Past Providence Event: VOL 122

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VOL 122

June 26, 2019
@ The Courtyard @ The Plant

Announcing the 122nd PechaKucha night in Providence!

The summer vibes are getting our creative juices flowing, so we want to hear all about thinking outside the box. Creative solutions. Unique ideas. Things so outside the box that we can't even think of what they are. Bring it on!

This month our friends at Troop are letting us hang out in their back yard. You may know it as the Flicks on Bricks spot, or that place outside of the the Riffraff Bookstore, or as courtyard at the plant. Whatever you call it, you know that's it's a perfect space for our first outdoor venue of the summer!
BYOC (Bring Your Own Chair)

As always, PechaKucha Night is FREE and all are welcome. We will be accepting voluntary $2 donations to help fund the global PechaKucha movement and your local chapter.

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Composting, Outside the Bin

@ VOL 122 ON JUN 26, 2019

Michael Bradlee is a designer and scientist, that tweaked his home composting system until it was able to do the impossible: accept All kinds of food scraps, and remains active all year round. Mr. Bradlee currently runs the Community Compost Depot at Frey Gardens, the State of Rhode Island and Providence's first registered Compost Facility.

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What the Fringe?

@ VOL 122 ON JUN 26, 2019

Josh Short is the Artistic Director of The Wilbury Theatre Group, a nonprofit theatre company in Olneyville, and producers of the Providence Fringe Festival.

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You Can Use This Stuff Right Out of the Box

@ VOL 122 ON JUN 26, 2019

Unless you have been living under a rock for the past four years, you may know that Paul Roselli helped stop a fracked gas power plant called Invenergy in Burrillville, Rhode Island. The permit to build the Invenergy power plant was just recently denied by the Rhode Island Energy Facility Siting Board.

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Bee-ing Outside the Box

@ VOL 122 ON JUN 26, 2019

Melissa Guillet recently left the job security of public school teacher to fight climate change and save the bees. She runs 15 Minute Field Trips, an organization that helps kids learn about and advocate for the environment through art.

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Click Ads. Live Dangerously.

@ VOL 122 ON JUN 26, 2019

Mel Rainsberger has been a digital designer and consultant that clicks ads even though she knows better.

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Transform Action to Passion

@ VOL 122 ON JUN 26, 2019

Dr. Norly Germain is an activist for human rights and co-founder of “Hope and Change for Haiti". He is also a member of the NAACP, Cranston Action Network, Congressman Jim Langevin’s Diversity Committee, the English Learners Community Advisory Board for the School District of Providence, and the Rhode Island Count Committee for the United States Census 2020. He also teaches Mathematics and Statistics courses at the URI, JWU and CCRI.

Melinda Rainsberger
Videographer / Animator, They're Using Tools! in Providence
Melissa Guillet
in Providence
Paul Roselli
Environmental Advocate in Mapleville
Michael Bradlee
in Providence
Norly Germain
in Providence
Josh Short
The Wilbury Theatre Group in Providence