Archive For July 29, 2019

CELEBRATE RIGHT WHALE DAY

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CELEBRATE RIGHT WHALE DAY

Massachusetts to Celebrate Right Whale Day By Jenn Stanley-Commonwealth News Service   BOSTON – The Massachusetts State House is hosting Save the Right Whale Day this afternoon. The event celebrates a state resolution around the efforts to save the North Atlantic right whale.  The resolution supports the federal bipartisan SAVE Right Whales Act, and goes even…

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NORTON PUBLIC LIBRARY

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NORTON PUBLIC LIBRARY

Norton Library July 31- August 9th Events Norton Public Library Event – SpaceCraft Storytime Join Miss Ellen Wednesday July 31st at 10:30 AM in the Community Room for SpaceCraft Storytime, a program of stellar stories and hands-on creativity. Ages 0-8. No registration. CONTACT:  Leah Labrecque  508-286-2696  leah@sailsinc.org   Norton Public Library Event – Rockets: There & Back Again…

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THE POLAR EXPRESS

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THE POLAR EXPRESS

We’re celebrating Christmas in July! Save on Polar Express Train Ride tickets through this weekend!  From July 25th – 28th SAVE $10 PER TICKET for any trip!   Use promo code: CHRISTMAS10 *Good for new ticket purchases made from 12 AM on 7/25/19 – 11:59 PM on 7/28/19. Sorry, no refunds or exchanges PURCHASE TICKETS…

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THE POETRY FOUNDATION

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THE POETRY FOUNDATION

Gwendolyn Brooks Youth Poetry Awards Celebrate Young Writers Across Illinois CHICAGO, July 2019 – Young poets from across Illinois named winners of the 2019 Gwendolyn Brooks Youth Poetry Awards, an annual competition open to all Illinois writers in grades K–12. The winners were selected from a pool of 260 submissions representing 67 Illinois schools, 43…

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EARTHTALK: “ALL THE NOISE”

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EARTHTALK: “ALL THE NOISE”

EarthTalk® From the Editors of E – The Environmental Magazine Dear EarthTalk: I’ve noticed more and more air traffic over my house in Seattle and I’m getting a little sick of all the noise. Is there anything I can do to force the airlines to disperse their routes more widely or, even better, cut back…

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CHRISTINE PEDI AT THEATRE BY THE SEA

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CHRISTINE PEDI AT THEATRE BY THE SEA

SIRIUSXM RADIO’S “ON BROADWAY” HOST CHRISTINE PEDI TO APPEAR AT THEATRE BY THE SEA ON AUGUST 5 CHRISTINE PEDI WAKEFIELD, RI – Theatre By The Sea (TBTS) owner and producer Bill Hanney is proud to welcome Christine Pedi to Theatre By The Sea on Monday, August 5 as part of the Monday Concerts and Events Series. Ms. Pedi, the daily host of “The Broadway Breakfast”…

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LEON MATHIEU CENTER

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LEON MATHIEU CENTER

Leon Mathieu Senior Center Receives AARP Grant for Outdoor Activity Center Pawtucket – The Leon Mathieu Senior Center received the 2019 AARP Community Challenge, which will provide $11,933 in funds toward creating an Outdoor Activity Center intended to encourage older adults and community members to socialize.   “We thank AARP for presenting this generous grant to…

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COVENTRY, RI: THE TRESTLE TRAIL

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COVENTRY, RI: THE TRESTLE TRAIL

RECONSTRUCTION OF CULVERTS UNDER TRESTLE TRAIL UNDERWAY   New culverts will mitigate beaver activity and flooding at Carbuncle Pond in Coventry.   The Department of Environmental Management (DEM) announces that the reconstruction of culverts on the western portion of the Trestle Trail in Coventry is underway.   Originally constructed as a railroad in the 1800’s,…

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