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BY Dan Bass
Attendees should enter on the north side of the building. Please be prepared to go through security by removing any metal from your pockets, taking off belts with metal closures, etc. Please enter single-file to get everyone into the building as quickly as possible.
Signs and banners are welcome, but must be hand-held only (signs on sticks will not be permitted into the building).
Parking is available at Providence Place Mall, or behind the Dept. of Health Building on Smith Street (enter through the “Employee Parking” entrance and park at the far end of the lot). There is limited metered on-street parking available. Bring your family, bring your friends, spread the word that marriage matters and Rhode Islanders want MARRIAGE EQUALITY NOW!
Join us in room 313 of the state house at 5 pm as the House Judiciary Committee begins hearing testimony on the same sex marriage bill, H5012.
Rally 4pm, Committee Hearing 5pm, Wednesday, State House, 82 Smith Street, (Facebook)
BY Marriage Equality RI
Marriage Equality Rhode Island is excited to host a presentation of the musical Camelot. King Arthur has everything — peace, prosperity and a happy marriage, but will the arrival of the handsome Lancelot change Camelot forever? Trinity Rep’s re-imagining of this masterpiece is a rich tale of love, honor and the quest to create a legacy.
Individual sponsorship tickets for MERI’s Camelot Benefit Performance are available for $100 and include the pre-event reception. Various sponsorship levels, which include multiple tickets and additional benefits, are also available. Thank you to BankRI and Providence Democratic Mayoral Candidate Angel Taveras for helping sponsor the event!
For more information, contact April Ricci by phone at (401) 941-2727 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, October 7, Trinity Rep, 201 Washington Street
BY Daily Dose
Tonight at the Wild Colonial,
Drinking Liberally teams up with Marriage Equality RI (MERI) for a great night of connecting, getting involved, and talking politics over a beer.
8pm to 10pm, Wednesday, Drinking Liberally, Wild Colonial Tavern, 250 South Water Street