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FESTIVAL BALLET PROVIDENCE

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FESTIVAL BALLET PROVIDENCE

Festival Ballet Providence Presents the 42nd Annual Production of Tchaikovsky’s Enchanting Holiday Ballet, THE NUTCRACKER FBP Company in finale of Act I of The Nutcracker Photo by Thomas Nola-Rion Providence, RI – Festival Ballet Providence’s (FBP) classic holiday production of The Nutcracker returns to Providence Performing Arts Center (PPAC) December 13-15, 2019. Delighting audiences for 42 years, The Nutcracker takes the…

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ATTLEBORO LAND TRUST

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ATTLEBORO LAND TRUST

LARSON WOODLAND GREAT BLUE HERON AT LARSON WOODLAND The Attleboro Land Trust needs volunteers to help at a work party from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon on Saturday, November 23, at Larson Woodland, on the corner of Watson Avenue and Riverbank Road, across the street from Willett School. This work party will launch a project…

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PAWTUCKET LED CONVERSION

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PAWTUCKET LED CONVERSION

City’s LED Street Light Conversion Underway PAWTUCKET MAYOR DON GREBIEN Pawtucket – The City of Pawtucket has announced that the LED street light conversion by Siemens is underway with over 10% of the 6,000 city street lights having been converted already. The Department of Public Works anticipates that all work, which will make Pawtucket cleaner and…

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RIPTA: STUFF A BUS FOOD DRIVE

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RIPTA: STUFF A BUS FOOD DRIVE

RIPTA, Ocean State Job Lot and iHeartMedia To Host Annual Fill-A-Bus Food Drive On Friday, November 15 & Saturday, November 16 Donations Will Benefit We Share Hope, Operation Stand Down and Other Community Groups   Providence, Rhode Island, November XX, 2019 –– The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) is partnering again with Ocean State Job…

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FOLK ARTS APPRENTICESHIPS

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FOLK ARTS APPRENTICESHIPS

RISCA Receives $30,000 Grant for Folk Arts Apprenticeship Collective Teaching Program! RISCA is excited to announce receiving a $30,000 multi-year Folk Art Infrastructure Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts to pilot the Apprenticeship Collective Teaching Program!   The program will feature the Narragansett Indian Tribe Master and Junior Master Artists, with all the…

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CALL FOR ARTISTS

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CALL FOR ARTISTS

Call for Artists: Seeing RED Artists worldwide are invited to submit work that depicts the color red. From cave paintings to modern day, red has been used throughout history to create powerful works of art.   Representing strong emotions like love, passion, fear, and anger. It’s meaning and roles hold a significant amount of symbolism and…

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NOMINATE: ARCHISTAR AWARDS

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NOMINATE: ARCHISTAR AWARDS

2019 Design Awards Celebration! AIAri is pleased to continue the annual ArchiStar Awards program. The purpose of the program is to honor individuals who make outstanding contributions to architecture but who are not architects.   Any AIAri member may nominate an individual who has made significant contributions to a specific project or has had success…

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MIXED MAGIC THEATRE

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MIXED MAGIC THEATRE

RISE TO BLACK: FRIENDS AND PEOPLE WE KNOW – A REASON TO SEE OLD FRIENDS AND MEET NEW ONES ! MIXED MAGIC THEATRE JOIN US FRIDAY NOVEMBER 29 7PM INVITE FRIENDS AND PEOPLE YOU KNOW RISE TO BLACK: FRIENDS AND PEOPLE WE KNOW TICKETS $10, CLICK HERE Mixed Magic’s RISE TO BLACK series continues with FRIENDS AND…

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