April 20, 2018
Scouts & Civic Organizations
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After 14 years of loving, historic restoration, members of Friends of Pomham Rocks Lighthouse are ready to celebrate the completion of that long-awaited goal with a real bang. And the public is … more
Free and open to the public. The Attleboro Historic Preservation Society cordially invites everyone to attend their April 19th program, Archaeology of Attleboro, presented by David Burbine of the … more
(Rehoboth, MA) – Join award-winning mixologist Willa Van Nostrand of Little Bitte Artisanal Cocktails for an evening of craft cocktail making inspired by turn-of-the-century cocktails. Build 2 … more
The Kiwanis of Greater Seekonk would like to thank everyone who attended the 22nd annual Taste of the Towns on March 6th at the Grand Rose Ballroom in the Seekonk Clarion Inn. The profits from this … more
A Psychic Fair will be held at the Taunton Yacht Club, 2125 Water Street, Dighton on Saturday, April 28th from 10 AM to 5 PM. Readings are $20.00 for twenty minutes. There will also be a vendor … more
The Bristol County fifes & drums have been busy through the month of March parading for Saint Patrick’s Day. Beginning with Pawtucket, followed by Providence and rounding out with the Newport … more
The Seekonk Lions Club’s Fifth Annual Doug Allan Fishing Tournament will be held on Patriots Day Monday, April 16, 2018 at the Old Grist Mill Pond RT 114A in Seekonk 9:00 am till 11:00am. Open … more
Cranston, RI – Dorothy R. Pieniadz, Ed.D. of Providence, one of the Founding Mothers of Big Sisters of Rhode Island, now Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Ocean State (BBBSOS) will be honored on … more
At our February 23rd meeting of Canonicus Lodge # 9 IOOF of East Providence Tina Ledo from the Providence Ronald McDonald House spoke about the the house and how it helps the community. Canonicus … more
In recognition of The Fresh Air Fund’s 142nd summer of bringing together New York City children and volunteer host families in Massachusetts, Governor Baker has proclaimed March 20th … more
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