Rag & Bone Bindery May Day Open Studio Sale
1088 Main Street Pawtucket, RI 02860
Saturday, May 1, 10:00 AM - 4:00PM
Rag & Bone Bindery, makers of quality hand-crafted paper goods, are sharing their secrets! On May 1st, their studio doors will be open to the public in order to showcase the craftsmanship and hard work that goes into making every single one of their journals, albums, guest books, and other stationary items. This event will allow loyal customers, as well as first-timers, the opportunity to preview and purchase first quality items,seconds and studio samples - all priced at a discount!
MAY DAY CAFE STYLE BREAKFAST
Join us before you shop for a cafe style May breakfast with delicious muffins, scones, coffee and juice.
CHILDREN’S BOOKBINDING WORKSHOP
We will also be offering two children’s workshops in partnership with Kidoinfo.com. Participants will make a folio to hold the child’s photo along with a special greeting - makes a lovely gift from the heart for Mother’s Day or Father’s Day. All materials and tools will be provided. Two sessions at 11 AM and 1 PM. Space is limited so please reserve your spot - email:
We also want to share the following Rhode Island May events from our friends:
SOUL AT WORK “BE VISIBLE” PORTRAIT DAY
Saturday, May 1, 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM.
Soul at Work invites you to an amazing opportunity for photographic fun with Mimosas and cameras. Professional photographer, Amy Amerantes, will capture you in a glamorous portrait perfect for print and web. Update your Facebook page, your business card, or your blog! Just in time for Motherâ€™s Day, consider giving this as a gift to the amazing women in your life.
Photo Session is $49 ($39 for Season Pass Holders) Includes mimosas and a professional, re-touched CD of your portrait.
Space is limited so please register online now or call 401.351.7110
KIDOCONVERSATION: RAISING KIDS IN A DIGITAL WORLD
Tuesday, May 25, 6:30 - 8:30 PM
Kidoinfo presents the second KidoConversation, a series of networking and educational events, which address a range of topics relating to how online and offline topics can benefit our life and business, as well as foster deeper community connections.
This panel will focus on “Raising Kids in a Digital World” This topic will address the ways in which we can educate, guide and shape the next generation to be conscientious online and savvy users of social media and technology tools. Our panelists for this event are Alice Wilder, Jennifer Robbins, Kate McMahon Macinanti, and Trevor O’Driscoll
We invite you to shape the conversation. What do you want to know or talk about? Please post your questions on the Kidoinfo blog here: Join the Conversation: Raising Kids in a Digital World. Appetizers included, cash bar.