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In the mid 1970s, the Pawtucket JayCees and other community leaders began exploring the idea of opening Rhode Island’s first (and still its only) children’s museum in Pawtucket. They envisioned a lively learning center modeled on the established children’s museums in Boston and Brooklyn. Local parents, educators and business people formed a committed group of volunteers and incorporated the Children’s Museum as a non-profit organization. The Pawtucket Congregational Church agreed to lease the
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