Carole Ann Penney, 401-273-2250, caroleann@rihumaniti es.org
Rhode Island Council for the Humanities presents the annual Celebration of the Humanities. This year will mark a special celebration of the organization's fortieth anniversary.
Hosted by Honorary Co-Chairs Nuala Pell and Tom Roberts, the event will take place on Thursday, October 10th from 6-8pm at the Biltmore Hotel Grand Ballroom.
Featuring: Open wine bar provided by Campus Fine Wines, hors d’oeuvres, silent and live auctions, and the presentation of two distinguished awards: the Tom Roberts Prize for Creative Achievement in the Humanities will be presented to Christina Bevilacqua of the Providence Athenaeum, and the Honorary Chairs’ Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Humanities will be presented to George Wein of the Newport Festivals Foundation.
This event is made possible by: Kate & Howard Kilguss, William & Alison Vareika, Bryant University, and Providence College.
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