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March 2014 Recap

Our eighth Provision was Sunday, March 9. We were thrilled to host Provision at Aurora, a soon-to-open art space in Downtown Providence. Many, many thanks to all the folks who came out and helped – by proposing, volunteering, voting,  and, as … Continue reading

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Provision is almost here!

Our next Provision is so soon – Sunday March 9 in downtown Providence at Aurora! Doors open at 5:30PM and we request that all reserved parties arrive no later than 5:45PM to guarantee their seats. We are sold out of … Continue reading

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Provision comes to downtown Providence!

We’re back, and we’re thrilled to be welcomed by Aurora, “a cabaret lounge and art space with the future of Providence on its mind.” Located in the former Roots Cultural Center space at 276 Westiminster Street, Aurora is a perfect … Continue reading

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February 2013 Recap

Our seventh Provision – and our two year anniversary! – was Sunday, February 17. It was a pleasure to celebrate our anniversary back at New Urban Arts. Many, many thanks to all the folks who came out and helped – … Continue reading

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Provision at New Urban Arts is tomorrow!

Featuring SEVEN exciting proposals from Scott Lapham, Jenine Bressner, Rita Lombardi, Peter Lutz, Anne Reinhardt, Emily Leighton, Phillip Eil, Provision at New Urban Arts is tomorrow! Rain or shine, snow or no snow, we are on! (It’s true, a storm and consequent parking ban are predicted, but … Continue reading

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Reserve for February 17!

Provision is back! Click here for details on how to make reservations for February 17, here for information about proposing, and email us at providenceprovision [at] gmail [dot] com if you want to volunteer!

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July 2012 Recap

Our sixth Provision was Sunday, July 15. Many, many thanks to all the folks who came out and helped – by proposing, volunteering, voting,  and, as always, by eating. July stats: NUMBERS: Food We fed 130 or so people, including … Continue reading

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