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FREE SUMMER SCHOOLYARD CONCERT SERIES

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FREE SUMMER SCHOOLYARD CONCERT SERIES

HOPE & MAIN AND COMMON FENCE MUSIC PRESENT MAGNOLIA Warren, RI – Common Fence Music and Hope & Main are excited to announce that they will be partnering this summer to bring a free concert series to Hope & Main’s Schoolyard Market, located at 691 Main Street, Warren, RI, 02885, every 2nd-to-last Sunday of the month, June-September…

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UNITED REGIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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UNITED REGIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Welcome New Member Sterling Lofts Attleboro   STERLING LOFTS Attleboro’s NEWEST 55+ adult apartment Community is now leasing for October occupancy!   Located at 67 Mechanic Street, this historic mill was once the home of the makers of high-grade silver products, jewelry, and sterling flatware. Today the mill has been preserved into modern apartment living for…

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“WEE ENGINEERS”

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“WEE ENGINEERS”

Museum of Science, Boston Recognized by SIIA as Best PreK/Early Childhood Learning Solution Museum’s new Engineering Curriculum for PreK students, Wee Engineer, Earns Prestigious Industry Recognition   BOSTON – The Museum of Science, Boston is thrilled to announce today that the nation’s first engineering curriculum for PreK students, Wee Engineer, was named the Best PreK/Early Childhood…

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BLOCKCHAIN-BASED DIPLOMAS

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BLOCKCHAIN-BASED DIPLOMAS

Southern Alberta Institute of Technology   SAIT Graduates Are the Largest Canadian Class to Receive Blockchain-Based Diplomas   Partnership with ODEM empowers students to control their educational records ZUG, Switzerland – (Newswire.com) – ODEM, the premier blockchain-based education marketplace, is joining with the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) in Calgary, Canada, to grant digital diplomas…

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DEM: OPEN SPACE IN CHARLESTOWN, RI

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DEM: OPEN SPACE IN CHARLESTOWN, RI

DEM PERMANENTLY PRESERVES 43 ACRES OF OPEN SPACE IN CHARLESTOWN ABUTTING BURLINGAME MANAGEMENT AREA   With funding provided through state Open Space Bonds, the $256,500 acquisition will enhance recreational opportunities in southern Rhode Island.   PROVIDENCE – The Department of Environmental Management (DEM) announces the permanent protection of 43 acres of forested land in Charlestown for…

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DIXIELAND MUSIC AND STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE

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DIXIELAND MUSIC AND STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE

The North Attleborough Historical Society presents  “An Afternoon of Dixieland Music and Strawberries.”   On Saturday, June 29th, the Dixie Die Hards will be performing on the grounds of the North Attleborough Historical Society.    Tickets are $10 each and include a tour of the Garrison House as well as a strawberry shortcake dessert!!   The…

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BIKE QUINCY TO CAPE COD

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BIKE QUINCY TO CAPE COD

JUNE 29 – 30 BETH Thousands of Cyclists Will Ride Toward a World Free of MS QUINCY, MA — Nearly 1,600 cyclists will set out June 29-30 to raise $2.8 million to make a difference in the lives of nearly 1 million people living with multiple sclerosis in the U.S. Cyclists will challenge themselves with…

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WARREN RI HOPE AND MAIN

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WARREN RI HOPE AND MAIN

EAT, LEARN, GROW & GROOVE EVERY SUNDAY IN THE EAST BAY   Hope & Main’s Schoolyard Market is stacked this summer WARREN, RI (June 16, 2019) — The State’s first food business incubator continues its popular farmers-makers market this summer with a bit of a twist. On Father’s Day, Hope & Main’s “Schoolyard Market” will open…

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POND HOME WRENTHAM MA

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POND HOME WRENTHAM MA

Pond Home’s Most Recent Expansion & Renovation Complete June 2019—Wrentham, MA Pond Home’s Administrator Rebecca Annis is pleased to announce the completion of Pond Home’s most recent renovation and expansion project.  This project included an expansion of the first floor nursing station, as well as additional renovations.    According to Annis, the not-for-profit retirement home…

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LTE: DOUCETTE ON DISTRICT #17 SCHOOL HOUSE

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LTE: DOUCETTE ON DISTRICT #17 SCHOOL HOUSE

WATERSHED RAMBLES BY DON DOUCETTE SEVEN MILE RIVER HILL-ROBERTS CAMPUS As a seasoned Attleboro citizen, I was pleased to see the My Backyard feature about the four Hill-Roberts School Kindergartens yearly student population having the distinct opportunity to visit the campus District #17 one room school. MS GORDON’S CLASS WALKING TO LITTLE RED SCHOOL HOUSE…

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