Archive For May 31, 2018

BIRDS OF THE FIRST LIGHT

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BIRDS OF THE FIRST LIGHT

BIRDS OF THE FIRST LIGHT AND LONGHOUSES: THE PRINTS OF JOHN JAMES AUDUBON   Our long-awaited summer exhibition of over sixty Audubon prints opens this Friday, June 1st along with Alison Wells’s first solo, museum exhibition. From the Collection of the New Bedford Free Public Library Curated by Louie Doherty June 1 – October 14, 2018 Reception: Friday,…

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WPI: TOUCH TOMORROW

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WPI: TOUCH TOMORROW

Explore the Wonders of Science, Technology, and Robots at WPI’s TouchTomorrow The university will host the 7th annual free interactive festival on June 9th, 2018 Worcester, Mass. – An amazing day of hands-on fun and learning is returning to Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) on Saturday, June 9. TouchTomorrow, a festival of science, technology, and robots,…

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TOE JAM PUPPET BAND

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TOE JAM PUPPET BAND

 Pawtucket Library   Wednesday, June 6, 2018 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm  Campbell Basement Auditorium    The Pawtucket Public Library invites all to rock, dance and play with the Toe Jam Puppet Band on Wednesday, June 6 at 6:00 pm in the Campbell Auditorium.   Toe Jam Puppet Band has offered a special brand of…

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NATIONAL GRID – PVD – FIRSTWORKS

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NATIONAL GRID – PVD – FIRSTWORKS

National Grid Foundation Supports FirstWorks’ New Environmental Program For Rhode Island Youth Earth First initiative kicks-off at PVDFest with a Cycle Sonic spectacle PROVIDENCE, RI – FirstWorks, a Rhode Island non-profit dedicated to building community through world-class arts, has received a grant from the National Grid Foundation to support their new Arts-Learning initiative, Earth First. The new…

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LTE: FRANK DURANT “GET THE TORCH BACK WHERE IT BELONGS”

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LTE: FRANK DURANT “GET THE TORCH BACK WHERE IT BELONGS”

Dear Neighbors, Voters, Friends Our Taunton Superior Court House was built in 1894. The granite structure featured a magnificent copper dome and was capped by a torch that symbolized enlightenment, hope, truth, justice and liberty. It could be seen from  miles away,  let alone from the Taunton Green. After 109 years , the torch that once…

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A MUST FOR YOUR “BUCKET LIST”

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A MUST FOR YOUR “BUCKET LIST”

View Bristol’s Famous Fourth of July Parade at Linden Place’s Annual Picnic Tickets are on sale for the best seat in town for the 233rd Fourth of July Parade! Is seeing Bristol’s famous Fourth of July Parade on your “bucket list”? Located at the center of the parade route, there is no place like Linden…

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CHARLESTOWN, RI: FROSTY DREW NATURE WEEKS

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CHARLESTOWN, RI: FROSTY DREW NATURE WEEKS

New Program Director Hired for Nature Weeks Meghan O’Brien has accepted the position as the new Program Director for Frosty Drew Nature Weeks. Since 1983, Nature Weeks has been the signature summer program of the Frosty Drew Nature Center in Charlestown, RI.  O’Brien brings seven years of experience in environmental education, including summer day camp…

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RHODE ISLAND PRIDE

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RHODE ISLAND PRIDE

Rhode Island Pride Kicks Off with Annual Flag Raising Providence, RI — Rhode Island Pride will kick off Pride month with the annual Pride Flag Raising Ceremony on Friday, June 1 at 6:00 pm.  Hosted at Providence City Hall by Mayor Jorge Elorza, the Pride Flag Raising at City Hall is the first official event of…

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