Providence's own Sarah Vaughn, Janell Brown, presents her first solo jazz concert, with Rod Luther on the piano and special guests. Join us Saturday, June 6th at RISD's Ewing Multicultural Center. Hurry though, seating is limited. Tickets are $25.00 and may be purchased on the home page.
The Premiere Event for The Rhode Island Black Heritage Society. Please join us in this formal gathering with the most exclusive and powerful African American Leaders in Providence, Rhode Island, and The entire East Coast.
For the first time in history, a National Historic district has been reopened to include African American sites. Come and share your knowledge about existing buildings in Providences oldest neighborhood associated with Black historic people and events
On Saturday, May 9th 2015 The Rhode Island Black Heritage Society invites young men to join us for our annual How to Tie a Bow Tie event. This event will commence promptly at 10:00am. By hosting this event we hope to educate our attendees on how to handle themselves with social class in a formal setting and also showing them how to properly tie a bow tie. Our event is free and open to the public however we are asking that each participant makes a donation to our society to provide funds for future events. We hope to see you there and we hope you have a great time.
On Saturday, April 18th 2015 The Black Heritage Society invites young girls ages 6 - 12 years of age to join us for our third annual elegant tea party. The tea party will commence at 1:00pm. By coordinating this event we aspire to educate these young ladies in social ediquette. Our event is free and open to the public however we are asking that each participant makes a donation to our society to provide funds for continuous events. We hope to see you there and we hope you have a joyous time.