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October is Arts and Humanities Month in Rhode Island

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Governor Gina Raimondo signed a declaration on October Third, declaring October Arts and Humanities Month in Rhode Island!

RISCA, Rhode Island Council for the Humanities, and Providence Art Culture Tourism have a lot of fun things happening this month - check our their website — and don’t forget to come to Gallery Night Providence this month in celebration!

Secretary of State "Nellie's Notes" announces new state archives exhibit

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The exhibition bearing the title; “150 Years of Big Ideas in Little Rhody.” will be showing some of the history of inventions and industries in Rhode Island.

The Rhode Island State Archives, a division of the Rhode Island Department of State, is free and open to the public Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at 337 Westminster Street in downtown Providence. Two-hour validated parking during business hours is available adjacent to the building at Down City Parking.