The Makers Event: An Evening of Inspiration on June 26
On behalf of our newest promotion partner Rhode Island Creative Magazine, Rhode Island PBS shares news of this upcoming family-friendly event that celebrates local craftsmen and artists:
On Friday, June 26th, Rhode Island Creative Magazine (RICM) and TOJ Design Studio, LLC, present “The Makers Event: An Evening of Inspiration” for creative individuals living and working in the Ocean State.
The event, held at the Pawtucket Armory in the heart of the creative city of Pawtucket, Rhode Island, will gather a community of makers and feature works by several local artisans and craftsman. Please join our community and come meet our local makers on Friday, June 26th from 6 p.m.to 9 p.m.
The event features “Maker Booths” with products handcrafted by local artisans, vendor booths with locally made food and beverages, entertainment by Rhode Island musicians, inspiring speakers, and raffles filled with local goods.
This family-friendly event is free. Entry donation of $5 is welcome, partial proceeds benefit charity. For more information about the event, visit the RICM’s Inspirational Speaker Series. To stay up to date, join the Makers Event on RICM’s Facebook page.
The Pawtucket Armory, located in the heart of the creative city of Pawtucket, showcases great architecture that was designed by William R. Walker and Son, a well-known architectural firm in Providence, Rhode Island. Construction of the armory began in 1894 and was completed in 1895. Built of red brick, granite and limestone, the historical building continues to shine a light on the fine crafts people who work in and around this structure.
About Rhode Island Creative Magazine (RICM)
Since 2012, Rhode Island Creative Magazine has been the catalyst for raising awareness of the economic value of the creative arts industry. It is Rhode Island’s one of-a-kind creative multimedia publication that inspires and informs readers. This truly unique publication is an important resource that highlights the outstanding creative talent of Rhode Island in an effort to attract and expand business opportunities, create jobs, promote local education, small and large businesses, and artists of all professions, including printers, writers, culinary makers, theatrical artists, students and others who are (and will be) an important resource for our economy.