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FREE COMMUNITY THANKSGIVING DINNER

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FREE COMMUNITY THANKSGIVING DINNER

Sandywoods Farm’s Free Community Thanksgiving dinner  Sandywoods Farm will once again serve a Community Thanksgiving dinner to all who wish to celebrate the day with us.   The dinner is FREE and will consist of: Turkey and trimmings, Stuffing, Mashed Potatoes with gravy, squash and more. People who attend may bring desserts, drinks or side dishes…

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WARREN RI: CULINARY PROS HOPE AND MAIN

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WARREN RI: CULINARY PROS HOPE AND MAIN

CULINARY PROS INVITED TO ATTEND HOPE & MAIN’S INDUSTRY-ONLY RESOURCE EVENT The Culinary Incubator’s Food Resource Business Exchange has the Right Ingredients for Success   WARREN, RI — Hope & Main, Rhode Island’s flagship food business incubator, will again host its exclusive “one-stop-shop” resource day for industry professionals to compliment its suite of professional and…

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“BIG READ” ATTLEBORO CULINARY EVENT

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“BIG READ” ATTLEBORO CULINARY EVENT

PAN SEARED CORNISH GAME HEN ATTLEBORO – Pan-seared Cornish game hen with cranberry demi-glace is the focal point of a dinner at Attleboro High School Thursday, Oct. 25, the finale to the 2018 NEA Big Read program in the city. This year’s book selection, “Five Skies,” revolves around three men living – and eating –…

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BOOKS BY THE BAG SALE

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BOOKS BY THE BAG SALE

STOCK UP FOR FALL Stock up for fall reading at the Books by the Bag Sale at Weaver Library, 41 Grove Avenue, East Providence and Riverside Library, 475 Bullocks Point Avenue, Riverside, from Monday, October 15 to Sunday, October 21 during library hours. Fill up plastic bags that are provided for only $2 a bagful. …

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EARTH TALK: GASOLINE DRIVEN LEAF BLOWERS

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EARTH TALK: GASOLINE DRIVEN LEAF BLOWERS

Dear EarthTalk: When will those gasoline driven leaf blowers that gardeners use be outlawed? The noise and toxic fumes they emit can’t be good for us. — Judy, via email     Those Those leaf blowers sure can be annoying, just for the noise alone. According to the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, using a…

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RI SMALL GAME HUNTING SEASON OPEN

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RI SMALL GAME HUNTING SEASON OPEN

SMALL GAME HUNTING OPENS THIS MONTH   Season for pheasant, rabbit, squirrel, woodcock, quail, and fox opens October 20   PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) announces that small game hunting season opens this month. The season for pheasant, cottontail rabbit, gray squirrel, bobwhite quail, red and gray fox opens Saturday,…

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NEWPORT HISTORICAL SOCIETY LECTURE

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NEWPORT HISTORICAL SOCIETY LECTURE

Colonial Survival and Modern Revival: Newport in the 1960s Lecture by John R. Tschirch, Visiting Curator of Urban History at the Newport Historical Society ROUGH POINT Newport, RI – The Newport Historical Society and the Newport Restoration Foundation are co-hosting a lecture, Colonial Survival and Modern Revival: Newport in the 1960s by John R. Tschirch, Visiting…

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RHODE ISLAND POST CARD CLUB

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RHODE ISLAND POST CARD CLUB

Rhode Island Post Card Club Annual Post Card Exhibit and Sale October 28, 2018  The Rhode Island Post Card Club’s Annual post card exhibit and sale will be held from 9 AM to 4 PM on Sunday, October 28, 2018, at the Knights of Columbus located at 15 Bassett Street in North Providence. Please note…

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