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RENAISSANCE FAIRE FINDS NEW HOME IN LEBANON

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RENAISSANCE FAIRE FINDS NEW HOME IN LEBANON

19TH ANNUAL CONNECTICUT RENAISSANCE FAIRE FINDS NEW HOME IN LEBANON Popular family festival returns to eastern Connecticut REGIONAL, CT – The Connecticut Renaissance Faire begins celebrating its 19th season on September 2 at its new home on the Lebanon County Fairgrounds in Lebanon, Connecticut. The popular family festival is an enchanted recreation of what a harvest…

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RAPTORS ARE BACK

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RAPTORS ARE BACK

Those Rapturous Raptors Are Back!   Eagles, Owls, Falcons and Hawks Descend on Audubon Audubon Raptor Weekend 2017 Audubon Environmental Education Center, 1401 Hope Street (Route 114), Bristol, RI September 9 & 10, 2017; 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.   They are swooping in! Eagles, Owls, Hawks, and Falcons, formidable and magnificent predators of the…

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PPL: ANIMAL WORLD EXPERIENCE

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PPL: ANIMAL WORLD EXPERIENCE

Animal World Experiences Pawtucket Library Friday, August 25, 2017 10:30am Literacy Classroom, 1st Floor On Friday, August 25th at 10:30am, animal enthusiast Matthew Gabriel from Animal World Experience visits the Pawtucket Public Library for a hands-on educational program. From lizard lounges to millipede mansions, learn about a variety of different shelters animals build and use….

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AFCC 2017 GRANT CYCLE

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AFCC 2017 GRANT CYCLE

Greetings, The AFCC is now accepting a letter of inquiry (LOI) for the Fall 2017 grant cycle.  This is the first step in a two-part process.  Projects that fit within the AFCC criteria will then be invited to submit the full grant application. We made this change because we want to provide support to those who need additional…

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BACK TO SCHOOL FAIR AND SHUFFLE NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH

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BACK TO SCHOOL FAIR AND SHUFFLE NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH

DANA’s Back-to-School Event planned in downtown NA For the 11th time, Downtown Associates of North Attleborough’s annual Back-to-School Shuffle plus the fourth Back-to-School Fair will be held on Aug. 23 in Veteran’s Park, downtown North Attleborough. Fisher College is the sponsor of the Back-to-School events. Organizer Louise Cote says the event came out of a…

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ATTLEBORO HISTORICAL PRESERVATION SOCIETY

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ATTLEBORO HISTORICAL PRESERVATION SOCIETY

Attleboro Show and Tell, September 21st at 6:45 PM – The Attleboro Historic Preservation Society invites you to join in an evening of Attleboro memories.   Bring your old photos, stories and artifacts to the Industrial Museum located at 42 Union Street, Attleboro MA.   On your way, turn down Olive Street and take a…

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NEW RECORD JOB COUNT RI

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NEW RECORD JOB COUNT RI

Governor Raimondo Statement on Rhode Island’s New Record Jobs Count Manufacturing Industry Expands Seven Consecutive Months of Labor Force Growth PROVIDENCE, R.I. –  Governor Gina M. Raimondo issued the following statement today on the creation of 3,100 new jobs in July, including 600 new jobs in manufacturing: “Rhode Islanders were hit hard by the recession and…

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WALK COLLEGE HILL

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WALK COLLEGE HILL

STAGES OF FREEDOM Explore Providence’s oldest neighborhood and the African Americans who lived their varied lives there. Many left an indelible mark on not only the state but the world, including opera diva Sissieretta Jones, landscape artist Edward M. Bannister, Harlem Renaissance author Rudolph Fisher and memoirist William J. Brown. Friday, August 19th, 10-11:30am Tickets: $10…

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