The Memorial At Prospect Terrace — Lecture

prospect terrace The Providence Athenaeum hosts this installment of the continuing “Inspired Providence” series.

Providence Preservation Society Executive Director James Hall on “Monumental: A Fitting Memorial for the Founding Father: The competition to design the Roger Williams Memorial,” part of “Inspired Providence: A Public Lecture Series.” When 75 years ago Providence celebrated the 300th anniversary of its founding, the 1933 approach to commemoration differed significantly from today’s efforts. Hall examines the architectural competition that led to the creation of the Roger Williams Memorial in Prospect Park on Congdon Street.

Free and open to the public.  Reception from 6pm to 6:30pm. Program at 6:30.

6pm to 7:30pm, Thursday, October 6, Providence Athenaeum, 251 Benefit Street, 421.6970

3 thoughts on “The Memorial At Prospect Terrace — Lecture”

  1. I hate making mistakes. I corrected the ‘5’. I think the ‘Thursday’ part was more prominent. I hope.

  2. Just want to make a small correction to the event details. The event is tonight, Octpber 6. I hope people didn’t show up last night. Should be an awesome talk! Thanks!

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