October 24, 2020
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Riverside, R.I. (Sept. 28, 2020) -- Good Neighbors, a nonprofit community organization that has continued to feed hundreds of Rhode Islanders during the COVID-19 pandemic, will celebrate 30 years of … more
Our Halloween display is up and running! Take a drive down Perryville Rd in Rehoboth and check it out! Lights go on from 6:30 pm till 10:30 pm. Please be sure not to walk through the yard as there … more
Six months after federal disaster declarations for COVID-19, FEMA Region 1 continues to support its state and tribal partners in New England by providing financial relief, coordinating federal … more
Outdoor BrowsingTuesdays & Wednesdays, 3-4pmSeptember 29th – October 21stGovernor Raimondo has challenged Rhode Islanders to “take it outside.” So, the East Providence Public … more
Follow this link to add your email to our newsletter list!StorytimesIn Person Storytime - Tuesdays, 10:00-10:30For all ages on the lawn at Weaver Library. Bring a blanket for the whole family to stay … more
Looking to get outside before another New England winter sets in? The Rehoboth Land Trust manages 14 accessible properties that help preserve the beautiful rural character of Rehoboth. For a complete … more
2020 Introduces the Rehoboth Blizzard of Giving, Inc., a non-profit organization, with a pending a 501c3, to serve the community by providing Christmas gifts, holiday support, and special occasion … more
Wandering by people with special circumstances is common, dangerous, and puts tremendous stress on families. Six in ten people with dementia and nearly half of all children with autism will wander. … more
Because the East Providence Scout House Association cannot hold its annual craft fair at the East Providence High School due to the safety concerns caused by the Coronavirus, it will be holding a … more
The First Christian Congregational Church, UCC has begun planning for the 13th Annual Veterans’ Meat Pie Supper. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the Meat Pie Supper will be held in April of 2021. … more
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