May 29, 2017
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Rehoboth - Lack of access to proper menstrual hygiene products can lead to unsanitary conditions, infection, and a loss of confidence and self-esteem in women. These are problems that people face all … more
“2nd Sunday” Spring Open HousesMay 14 1:00 - 3:30pmJohn Hunt Museum - 65 Hunts Mills Road - 02916“Hikes”: meet Ernie Germani of the EP Conservation Com. at the gazebo … more
Thank you to all of the Rehoboth residents who came out to vote against the compressor station in our last town election. Because of your support, we are pleased to confirm we now have the full … more
The 2017 East Providence Recreation Department Summer Day Camp for East Providence youth ages 6-12 (age as of Sepember1, 1017) runs from June 26 – August 4 at a new location, the Silver Spring … more
REHOBOTH — Selectmen support pay increases for Town Clerk Laura Schwall and Treasurer/Collector Cheryl Gouveia.To read more by the Attleboro Sun Chronicle click on the link … more
Rehoboth Antiquarian Society Annual Members MeetingWednesday, May 3, 6PM Reception & Potluck Dinner; 7PM Speaker & Business MeetingCarpenter MuseumContact: 508-252-3031, … more
The East Providence Arts Council would like to announce the looff-East Providence Arts Festival is accepting submissions for this year's festival taking place Aug 12th at Crescent Park 11am-6pm. We … more
The East Providence Veterans Advisory Committee is very proud to announce we are working with Honor Flight New England, East Providence DPW and Cunha Construction to build the Honor Flight New … more
American Legion Riverside Post 10 will be holding several Memorial Day events to honor those that paid the Ultimate Sacrifice in defense of our nation throughout its’ history. On Saturday May 20, … more
Just a reminder that dues for members of the Rehoboth Senior Citizens Club, Inc. have to be paid this month, May. Please make your check out to the club and mail % 55 Bay State Rd., Rehoboth, MA … more
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