Mayor Jorge Elorza today joined local businesses representatives and community members to relaunch Providence’s #ThinkPVD campaign encouraging residents and visitors to “think, shop, and buy locally” in the City this holiday season.
A few events coming up this weekend to celebrate the Holidays
Mayor Jorge Elorza today joined local businesses owners and representatives from the Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce to kick-off the #ThinkPVD campaign encouraging residents and visitors to “think, shop and buy locally” in the City this holiday season.
To accommodate holiday shoppers and support local businesses during the busy holiday sales season, Mayor Taveras announced today that there will be two hours of free parking in designated commercial districts throughout Providence.
Thanks to GoProvidence.com (The Providence Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau) for sharing some great holiday photos in our Flickr Group.
Sadly, tonight’s WaterFire lighting had to be cancelled due to the weather: Due to the severe winter weather forecasted for later on this afternoon, tonight's event has been cancelled. pic.twitter.com/j0lwkmYagU — WaterFire Providence (@WaterFireProv) December 14, 2013 WaterFire will have special Christmas editions of their fires running tonight and Saturday evening (weather permitting): Enjoy the spirit of Christmas for two …
The Dancing Cop Tony Lepore will be out at Dorrance and Westminster Streets weekdays at lunchtime starting tomorrow and running through Christmas Eve.
All the details on this Saturday’s Christmas tree lighting ceremony and other festivities from the City of Providence
The City of Providence encourages people to buy local and buy art this holiday season with their Buy Providence/Buy Art program.
Now that Christmas is over, are you eager to get rid of that tree? Well the City will begin picking them up January 7th, so hold onto it a little longer.
One last look at Christmas in Providence in this Boxing Day edition of GC: Photos.
Every night at Craftland we are here for your art buying needs, but tonight is extra special. Join us to celebrate this year’s 5 Providence artists who have their images on the Buy Art Providence buttons.
Providence’s ‘Dancing Cop,’ Tony Lepore, returns to downtown Providence Dec. 9-24, 2012. He will be on the corner Dorrance Street and Westminster Street weekdays from 12 to 1:30 pm.
The Chicago Transit Authority’s Holiday Train started its month-long tour of that city yesterday.
To accommodate holiday shoppers and support local businesses, motorists in Providence will be offered two hours of free parking from 10am until 6pm from Friday, November 23, 2012 through Tuesday, January 1, 2013.
Craftland on Westminster Street Offers Stylish and Functional Handmade Items from Local and National Artists
The City needs a tree and is asking residents to nominate their own 35-foot to 45-foot spruce or fir trees that they wish to remove from their property.
Sanitation Santa, Made in UK, and more in today’s GC: Photos.
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