January 17, 2022
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Coming up at the BlandingThe Blanding Library staff is busy planning events for 2022. (In these uncertain times, it’s always best to check with the library first to see if any changes have been … more
(January 4, 2022) – Take a winter birding walk, sample some tasty ales as you learn all about owls, or pull on some snowshoes and hit the trails. Bring a friend, bundle up and join an Audubon … more
Newport, R.I. – Beginning Monday, January 3, The Preservation Society of Newport County will require all visitors to the Newport Mansions ages 5 and older to provide proof of vaccination … more
The Fuller Creative Learning Center continues its schedule of programs and workshops. The schedule for January includes:Adults/Young AdultsSketching for Adults (FULL - series began in December): … more
It's hard to believe that we are already in 2022! I know many are anxious to say goodbye to last year, though we at the Pantry are incredibly thankful for how this community banded together once … more
Information on free COVID-19 Self-Testhttps://www.mass.gov/info-details/covid-19-self-test-distribution Each city or town will determine how best to distribute tests within their community, with … more
Last Spring, in an attempt to escape the business of the world and the discord regarding the Covid pandemic, I found myself exploring the Danforth Street Conservation property for the first time. I … more
Pomham Rocks Lighthouse marks its 150th year in 2022. Events are being planned throughout the year for members and the community to celebrate this special year. You can join in the celebration by … more
East Providence, RI – The City of East Providence Recreation Department will be accepting registration for its upcoming winter programs beginning January 4, 2022. Registration is required for … more
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