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EARTHTALK: DWELLING TURBINES AND STUFF

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EARTHTALK: DWELLING TURBINES AND STUFF

EarthTalk® From the Editors of E – The Environmental Magazine   Dear EarthTalk: Given all the advances in residential household efficiency, can you paint a picture of what the home of the future will look like? — Jennifer C., Valmeyer, IL   No doubt, homes in the future, whether single family dwellings or apartments in larger…

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CENTENARY HOSTING FAMINE – BREAK – FAST

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CENTENARY HOSTING FAMINE – BREAK – FAST

Youth at Centenary Hosting 30 Hour Famine – Break-fast April 14 6:00 pm Adults $10 Youth $5 Centenary United Methodist Church   The youth at Centenary United Methodist Church will be participating in World Vision’s 30 Hour Famine on April 13-14.   For 30 hours this mighty group of youth and leaders will go without…

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GMO SALMON?

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GMO SALMON?

What You Need to Know About GMO Salmon In 2015, the FDA cleared the way for genetically engineered salmon — with technology pioneered by a company called AquaBounty — to enter the US food supply.   This came after about twenty years of legal hurdles and it seemed like a final victory lap. That didn’t end up…

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PPL: SENSORY STORY TIME

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PPL: SENSORY STORY TIME

Sensory Story Time Class Pawtucket Library 13 Summer Street   Every other Saturday, Starting March 30, 2019  2:30 – 3:30 p.m.  Library Campbell Auditorium   Families with young children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder or another developmental delay are invited to participate in our monthly sensory story time class (March 30th, April 27th, May 11th…

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“WHAT THE EYES DON’T SEE”

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“WHAT THE EYES DON’T SEE”

Living Literature to be part of community’s discussion of What the Eyes Don’t See Weaver Library invites you to take part in Reading Across Rhode Island 2019! A vibrant statewide reading and discussion program, Reading Across RI brings together book and library lovers of all ages inspiring important community conversations.   Join us on Tuesday, April…

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PVD IS COMING BACK

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PVD IS COMING BACK

JUNE 6 – 9, 2019 FirstWorks is proud to partner with Mayor Jorge O. Elorza and the City of Providence’s Department of Art, Culture + Tourism on Providence’s signature arts festival – PVDFest – June 6-9, 2019.   For five years of PVDFest, FirstWorks has curated astonishing performances and spectacles from around the globe, helping to light up the streets of Providence along with…

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LTE: MA SENATOR SONIA CHANG-DIAZ

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LTE: MA SENATOR SONIA CHANG-DIAZ

MASSACHUSETTS EDUCATION PROMISE ACT Dear Friends,  Friday, at a key hearing on school finance reform, I stood with hundreds of students, parents, educators, mayors, civil rights advocates, technology leaders, and a few Patriots players to support the Education PROMISE Act.  The PROMISE Act is the only bill before the committee that implements all five recommendations of the bipartisan…

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TEEN AND CHILDREN’S AUDITIONS

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TEEN AND CHILDREN’S AUDITIONS

THEATRE BY THE SEA ANNOUNCES TEEN AND CHILDREN’S AUDITIONS FOR 2019 SUMMER SEASON   Wakefield, RI – Theatre By The Sea announces Open Children’s and Teen Non-Equity Auditions for its 2019 Summer Season productions of  Singin’ in the  Rain,  Newsies  Saturday Night Fever.   Needed are:   Singin’ in the Rain: Two young boys who are strong tap dancers to play…

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