|Providence Children's Museum is hosting community
conversations to bring people together to talk about issues affecting
children's opportunities for unstructured, self-directed play. The conversations are free and open to
By fostering strong communities, together we can give
children more freedom to play.
Hear from individuals who have built and sustained community in their
neighborhoods and beyond - by organizing a neighborhood block party in
Barrington, community events and gardens at Southside Community Land Trust in Providence, and monthly
hikes with Rhode Island Families in Nature - and share your thoughts and strategies.
December 2 · 7:00 - 8:30
These conversations were
inspired by discussion topics on the Museum's listserv,
the Community to Promote Children's Play."
To read the PlayWatch archives
or to join the list, visit www.playwatch.org.
Visit the Museum's blog to learn about the first conversation, Making Places for Play.