October 3, 2022
Libraries & Museums
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We had our last open house for this season in September. This past June we had three 3rd grade classrooms, from the North Elementary School in Somerset, visit us for a day. We hope to resume class … more
(Rehoboth, MA) –Join Rehoboth's own critically acclaimed author, Edward Achorn, as he discusses his newest book "Every Drop of Blood" at the Carpenter Museum, Wednesday, October 12th at 7PM. … more
East Providence, R.I. (September 21, 2022): The Blackstone Valley Tourism Council is collaborating with the Audubon Society of Rhode Island and the East Providence Historical Society to hold a guided … more
Sunday, September 18th, join The Empowerment Factory for a free day of family fun at Slater Park (in the field near the carousel) 11am-2pm in Pawtucket, RI. Part of the Pawtucket Arts Festival, The Empowerment factory is hosting its 6th Annual … more
Get a head start on the holiday season with a new ornament from Friends of Pomham Rocks Lighthouse. The 2022 ornament features a colorful photo of the north view of East Providence’s historic … more
Annual Book Sale Oct. 7-8The Friends of the Blanding Library will hold their annual used book sale on Friday Oct. 7 from 5 to 7 p.m. and on Sat. Oct. 8 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday evening is a … more
The Hornbine School first opened in the school year 1847-1848. It was closed and sold approximately ninety years latter in 1937. Interested Rehoboth residents raised money to buy and repair the … more
The East Providence Historical Society presents two sales of the Len Iannacone collection, a life’s worth of drawings, oils, and prints of his beloved RI and East Providence. Len was a 1st … more
(REHOBOTH, MA) –Join author Ted Reinstein at the Carpenter Museum, Thursday, September 22nd at 7PM for the first talk of the 2022 Speaker Series! Talking about New England’s General … more
Fall in love with the furry and feathery farm animal rescues of West Place Animal Sanctuary in Tiverton. There’s no better way to spend a day than visiting West Place Animal Sanctuary. Start … more
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