−EPLAC Hosts Free Workshop on RI Special Education Law @ Edward R. Martin Middle School Library6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Do you have questions about RI Special Education law?
Get answers from Attorney David A. Kane, Esq., JD
This free workshop is being hosted by the East Providence Parent Advisory Committee on Special Education. David Kane is an expert in education and disability law and currently is Vice President, Regional Resource Center & Consultant Group at Sargent Center. His background includes Founder and Director of the “Rhode Island Center for Education and Policy” and Chief Policy Analyst, Legal Interagency Coordinator Rhode Island Department of Education and Rhode island Technical Assistance Project.
The workshop will start with a basic overview of the IEP process, Section 504, Extended School Year (ESY) and differentiated instruction and then have a question and answer period. Come get a better understanding of special education law to effectively advocate for your child’s needs.
Workshop will be held:
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
6:00 – 8:30 p.m. at
Martin Middle School
111 Brown Street
East Providence, RI
Workshop is free and open to the public.
David Kane’s appearance is supported by the East Providence School Department.
For more information, contact Laurie Brown at Sbrown8025@verizon.net
or Jenn Enos at Jenne616@yahoo.com+6:00 pmEPLAC Hosts Free Workshop on RI Special Education Law @ Edward R. Martin Middle School Library
−Holiday Crafts Night @ Macomber Community House7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
The Westport Woman’s Club invites members and guests to a meeting, after which Janice Albanese, local craftswoman from the Corn Crib, will lead participants in making a fall decoration. Members and guests may attend the meeting, take part in the craft, or participate in both. Hostesses for the evening will be Joan Amaral, Judy Menard, Cathy Perry and Alicia Sanford.+7:00 pmHoliday Crafts Night @ Macomber Community House
−Screening of “Jiro Dreams of Sushi” @ The Meeting House7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
As part of its Fall Film Series, the Four Corners Arts Center will show this documentary about 85-year-old Jiro Ono, considered by many to be the world’s greatest sushi chef.+7:30 pmScreening of “Jiro Dreams of Sushi” @ The Meeting House
−How to Tell if Your Baby Has Autism @ Barrington Middle School9:00 pm – 10:00 pm
In this Barrington Community School (BCS) workshop, Joseph Schechtman, a therapist and a senior faculty member at Cambridge College, will address how to observe the inappropriate movements that children with autism spectrum disorders make in attempting to reach motor milestones to right oneself, crawl, sit up and walk. Participants will learn interventions to facilitate appropriate motor development and improvement of social and communication skills.+9:00 pmHow to Tell if Your Baby Has Autism @ Barrington Middle School
−John McCutcheon in Concert @ Sandywoods Center for the Arts7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
McCutcheon is one of America’s most respected and loved folk singers who’s also mastered a dozen different traditional instruments, most notably the rare and beautiful hammer dulcimer. Order advance tickets at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/257833. BYOB and food allowed.+7:00 pmJohn McCutcheon in Concert @ Sandywoods Center for the Arts
−Reading by Taylor M. Polites @ Imago Gallery7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Providence novelist Taylor M. Polites will read from his first novel, “The Rebel Wife,” published earlier this year by Simon & Schuster. The event is co-sponsored by Imago Foundation for the Arts and Mount Hope magazine, based at Roger Williams University.+7:00 pmReading by Taylor M. Polites @ Imago Gallery
−Screening of “An Education” @ Barrington Public Library7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
The 2009 award-winning British film about a teenage girl in 1960s suburban London who gets involved with a playboy nearly twice her age will be shown as part of the library’s independent film series.+7:00 pmScreening of “An Education” @ Barrington Public Library
−Gary Fish and Friends in Concert @ Sandywoods Center for the Arts7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Local resident Gary Fish has been writing songs and playing guitar all his life. He was influenced by jazz and classic rock and roll growing up as a child. He’s been writing songs about the sea and commercial fishing for the last 40 years. He’ll be performing with the Fish and Chips band.+7:00 pmGary Fish and Friends in Concert @ Sandywoods Center for the Arts
−Mom’s Night Out @ The Children's Workshop7:00 pm – 9:00 pmHey Mom, You do so much for your family, that we think you deserve a night off. Come to the Children’s Workshop. We’ll take care of the kids for a while so you can relax and enjoy some long over due Mom Time. -Team TCWWe have some great things in store for you! …Relax with a MassageEnjoy Hors d’oeuvres and RefreshmentsTake advantage of our top notch child care services for FREEEnter to win some fabulous FREE Raffles from our vendorsCatch a glimpse of your future with a Tarot Card ReadingTry some recipes from: -Wild Tree Herbs -Herbal Life -Tastefully SimpleDo some shopping: -Tupperware -Pampered Chef -Avon -31 Pocketbooks -Pretty Neat NailsThis event is FREE and open to public. No enrollment is required. Bring your friends!+7:00 pmMom’s Night Out @ The Children's Workshop
−Classic Rock ‘n’ Roll Benefit Concert @ White’s of Westport8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
The St. John The Baptist Church Honduran Mission Team of Westport presents this show reuniting national recording artist Charlie Quintal and his band, Talk of the Town. Opening the show will be 12-year-old SouthCoast singing sensation Skyler Callahan. The event will offer table seating (reserved for parties of 10), a large dance floor and cash bar. All proceeds will be used to purchase medical supplies, construction and electrical materials, eyeglasses and toys for the poor in and around Juticalpa in the state of Olancho, Honduras.+8:00 pmClassic Rock ‘n’ Roll Benefit Concert @ White’s of Westport