This fall, Roger Williams National Memorial and its community partners present "Inspired Providence" a bold look at our city's rich cultural history from Roger Williams' "lively experiment" in 1636 to the rise of a "creative capital". On Thursday evenings from September 30th-November 10th, join us for seven nights of civic discourse and lively debate as we explore the events, individuals, and beliefs that have inspired Providence both past and present.
All talks are free and open to the public. Visit for a complete list of venues and event descriptions.
This series is made possible through major funding from the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities-an independent state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities-with support from Roger Williams National Memorial and presented in conjunction with the citywide Celebrate Providence 375 Years celebration. For more information about Celebrate Providence 375 Years events, visit .