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January 2011 residences newsletter

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A guide to living in Down City Providence.

A guide to living in Down City Providence.

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  • 1. An inside guide to living in Down City Providence THE RESIDENCES JANUARY 2011 NEWSLETTER Actual Photo taken from the 32nd floor of the Northern View sday Waterfire on TueDon’t miss the 5-8pm January 4th from Inside this issue: Happy New Year Style Week Providence 2 from Events in the city this January 3 THE RESIDENCES PROVIDENCE Floor Plan of The Month 4 Go Red Event 5 Call Meredyth Church or Bob Walsh Thank you from 5 today to schedule a private tour: Crossroads RI 401 598 8282 1
  • 2. STYLEWEEK PROVIDENCE • January 16th - 22nd, 2011 Style Week Providence, established in 2009, is a non-profit organization with the vision of showcasing both upcoming talent and internationally known designers in the Creative Capi- tal of Rhode Island. Modeled after major fashion weeks in cities such as New York, Paris, and Milan, Style Week Providence aims to focus on the busi- ness aspect of the fashion world while exploring the latest trends to attract buyers and media, creating a platform to established design- ers. With overwhelming success following the inaugural June 2010 Style Week, Style Week Providence will now be a biannual event allowing designers to debut their seasonal creations in both June and January. The weeklong celebration of fashion, art, design, and culture features formal, industry only runway shows and after event soirees open to the public to excite and engage the community. "Style Week Providence will put the national spotlight on the Creative Capital and give us an opportunity to showcase Providence as a cen- ter for innovation with talented designers who are helping to grow jobs and fuel our economy...," Mayor of Providence, David N. Cicilline "Style Week Providence...has provided an economic spark during a typically slow season in downtown Providence." The Providence Journal "While some would be tempted to make reference to the grand dame of the industry, Mercedes Fashion Week in NYC...none is necessary- the show [Style Week Providence] can stand on its own..." SOCO Magazine For a Schedule of events visit www.styleweekprovidence.com Save The Date! January 31,2011 Resident’s Night at Centro Restaurant2
  • 3. WHAT’S HAPPENING IN THE CITY THIS JANUARYThe CrucibleTrinity Rep continues its 2010-2011 Season with The Crucible, Arthur Miller’s timeless master-piece. Something evil is loose in Salem, leaving the residents of the small New England hamlet throwninto a fiery labyrinth of lies and fear-mongering. What’s not clear is who – or what – that evil might be.After a young woman’s accusation triggers a deadly chain of events, the community of Salem mustquestion whom they can trust, whom they no longer believe, and how far they’re willing to go in thename of the truth. Directed by resident company member Brian McEleney, the show opens in pre-views February 4 and runs through March 13 in the Chace Theater. Tickets are on sale now at the Trin-ity Rep box office, 201 Washington St.; by phone at (401) 351-4242; and online at www.trinityrep.comA Celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.Presented by Providence Childrens Museum at Providence Childrens Museum on January 17, 2011 .Families explore an exhibit of photographs, words and books describing Dr. Kings life and work, par-ticipate in an interactive exploration of the negativepower of discrimination, and see powerful perform-ances of “M.L.K.: Amazing Grace.” Award-winningstorytellers and actors Rochel Coleman and ValerieTutson bring history to life through songs and storiesas they portray Civil Rights activists Rosa Parks, RalphAbernathy and more. Shows at 11:30 AM, 1:00 PM &2:30 PM. Ages 5 - 11. Phone: 401-273-5437Providence Performing Arts Center Upcoming ShowsPPAC makes the season bright with these upcoming shows! Visit www.ppacri.org for more information1. In the Heights—January 11-16, 20112. Disney Presents The Lion King—February 1-20, 20113. Blue Man Group—March 4-6, 2011RI Philharmonic: Classical - Picture and a PianoPresented by Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra at VMA Arts & Cultural Center, January 22,2011. Guest Conductor JAHJA LING takes the baton on Saturday, January 22 at 8:00 with Pian-ist JESSIE CHANG performing Chopins Piano Concerto No. 2 in F minor, op. 21. The program hehas selected includes Suppé’s Poet and Peasant Overture and Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibi-tion. Phone: 401.248.70003 www.residencesprovidence.com
  • 4. A Northern View from the Residences Floor Plan of the Month Residence 2604 The B1 floor plan is one of our largest two bed- room residence, boasting 1416 square feet. In- cluding a gracious a foyer entrance, and an open kitchen, living room and dining room. The resi- dence has 2 balconies facing North toward the Rhode Island State House and East toward College Hill. Residence 2604 is priced at $848,675 Call the Sales Office and request a private showing of 2604 or any of our other spectacular Residences! (401) 598 –82824
  • 5. Thank you to all of the Residents who donated to Crossroads Rhode Island this holiday season. It is through your warm and generous support that Crossroads is able to serve the children, families and adults who are in need. Kelly Lee and David Riley dropping of donations to Jade Alves, the Community Outreach and Volunteer Coordinator at Crossroads Rhode Island5