Archive For January 31, 2018

STOP OFFSHORE OIL DRILLING!

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STOP OFFSHORE OIL DRILLING!

SAVE THE DATE: FEBRUARY 28, 2018 RALLY TO STOP DANGEROUS OFFSHORE OIL DRILLING IN NEW ENGLAND WATERS! SAVE THE DATE! The new date for our Save The Bay Rally??to protect our coastline against dangerous offshore drilling is??Wednesday, Feb. 28, 3-7 p.m. The Bureau of Ocean Energy??has rescheduled its Providence public meeting??about the proposal to open…

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ATTLEBORO: SAINT JOHN’S SCHOOL CAREER FAIR

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ATTLEBORO: SAINT JOHN’S SCHOOL CAREER FAIR

STUDENTS LEARN HOW TO TURN PASSIONS INTO A CAREER Students in grades PreK through eighth at St. John the Evangelist School in??Attleboro recently participated in a Career Fair. Parents and community partners represented their businesses and interacted with the students sharing information about their chosen profession, education and job responsibilities. Principal Sister Mary Jane Holden,…

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PROVIDENCE ART CLUB

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PROVIDENCE ART CLUB

Landscape & Memory DANSEREAU_Alishan5.1_24x12. How do you create an experience of place? Providence, RI – February 18, 2018 – Three women artists explore different processes to create paintings that evoke a sense of space and place. Sandra DeSano Pezzullo, Anne Wert & Susan Dansereau are three New England artists who are exploring landscape painting and…

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BRISTOL: SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATION

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BRISTOL: SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATION

Registration Open for Summer Arts Camp at Linden Place Mansion Registration is now taking place for Linden Place???s Summer Arts Camp for Kids. This weekday creative camp, for camper???s ages 6-12, takes place on the historic grounds of Linden Place Mansion. Each day is packed with creative fun from 9:00 am to 2:45 pm as…

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MUSEUM OF WORK AND CULTURE: WOONSOCKET

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MUSEUM OF WORK AND CULTURE: WOONSOCKET

Joseph Lyons Presents Documentary on R.I.???s Industrial Heritage (WOONSOCKET, R.I.) ??? The Museum of Work & Culture will offer the third installment of its free Valley Talks series on Sunday, February 11, at 1:30pm.?? Documentary filmmaker Joseph Lyons will screen Rhode Island’s Industrial Revolution: The Rise and Fall of an Empire, which follows the transition…

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“ONE-CITY APPROACH” PAWTUCKET

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“ONE-CITY APPROACH” PAWTUCKET

Pawtucket Engages Citizens to Help Improve City and School Communication Systems ?? Pawtucket ??? The City of Pawtucket and the Pawtucket School Department launched a “Connect With Us??? landing page for residents and visitors to easily contact us and stay up-to-date with the latest information. The site is available on the City and School homepages….

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LINDEN PLACE: LOIS VAUGHAN QUARTET

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LINDEN PLACE:  LOIS VAUGHAN QUARTET

A Jazz-Inspired Musical Journey with the Lois Vaughan Quartet Learn and enjoy the history of Jazz from ragtime to Latin at Linden Place Mansion LOIS VAUGHAN Let the Lois Vaughan Jazz Quartet take you on a musical journey with an evening of songs that helped to shape the Great American Jazz Tradition. Ranging from ragtime…

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RI: DCYF CARE EXTENSION

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RI: DCYF CARE EXTENSION

Raimondo Announces Extension of DCYF Care for??Youth Up to Age 21 GINA RAIMONDO PROVIDENCE, RI – As part of her FY19 budget, Governor Gina M. Raimondo announced plans to allow young people to access care and support through DCYF up to age 21. Providing an opportunity to continue care up to age 21 will build…

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