Providence Children’s Museum building closing temporarily for renovations

THE CHAMPLIN FOUNDATION provided the Providence Children’s Museum an $80,000 grant for renovations, including new flooring for the administrative offices and a new paint job for part of the property. / COURTESY PROVIDENCE CHILDREN’S MUSEUM
PROVIDENCE – With help from a local philanthropic organization, the Providence Children’s Museum is getting a makeover, requiring the building to be closed to the public until Oct. 6. A museum spokesperson said The Champlin Foundation, based in Cranston, is providing nearly $80,000 for a renovation of the museum’s administrative office, including a floor replacement…

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