, $71,535 has been raised for PCL!
Make-A-Kinder Providence Make-A-Thon @PVDFest
Saturday & Sunday, June 8 & 9
PVD Young Makers will host its first ever Make-A-Thon in partnership with PVDFest and the PVD Mini Maker Faire (formerly Rhode Island Mini Maker Faire) at City Hall. With a sub-theme of Make-a-Kinder Providence, teams of youth will design, build and develop ideas to improve the quality of life in the city.
Spanish Language GED Graduation Event
Saturday, June 15 2:00PM - 4:00PM
Knight Memorial Library
Another successful year of study is coming to an end for around 25 adult students at PCL. Please join us at Knight Memorial Library for a joyful and uplifting event, celebrated by students, family and friends; city leaders have also been invited.