Thank you so much to 30 hearty folks who braved chilly, drizzly weather and came to our 19th annual spring cleanup Saturday April 27. We are so grateful for your enthusiasm and good cheer and all you did picking up litter and weeding and […]
The RI Supreme Court has ordered mediation on May 13 between Providence, FIPP, National Grid, and East Providence to discuss coming to an agreement that would result in burying at least some of the power lines using the $18 million that has been set aside for burial […]
Join people of all ages for springtime sprucing up of the Park: weeding, pruning, mulching and trash pickup in the pedestrian bridge and beds of the Park. We provide work gloves, lawn bags, tools, sun screen, bug repellent, bathroom access, good cheer and gratifying outdoor […]
Join us for a Friends of India Point Park (FIPP) Walking Tour of Shoreline Restoration! Brian Byrnes, Deputy Superintendent of the Providence Parks Department, will lead an informational walking tour of repair work on the Park’s eroding seawall. Starting at the southeast corner of the […]
Adopt-A-Spot volunteers planting new gorgeous plants on the pedestrian bridge. Many thanks to everyone! Come and check it out!
On Friday morning, Sept. 14, twenty Simulia Corp. volunteers helped us plant 150 shrubs and other plants on the steep bed, weed other beds, and fill two large trucks with weeds. Simulia has helped us every year since 2009. We are so grateful for their […]
Gorgeous plants from Morning Start Nurseries, Blue Moon Farm and the Rhode Island Natural History Survey. On September 14th, volunteers from Simulia, a RI company, and friends of the Park will plant them in the bridge and ramps adding to the already thriving varieties.
Thank you so much for contributing to our appeal to the RI Supreme Court, which the City of Providence has filed jointly with Friends of India Point Park (FIPP), the Hilton Garden Inn, and the RI Seafood Festival. Your electronic donations and checks have raised $15,610! In […]
THANK YOU TO THE SPECTACULAR GROUP OF 40 VOLUNTEERS AT OUR 18th ANNUAL CLEAN UP for weeding and pruning the beds on the pedestrian bridge and next to the bike path tunnel, playground, and parking lot, and mulching a dozen young trees! Your hard work […]