July 2020
“Our faith is firm and unwavering in the broad principles of human rights proclaimed in 1776, not only as abstract truths, but as the corner stones of a republic.” Declaration of Rights of the Women of the United States – July 4, 1876
written by Susan B. Anthony, Matilda Joslyn Gage and Elizabeth Cady Stanton on behalf of the National Woman Suffrage Association.
Lippitt House Museum's English Language Learner (ELL) Program Goes Virtual
An ELL class visits Lippitt House in March 2020
Lippitt House Museum's ELL Program, "Immigration and Change in Rhode Island in the Golden Age," was recently reconfigured for distance learning.

Curator of Education, Cathy Saunders, has transitioned the program for remote learning while still focusing on the program's literacy objectives and civic engagement theme.

The Museum is planning to offer more ELL classes in the future through the RI Family Literacy Initiative at Providence Public Library .

Lippitt House Museum's Instagram Account
Nears 1,000 Followers
Thank you to all who follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. With the Museum temporarily closed, staff have increased efforts to communicate through the Museum’s social media channels and website. We are thrilled to see an increased number of followers! If you haven’t already, please follow @lippitthousemuseum on Instagram and help us reach 1,000 followers (only 35 more to go).
Small Weddings At Lippitt House Museum
Photo by Lisa Berry Photography
With the COVID-19 crisis in mind, we understand there is an increased interest in outdoor venues that can accommodate intimate wedding ceremonies and photo opportunities. If you’re planning a small wedding, consider Lippitt House Museum’s exquisite grounds with garden, verandas and fountain, for your special day. Conveniently located on Providence’s historic East Side, the Museum offers an unrivaled opportunity to host guests in the opulence of a high-style Victorian mansion venue. For more information, please visit the Museum's web page for Wedding Event Rentals .
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