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Upcoming Events

Care for the Square 

Saturday, May 4, 2024

9 AM - Noon (Free lunch to follow)

Meet at the Salvation Army (386 Broad St, Providence, RI)

Beautify the Trinity Square area with us! This is an event we do once or twice a year to keep up the care in the area around the intersection of Broad St, Elmwood Ave, and Bridgham St. This spring we will be:

  • Planting flowers in different locations

  • Planting trees

  • Repairing and building new tree guards

  • Landscaping outside Health Concepts building

  • Painting another mural on the side of the Salvation Army


We recommend volunteers bring:

  • Closed-toed shoes

  • Water bottles 

  • Work gloves

  • Garden tools (if you're planting)

Questions? Contact for more info.

Past Events


Thanks to all the volunteers who came out to our spring Care for the Square! We'd like to thank Amos House, Crossroads, Renaissance Church, Southside Cultural Center, Southside Community Landtrust, Avenue Concept, The Salvation Army, Project Weber-Renew, Trinity United Methodist Church, Providence Neighborhood Planting Program, countless residents and others for contributing to this beautification event. 

In October 2022 we completed a mural on the back of Salvation Army on Hayward St and cleaned up Grace cemetery and other areas in Trinity Square. 

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Hosted at the Southside Cultural Center in 2022, our annual summer block party is a day of community building, local food, carnival games, and live music for everyone in the area to enjoy. 

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In July of 2022, Trinity Square Together held a bilingual community forum with each of the candidates running in Providence's upcoming mayoral election. Over 90 community members attended to converse with candidates about political priorities and concerns.

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Our seasonal Care For The Square event is an opportunity to collaborate with other community members on beautification projects around Trinity Square. From trash pick-up to tree-planting, Care For

The Square projects brighten the neighborhood and connect local organizations.

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