Events:

  • A Christmas for Carol

    Co-workers love Carol, but this time of year she gets on everyone’s last nerve, so they formulate a plan for the company party that night. With wacky office hijinks, pranks,

    November 1 - December 31
  • Sense & Sensibility

    A playful new adaptation of Jane Austen’s beloved novel follows the fortunes (and misfortunes) of the Dashwood sisters – sensible Elinor and hypersensitive Marianne – after their father’s sudden death

    November 18 - December 11
  • Miracle on 34th Street

    This is a tale that we want to believe in, that creates a world free of the blatant commercialism that surrounds us, where love and decency and generosity of spirit

    December 1 - December 18
  • Church Basement Ladies

    This musical comedy based on recipes, food, and change in the church is heart-warming, and down to earth. It may remind you of many people you know from churches everywhere.

    December 1 - December 11
  • The Wickhams: Christmas at Pemberly

    Whether upstairs or downstairs, the residents are able to explore the confines of class and discover the warmth of family and the generosity of forgiveness in this charming spin-off of

    December 2 - December 11
  • Are You Garbage?

    Kevin Ryan and H. Foley bring a night of stand-up and a chance for you to ask your Garbage questions.

    December 6 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
  • Are You Garbage?

    Kevin Ryan and H. Foley bring a night of stand-up and a chance for you to ask your Garbage questions.

    December 7 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Emily Cotter

Emily Cotter is a native Rhode Islander with ten years of professional experience in organic agriculture and advocacy. Alongside her work as Cannabis Editor at Motif, Cotter is a co-owner and Director of Operations for Lovewell Farms, a USDA-Certified Organic hemp farm and CBD company based in Hope Valley, RI. She also teaches gardening skills and environmental education programming to incarcerated and formerly incarcerated individuals with GardenTime. In her spare time, Cotter advocates for criminal justice reform and cannabis policy reform, and she organizes with other farmers around food justice issues. She is a proud alumna of Students for Sensible Drug Policy and continues to advocate for compassionate, science-based and equitable drug policies in RI and beyond. Her passions for social justice, sustainability, and all things plants are able to come together in the cannabis space, and she is driven to help create an industry that reflects the goals of the movement behind it. She believes in the power of community, and that the lines between food, drugs, and medicine are not as distinct as one might think.

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