Archive For March 29, 2019

BIRDS – BIRDING – HIGHLIGHTS

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BIRDS – BIRDING – HIGHLIGHTS

It’s the Best Time of Year for Birds and Birders! Audubon Offers FREE Guided Bird Walks in May May 2019 Highlights from the Audubon Society of Rhode Island   COMMON YELLOW THROAT BY ED HUGHES (March 28, 2019) – It’s the best birding of the year! Grab your binoculars and search for spring migrants. So…

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ROVING EYE FILM FESTIVAL

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ROVING EYE FILM FESTIVAL

THE 2019 ROVING EYE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL International Festival Enters 14th Year in Collaboration with Roger Williams University and Curated by University Students   (BRISTOL, RI:) The 14th Annual Roving Eye International Film Festival at Roger Williams University, presented in collaboration with in collaboration with the Flickers’ Rhode Island International Film, kicks off April 8th and runs through the 14th. This year’s programming features…

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MAYOR GREBIEN TO HOST COMMUNITY MEETINGS

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MAYOR GREBIEN TO HOST COMMUNITY MEETINGS

Mayor Grebien to Host Series of Community Meetings First One to be Held April 4th at Baldwin School   MAYOR DONALD R. GREBIEN Pawtucket – To promote more open dialogue between the City of Pawtucket and the residents of Pawtucket, Mayor Donald R. Grebien and other officials from City Hall, are holding a series of community meetings…

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A TASTE OF SPRING RAFFLE

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A TASTE OF SPRING RAFFLE

FRIENDS OF EAST PROVIDENCE LIBRARY SPONSOR “A TASTE OF SPRING” RAFFLE Friends of the East Providence Public Library will hold a “Taste of Spring” raffle at the Spring Book Sale at Weaver Library, 41 Grove Avenue, East Providence, from April 25 to 28. More than $500 in prizes will be offered. Included are two tickets…

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WAM: SOUTHEAST ASIA ARTIST IN RESIDENCE

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WAM: SOUTHEAST ASIA ARTIST IN RESIDENCE

Worcester Arts Council Grant Supports 2nd Southeast Asia Artist-in-Residency at WAM Funding allows artists from Southeast Asia to work and study in Worcester for six weeks this summer   Nguyễn Oanh Phi Phi, Specular (2013)   Worcester, MA—March 25, 2019—The Worcester Art Museum has been awarded a $5,000 grant from the Worcester Arts Council to fund the collaborative…

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BE BEAR AWARE

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BE BEAR AWARE

WITH BLACK BEARS EMERGING FROM HIBERNATION, DEM REMINDS RESIDENTS TO PREVENT NUISANCE PROBLEMS BY REMOVING BACKYARD FOOD SOURCES THAT ATTRACT HUNGRY BEARS   PROVIDENCE – With the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) having received its first report of a bear sighting yesterday, DEM is reminding Rhode Islanders to remove potential food sources from their properties…

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ATTLEBORO VNA NATIONAL CERTIFICATION

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ATTLEBORO VNA NATIONAL CERTIFICATION

Community VNA Hospice Staff Achieves National Certification Erika D’Agostino, RN, CHPN, of North Attleboro has been certified as a Hospice and Palliative Nurse.   [Attleboro – March 27, 2019] Erika D’Agostino, Community VNA Hospice nurse, has recently achieved a national certification from the Hospice and Palliative Credentialing Center (HPCC) as a Certified Hospice and Palliative…

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ANDREW WILLIS RI SUNDAY MUSEUM CONCERTS

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ANDREW WILLIS RI SUNDAY MUSEUM CONCERTS

Bach Partitas 1, 2 & 5 “ Willis’ masterful sense of timing and the delicate sound of the instrument held the audience in a profound, attentive silence.” – Washington Post   First Unitarian Church  at Benefit & Benevolent St., Providence, RI   Come enjoy our wonderful Sunday afternoon concert series  followed by wine and cheese get-together with the artists and music lovers!   Tickets can…

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