2015 Gaspee Parade Volunteer Flyer
IS SEEKING VOLUNTEERS TO WALK IN
FUN-FILLED & FAMILY-FRIENDLY EVENT!
In June of 1772 brave colonists
from Rhode Island burned the
British revenue schooner,
HMS Gaspee, in what has
become recognized as the first
overt action leading to the
American Revolutionary War.
Since 1965 the village
of Pawtuxet, RI has
commemorated this act with
the annual Gaspee Days
Parade starts at 10:00 am
Narragansett Parkway, Warwick into Broad Street in Cranston
and through Pawtuxet Village, RI
Energetic volunteers needed to walk with Artists’ Exchange parade
float to show their support and spirit! All ages accepted, children can
be pushed in strollers, wheel chairs welcome. Buses will be available at
the end of the parade route to return participants to parking lots.
*Please note, volunteers must be able to travel full length of parade route, approximately 3 miles.
If interested, contact Emily at
[email protected] or 401.490.9475
Artists’ Exchange is a 501(c)3 nonprofit operated by Gateways to Change, Inc.
50 Rolfe Square Cranston, RI 02910 | www.artists-exchange.org | 401.490.9475