Archive For January 31, 2017

Annual Chocolate Lover’s Stroll

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Annual Chocolate Lover’s Stroll

A Sweet Event – again – in downtown North Attleborough Date and time set for 21st Annual Chocolate Lover’s Stroll   Downtown Associates of North Attleborough (DANA) will hold the 21st Annual Chocolate Lover’s Stroll on Saturday, February 11, 2075 from 12 noon to 2:00 pm.  The Stroll is sponsored for the 21st time by Dyer-Lake…

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Celebrity Scholarship Dinner

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Celebrity Scholarship Dinner

UMASS DARTMOUTH UMD Announces Celebrity Scholarship Dinner with Red Sox Slugger David Ortiz   The UMass Dartmouth Center for Marketing Research 17th  annual Celebrity/Scholarship Dinner will feature Red Sox Slugger David Ortiz.  The dinner will be held on April 26th 2017 at the Venus de Milo Restaurant in Swansea, MA.   BayCoast Bank and the family…

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“Relishing Rhode Island”

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“Relishing Rhode Island”

RIHS Launches Yearlong Programming Theme on Ocean State Foodways   “Relishing Rhode Island” Offers Wide-Ranging Menu of Events and Partnerships (PROVIDENCE, R.I.) – Each year, the Rhode Island Historical Society features a new programming theme, allowing the organization to explore a compelling aspect of the state’s history through its events, lectures, partnerships, and initiatives. In…

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Little Compton Historical Society

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Little Compton Historical Society

Slavery and Freedom Speakers’ Series Continues in February Talks on Captain Paul Cuffe and Unfreedom in Westport, MA LITTLE COMPTON – Two speakers will share their research and findings on slavery and freedom in Westport, MA. The first will focus on one of New England’s most prosperous and politically active men of color, Westport resident…

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School Choice Week

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School Choice Week

STATE HOUSE CELEBRATION PROVIDENCE–Hundreds of students, parents, teachers, and community leaders gathered at the State House for a rally to celebrate School Choice Week in Rhode Island and show support for increased educational opportunity. On January 26 students and teachers from many schools gathered at the capitol for an afternoon of student performances, including dance,…

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Raimondo Launches Rhode Island Manufacturing Initiative

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Raimondo Launches Rhode Island Manufacturing Initiative

INDUSTRY FOR THE 21st CENTURY GINA RAIMONDO Governor’s package of workforce training and economic development programs aims to rebuild Rhode Island’s manufacturing industry for the 21st Century, create opportunity for Rhode Island families The week after her State of the State address which focused on expanding opportunity to ensure that every Rhode Islander has a…

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MONEY MATTERS

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MONEY MATTERS

Take Control of Your Electronic Entertainment Budget By Nathaniel Sillin It seems like every few weeks there’s a new “must-watch” movie or show. Competition between traditional and new production companies is driving the wave of high-quality content. I can’t complain, but it’s also hard to keep up. I have an ever-growing list of binge-able things…

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SEEKONK PUBLIC LIBRARY

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SEEKONK PUBLIC LIBRARY

SOME FEBRUARY HIGHLIGHTS Cardmaking Workshop Handmade cards are a gift for the maker and receiver to enjoy throughout the year. Join us for a workshop for adults, Cards for All Occasions, at Seekonk Library on Thursday, February 9 at 6 PM. This free program is generously sponsored by The Friends of the Seekonk Public Library….

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GREBIEN CELEBRATES YOUTH COMMISSION

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GREBIEN CELEBRATES YOUTH COMMISSION

Pawtucket Kicks-off Youth Commission Pawtucket – Saturday, Pawtucket’s Youth Commission kicked off their work with an inaugural meeting at the Boys & Girls Club of Pawtucket’s Teen Center. The teens were welcomed by Mayor Donald Grebien, Jim Hoyt, Club Chief Executive Officer, Mark Wildenhain, City Councilman, Michael Araujo, School Committee Member, Lee Rabbitt, Assistant School…

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ACT OPEN AUDITIONS

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ACT OPEN AUDITIONS

Attleboro Community Theatre Attleboro Community Theatre is pleased to announce open auditions for the final show of ACT’s 60th season. “Inherit the Wind” will be directed by Kelli Tallman and auditions will take place on February  15th and 16th from 6:30pm-8:30pm at Cardi’s Furniture store located in South Attleboro. Please take the elevator to the…

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