If you have seen the posters around Summit, you know a unicorn has been missing. Fortunately, however, it was seen Monday being assisted into the Rochambeau Library on Hope Street.

Unicorns in Residence: Providence is a public art adventure built around visual art by Camomile Hixon and curated by Helene Miller.  The work is hosted by the Partnership for Providence Parks and the Department of Parks and Recreation.

The sparkling promise of a missing unicorn, and the subsequent discovery of a herd of unicorns stampeding and galloping through Providence, will joyfully reveal this city’s creative and independent spirit.

The broad appeal of the unicorns will attract the public to visit the parks, 
cultural institutions and public venues where these gentle 
mythical creatures bestow their magic.

Rochambeau Library will have a unicorn party from 4 to 5:30 p.m., Thursday, May 7, with crafts, stories and more.

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