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CALL TO ARTISTS

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CALL TO ARTISTS

COLOR MY WORLD: AN EXHIBIT OF WORK THAT USES COLOR TO ENGAGE, EXCITE, INSPIRE Artists worldwide are invited to submit work that uses color to great effect BUT DOES NOT DEPICT FLOWERS. For four days during the “Color My World” exhibit, the Garden Club of Hyannis, Massachusetts will display floral arrangements and designs inspired by…

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ATTLEBORO: RIVER CLEAN-UP

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ATTLEBORO: RIVER CLEAN-UP

PLEASE JOIN US FOR THE 13TH  ANNUAL CITY OF ATTLEBORO RIVER CLEAN-UP SATURDAY MAY 4th, 2019   (RAIN OR SHINE)   8:00 AM TO 11:00 AM   MEET AT THE COMMUNITY GARDENS, RIVERBANK ROAD, Attleboro, MA   (GPS: 37 Hayward Street, Attleboro for approximate location)   PLEASE CONTACT CONSERVATION AGENT NICK WYLLIE FOR MORE INFORMATION: 508-223-2222…

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“THE PROVIDENCE PROJECT”

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“THE PROVIDENCE PROJECT”

Year of the City: The Providence Project is an unprecedented year-long exploration of the history, life, and culture of Providence’s twenty-five neighborhoods through exhibitions, performances, walks, lectures, and conferences produced by more than 50 different curators.   April 15, 2019 – What do we know about Providence? In some ways, we know a lot –…

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DERBY DAY AT LINDEN PLACE MANSION

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DERBY DAY AT LINDEN PLACE MANSION

2nd Annual Derby Day Party at Linden Place An afternoon of true southern hospitality at Linden Place’s 2nd Annual Derby Day Party on Saturday, May 4, 2019 from 4 pm-8 pm.   Can’t make it to Churchill Downs this May 4th? You can still get in on the Derby action because Linden Place Mansion is off to…

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EARTHTALK: EARTH DAY

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EARTHTALK: EARTH DAY

EarthTalk® From the Editors of E – The Environmental Magazine   Dear EarthTalk: Earth Day (April 22) is coming around again soon. What is the theme for this year’s festivities? How can I find events or celebrations near me?  — J. P., Columbus, OH   Each year upwards of 500 million people in 174 countries…

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OP-ED: 21ST CENTURY SCHOOLS

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OP-ED: 21ST CENTURY SCHOOLS

Schools must evolve for the 21st century  By Andrew Meyers and Tom Vander Ark Lyft recently announced that it would be going public. Uber isn’t far behind. In little more than a decade, the two companies have upended the transportation sector — and transformed how we think about both transportation and work.   If only…

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BBB: VACATION SCAMS

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BBB: VACATION SCAMS

BBB Warning Travelers of Vacation Deal Scams By Shannon Boyle Most people know that the best travel and vacation deals are found when you finalize your reservations as early as possible.   Scammers know this too and this is likely the reason why since the start of 2019, the Better Business Bureau (BBB) has already…

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ATTLEBORO COMMUNITY THEATRE

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ATTLEBORO COMMUNITY THEATRE

“I HATE HAMLET” Attleboro Community Theatre (ACT) is thrilled to continue its 62nd Season with I HATE HAMLET, written by Paul Rudnick and directed by James Sulanowski (Cranston, RI).    Set in John Barrymore’s old apartment in New York City, the play follows successful television actor Andrew Rally as he struggles with taking on the dream…

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WRENTHAM CONCERT APRIL 27, 2019

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WRENTHAM CONCERT APRIL 27, 2019

BILL & KATE ISLES, FOLK SINGERS, IN WRENTHAM SATURDAY APRIL 27   Bill & Kate Isles will be performing on Saturday, April 27, 7:30 p.m., at the Original Congregational Church in the center of Wrentham.   They are an acoustic singer/songwriter duo based in Duluth, Minnesota.   Using a wide variety of musical styles, their…

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ATTLEBORO ARTS MUSEUM

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ATTLEBORO ARTS MUSEUM

Attleboro Arts Museum’s Art Lovers Book Club Presents  Artist Colonies A Spotlight on Creative Communities – Assorted Books   On Saturday, April 27th, from 2-4 pm, the Art Lovers Book Club will be discussing artist colonies – gathering places where artists can go to live, work, and interact with like-minded individuals. These special places nurture…

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