Archive For March 31, 2018

SAINT JOHN’S CHURCH ATTLEBORO

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SAINT JOHN’S CHURCH ATTLEBORO

Blessing Ceremony for Church Restoration All are welcome to join the St. John the Evangelist parish members and the St. John’s School students to welcome Bishop da Cunha as he and Fr. Chris Peschel bless the commencement of the restoration of our beautiful church. The Blessing Ceremony will take place on Tuesday, April 24 at…

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PRA STAGE IS SET

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PRA STAGE IS SET

Pawtucket Redevelopment Agency Setting the Stage for the Development Around the Ballpark at Slater Mill PAWTUCKET – The Pawtucket Redevelopment Agency (PRA) is seeking planning and development consultants to assist them in the preparation for the ancillary development around the construction of a new, downtown minor league ballpark. The PRA is working with the City…

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STAGES OF FREEDOM TEA

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STAGES OF FREEDOM TEA

“Girls Tea Party” Returns Seating is Limited to 45 Click the Button Below to Register your Daughter or the Button Below that to Sponsor a Girl Stages of Freedom presents its  6th Annual Tea Party, co-sponsored with Preserve Rhode Island, for young girls of color. Our hostess, Christiana Carteaux Bannister, a Black Victorian, uses taking tea to teach social…

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HISTORIC LEOMINSTER APARTMENTS

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HISTORIC LEOMINSTER APARTMENTS

Ivory Keys Apartments Opening Soon In Leominster Former W. H. Jewett Piano Case Factory Renovation Nears Completion  Leominster, MA – Historic Leominster, MA, will soon be home to a brand new apartment complex, Ivory Keys Apartments located at 140 Adams Street. Owned and developed by Ivory Keys, LLC and managed by Stewart Property Management, the…

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ARISTOCATS AT WEAVER

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ARISTOCATS AT WEAVER

Lloyd Kaplan’s Aristocats in concert at the Weaver Library! The Weaver Library presents The Aristocats in concert on Monday April 16, 2018 at 7PM.  This ensemble of seasoned, professional musicians plays the songs of Tin Pan Alley (Kern, Berlin, Porter, and Gershwin) in a swing style “not too loud and not too far out.”   Playing…

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SAINT JOHN’S SCHOOL ATTLEBORO

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SAINT JOHN’S SCHOOL ATTLEBORO

LENTEN SERVICE PROJECT TO HELP NEW HOPE The Pre-K students from St. John the Evangelist School in Attleboro recently collected crafts and teeth hygiene items for New Hope as their 6th Annual Lenten Service Project. According to Pre-K teacher Mrs. Kim Cavanaugh, “The goal of the project is alms giving during Lent. We try to…

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BRISTOL: A BRAZILIAN JAZZ CONCERT

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BRISTOL: A BRAZILIAN JAZZ CONCERT

Bossa Nova! A Brazilian Jazz Concert featuring the Debra Mann Trio at Linden Place Mansion DEBRA MANN TRIO This performance features the bossa-nova and Brazilian jazz compositions of Antonio Carlos Jobin by the Debra Mann Trio on Sunday, April 15, 2018 at 2 PM Linden Place Mansion is hosting the Debra Mann Trio on Sunday,…

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NEWPORT: MEMORIES PHOTO SCANNING

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NEWPORT: MEMORIES PHOTO SCANNING

Rhode Island Memories Scanning Session Newport Historical Society to host The Pediment Group, a publishing company, for a public scanning session of historic photographs.   Newport, RI – On Friday, April 13, 2018 from 3pm to 6pm, The Pediment Group will hold a scanning event at the Newport Historical Society Resource Center at 82 Touro…

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MICHAEL INGBAR GALLERY

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MICHAEL INGBAR GALLERY

“Your Eyes Don’t See It!” Christopher Burkett Photography Opening Tuesday April 3rd, 2018 Christopher Burkett, “Resplendent Leaves at Sunset”, Cibachrome Photograph We are pleased to announce that one of our bestselling artists, noted photographer Christopher Burkett is being featured with a 5 minute special on the PBS NewsHour Weekend tentatively scheduled at 6pm Saturday March…

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PANS AND RAIN GEAR

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PANS AND RAIN GEAR

EARTH TALK Dear EarthTalk: Just when I finally purged my kitchen of non-stick cookware due to the risks posed by Teflon, I now learn that my rain jacket and waterproof boots are also putting my health at risk from exposure to similar “hydrophobic” chemicals. What’s a concerned outdoors person to do about staying dry and…

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