Party with Our Ten at the Providence G Ballroom

Mingle with Providence's movers and shakers on January 21


In celebration of our 2015 "Ten to Watch" list, we're throwing our signature party at the Providence G on January 21st, with a portion of the proceeds benefitting the Mt. Hope Learning Center.

Meet innovators and pioneers in their respective fields - from government, education, art, media, community building, public safety, technology, food and more - who are truly making strides towards creating a better city for the people of Providence.

Dance to music provided by the Avenue Concept, enjoy food from Blackstone Caterers and free valet parking.

Tickets are $35 at the door.

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