• 23 Oct 2018
    RHODE ISLAND-CHARLESTON-WEST INDIES

    Lecture at Linden Place Mansion to discuss the fascinating historic ties between Rhode Island, Charleston and the West Indies   BRANDY CULP On Thursday, November 15th at 7 pm, head over to Linden ...

  • 23 Oct 2018
    RAY RICKMAN RECOGNIZED WITH FREDERICK DOUGLAS AWARD

    “STAGES OF FREEDOM” For his sixty years championing civil rights, Stages of Freedom’s Ray Rickman has been honored with the National Parks Service Frederick Douglass Award. ...

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  • RHODE ISLAND-CHARLESTON-WEST INDIES

    Lecture at Linden Place Mansion to discuss the fascinating historic ties between Rhode Island, Charleston and the West Indies   BRANDY CULP On Thursday, November 15th at 7 pm, head over to Linden Place Mansion to hear guest speaker, Brandy Culp, present a program focused on the fascinating historic ties between Charleston, South Carolina, Rhode Island...

  • RAY RICKMAN RECOGNIZED WITH FREDERICK DOUGLAS AWARD

    “STAGES OF FREEDOM” For his sixty years championing civil rights, Stages of Freedom’s Ray Rickman has been honored with the National Parks Service Frederick Douglass Award. Following receipt of the award at Boston’s historic African Meeting House, Ray spoke from the very lectern Frederick Douglass used when he recruited Black soldiers for the 54th Regiment in 1863. Ray told of his civil rights...

  • MASS TECH: CATALYZING ENTREPRENEURS

    Baker-Polito Administration Announces New $100,000 Grant to Catalyze Entrepreneurship on Cape Cod New partnership between Cape Cod Young Professionals and Lowell’s EforAll will use state grant to develop a startup accelerator, pitch events, and network of mentors for Cape entrepreneurs   YARMOUTH – October 22, 2018 – Housing and Economic Development Secretary Jay Ash announced...

  • RETHINKING PLASTIC: A COMMUNITY DISCUSSION

    Attleboro Public Library Thursday, November 8th, 2018 6:30 p.m. Rethinking Plastics Roughly half of annual plastic production is for single use plastic products. National and local news report a glut of recyclables with programs shutting down. Plastic bags clog recycling machinery or litter land and sea, causing harm to wildlife. Can we save our recycling...

  • CULTURAL CENTER OF CAPE COD

    FOOD & BEVERAGES OF NORMANDY FRANCE Chef Joe Cizynski   Monday, November 12 6-8 pm $65 per person On June 6, as Operation Overlord went forward, roughly 160,000 Allied troops crossed the English Channel, supported by seven thousand ships and boats, and landed on the coast of Normandy. The seaborne invasion included nearly 5,000 landing...