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The Arc celebrates Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month in March and attended a rally at the RI Statehouse on March 29, 2018

We’ve been making a difference in our community by helping people with intellectual and developmental disabilities assimilate within their community and gain acceptance and understanding. See for yourself!

Flying Shuttles to Exhibit at the Fine Furnishings Show at Waterfire Arts Center, November 8-10th.
Download this pdf form to print a VIP half price admissions flyer.

Join Flying Shuttles at the Warren Folk Festival on Sunday, September 8th from 1-7pm. It is free and open to the public and will feature music, art, food and more! 30 Cutler Street in Warren.

COVE Pop Up Shop at Flying Shuttles Studio is happening on Saturday, September 7th, 10am - 4pm at the Still On Main Mall, 250 Main Street in Pawtucket. Support the creative endeavors of artists with intellectual and developmental disabilities! The Pop Up Shop will feature pottery, weaving and fine art.

Flying Shuttles Art and Weaving Studio will be exhibiting at the Providence Artisans Market this Saturday, August 3rd from 9am - 2pm.
The Market is located at Lippitt Memorial Park, 1015 Hope Street in Providence. Free and open to the public.

Author and teacher Anne Tucker Roberts presents an honest and candid talk about five remarkable women who cared for and supported individuals with Down Syndrome on Wednesday, July 31 at 6pm at the Bristol Train of Artillery Museum, 135 State Road, Bristol. Free and open to the public.

Grand Preview, Open Studio & Pop Up featuring Flying Shuttles Artists and other studios! Saturday, May 15, 9am - 5pm, 250 Main Street, in Pawtucket.

October 18, 2019

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Join author of Five Courageous Mothers, Anne Tucker Roberts, for a candid and honest discussion for anyone who has a relationship with a person with a disability.

Wednesday, July 31 at 6pm at the Bristol Train of Artillery Museum, 135 State Road in Bristol. Free and open to the public.

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