Archive For April 22, 2019

WAVEMAKER FELLOWSHIPS OPPORTUNITY OPEN

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WAVEMAKER FELLOWSHIPS OPPORTUNITY OPEN

Raimondo Announces Wavemaker Fellowship Open for Applications Innovative Program Has Helped Hundreds of Rhode Islanders Working in STEM and Design Fields   PROVIDENCE, RI-Governor Gina M. Raimondo and the Rhode Island Commerce Corporation announced the re-opening of Wavemaker Fellowship Applications, a competitive student loan reimbursement program for recent graduates working in STEM and certain design…

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SPRING SPECTACULAR BOOK SALE AT WEAVER LIBRARY

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SPRING SPECTACULAR BOOK SALE AT WEAVER LIBRARY

FRIENDS OF EAST PROVIDENCE LIBRARY EVENT   THANK CHERYL FOR SORTING  Friends of the East Providence Public Library will welcome spring at Weaver Library, 41 Grove Avenue, East Providence, with its annual Spring Book Sale on Friday, April 26 and Saturday, April 27 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Sunday, April 28 from…

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POMHAM ROCK ANNUAL EARTH DAY PROJECT

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POMHAM ROCK ANNUAL EARTH DAY PROJECT

Help Clean Up Lighthouse Cove   Friends of Pomham Rocks Lighthouse will join in Earth Day activities this year by sponsoring a clean up of the shoreline at Lighthouse Cove, from the water treatment plant to Exxon Mobil’s property, and the adjacent East Bay Bike Path.   Members of Riverside Renaissance Movement and employees and…

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DAFFODIL-WHIRLIGIGS-TREASURE ISLAND

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DAFFODIL-WHIRLIGIGS-TREASURE ISLAND

THREE APRIL EVENTS AT FOUR CORNERS Desiree Brunton at info@FourCorners Arts.org  “The Art of the Daffodil: An Adult Watercolor Workshop”  April 27th, 2019 1:30 am – 2:30 pm Four Corners Art Center, 3852 Main Road, Tiverton, RI    $12 in Advance $15 drop-in    REGISTRATION ENCOURAGED   Four Corners Arts Center is pleased to be offering “The Art of…

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A HISTORY SPACE PROGRAM

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A HISTORY SPACE PROGRAM

What Cheer Day 2019: Sports and Games from the 18th Century   Newport, RI – Keep your eye on the ball during the 2019 What Cheer Day! The Rhode Island Historical Society’s annual living history event continues its partnership with the Newport Historical Society in this joint History Space program which will highlight a diverse…

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EARTHTALK: CLIMATE CHANGE POLICY

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EARTHTALK: CLIMATE CHANGE POLICY

EarthTalk® From the Editors of E – The Environmental Magazine   JAY INSLEE Dear EarthTalk: Do all the Democratic contenders for President in 2020 agree on the need to battle climate change? Which ones have demonstrated the most leadership on environmental issues?— Joe Bradley, Minneapolis, MN   With 18 Democrats already declared as running for…

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WATERSHED RAMBLES

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WATERSHED RAMBLES

The herring are running! And…to help satisfy my layman’s curiosity about fish commonly referred to as herring, I have in hand and presently reading a wonderfully poetic literary treatment of our seasonal subject at hand, the annual running of the herring. The book is suggested to me by Eugenia Marks, well known for her environmental…

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LITERACY CENTER ATTLEBORO

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LITERACY CENTER ATTLEBORO

Get tickets today for The International Tasting 4/24 Almost sold out! The Literacy Center’s 6th Annual International Tasting  April 24, 2019 5:30-8 pm 20+ Restaurants *  Incredible Raffle Prizes *  50/50 & Giveaways Full Cash Bar  * Photobooth * Wine Toss Game   Plus kick up your heels with DJ Steve Bishop and a Live Radio Broadcast!   Sip, sample, and celebrate the diversity of…

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