Archive For April 30, 2019

EARTHTALK: HEALTHY GREEN SNACKS

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EARTHTALK: HEALTHY GREEN SNACKS

EarthTalk® From the Editors of E – The Environmental Magazine   Dear EarthTalk: I’m looking for ideas for healthy, green snacks to have around the house and for packing with the kids’ lunches. Any ideas? — Mickey P., Salt Lake City, UT   There are so many healthy, green food options out there today that the…

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MOTHER’S DAY PLANT SALE SMITHFIELD, RI

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MOTHER’S DAY PLANT SALE SMITHFIELD, RI

Revive the Roots Celebrates Mom at 2nd Annual Mother’s Day Plant Sale  May 12th from 10 am to 3 pm, Moms and Mother Nature will be celebrated at Revive the Roots’ second annual Mother’s Day Plant Sale.  Revive the Roots, Located at 374 Farnum Pike in Smithfield RI, is a permaculture based non-profit that has provided walking…

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ANGELICA WILL TAKE THE WALKING SCHOOL BUS

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ANGELICA WILL TAKE THE WALKING SCHOOL BUS

Education Commissioner’s First Day: Family Service of RI Walking School Bus Angélica Infante-Green starts new job Monday walking with kids at Kizirian Elementary   PROVIDENCE, RI — The kids participating in Family Service of Rhode Island’s Walking School Bus at Providence’s Kizirian Elementary will have the ear of the new leader of the state’s schools as she walks…

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NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH HISTORICAL MAY BREAKFAST INCLUDES A PIECE OF PIE

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NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH HISTORICAL MAY BREAKFAST INCLUDES A PIECE OF PIE

North Attleborough Historical Society May Breakfast The NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH  HISTORICAL  SOCIETY will hold its annual May Breakfast on Sunday, May 5th, between the hours of 8:30 A.M. and 11:30 A.M.   The breakfast is served in the Little Red Schoolhouse which is next door to the Woodcock Garrison house at 362 North Washington Street; the…

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MA WIND FARM IMPACT ON FISHERIES

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MA WIND FARM IMPACT ON FISHERIES

Offshore Wind Farm has MA Analyzing Impact on Fisheries By Laura Rosbrow-Telem – Commonwealth News Service   NEW BEDFORD, Mass. – A proposed offshore wind farm south of Martha’s Vineyard could be the first industrial-sized facility of its kind in the U.S.. The company Vineyard Wind expects to build the 84 turbine wind installation this year,…

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SWANS SWEEP INTO PROVIDENCE

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SWANS SWEEP INTO PROVIDENCE

FESTIVAL BALLET It’s a timeless tale known and beloved around the world for generations: Swan Lake , the iconic story of young love and wicked deception sweeps into The Vets this Mother’s Day Weekend. Join us and experience the story unfold before your eyes, with magnificent sets, elegant costumes and world class dancing that will leave you…

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RIHS: SPRING FORWARD. . .THINK BACK

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RIHS: SPRING FORWARD. . .THINK BACK

“Spring Forward…Think Back, Horsing Around: Rhode Island’s Horse Racing Heyday”   Rhode Island Historical Society Announces Spring Forward Event and Panel Discussion   PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The Rhode Island Historical Society (RIHS), has announced two events to celebrate the memories of Rhode Island’s history of horse racing.   Join us on Thursday, May 2nd at 5:30pm for ‘Memories…

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STAGES: FOUR EVENTS IN JUNE

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STAGES: FOUR EVENTS IN JUNE

Four Events in June Examine Rhode Island’s Deep Involvement in Slavery As the nation observes 400 years of slavery in America, Stages of Freedom takes the opportunity to examine, discuss and commemorate Rhode Island’s long and complicated role in the slave trade and its gradual abolition in a series of four events. The events include:…

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RIHS: EN COMPASS

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RIHS: EN COMPASS

Rhode Island Historical Society Awarded Grant to Complete Online Rhode Island History Textbook PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The Rhode Island Historical Society (RIHS), has been awarded a $10,000 matching grant from the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities (RICH) to complete seven chapters for EnCompass:  A Digital Archive of Rhode Island History, and online textbook for K-12 students and educators.  RIHS…

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DUCKS UNLIMITED

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DUCKS UNLIMITED

Ducks Unlimited recognizes top Massachusetts fundraising chapters BOSTON, Massachusetts, – Ducks Unlimited recently announced the top volunteer chapters across the nation honored in three categories: Chairman’s Roll of Honor, President’s Elite and President’s Roll of Honor. The Chairman’s Roll of Honor designation is reserved for the chapters that raised between $250,000 and $999,999, while those…

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