July 22, 2024
Education & Wellness
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Audubon Nature Center and Aquarium, 1401 Hope Street (Route 114), Bristol, RI September 7 & 8, 2024; 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Audubon Birds & Brews Audubon Partners with Proclamation Ale … more
(July 2, 2024) – Listen for harmonies of crickets, grasshoppers, and katydids, and watch for nocturnal wildlife as you join Audubon on the trails under a full moon. Audubon naturalists say that … more
As our country celebrates the events that lead to our independence 250 years ago, Rehoboth will have its first official event celebration September 7th and 8th. The Rehoboth Historical Commission … more
(Rehoboth, MA) – Join us at the Carpenter Museum (4 Locust Ave.) for the second session of our Summer Workshop Series. We’re joined by Pokanoket and Seaconke Wampanoag Kristine Sky Wind … more
(June 6, 2024) – Avoid the heat in July and explore nature when the temperatures are cool - and so is the wildlife. Evenings bring fireflies in the field, bats overhead, and insect symphonies. … more
Do you want to feel more confident telling the difference between native and invasive plants on your property? June 8, 2024 from 9-11am / Rain Date: June 9, 2024 9-11am Join RLT President, Carol … more
Would you like to take a short, fun, inexpensive and educational day trip to a historic land mark this Summer? Less than a gallon of gas will take your family to Rehoboth’s Hornbine School … more
Meet the amazing farm animal rescues of West Place Animal Sanctuary in Tiverton! You’re invited to West Place Animal Sanctuary’s first public visitors weekend of the year. Gather … more
Each donation saves three lives! Red Cross Blood Drive: Thursday, May 23 from 12 pm - 5 pm at The Original Congregational Church of Wrentham. To schedule a donation time visit the website www.redcross.org, contact joanmello99@comcast.net, or use the … more
Ma Propane Association met at Lin’s Propane Trucks last week to hear from area propane and oil marketers on proposed DEP regulations. The regulation discussed would cause a disastrous financial … more
(May 9, 2024) – Start your summer off right in the great outdoors! Come discover some of the amazing birds, bats, and insects that thrive in the Ocean State. Pick up a paintbrush at the new … more
Enrollment for the Dighton Rehoboth Regional High School CTE Summer Camp is now open. Scan the QR Code to register Any questions call Tracy Dishon 508-252-5025 Extension 5604 more
Smithfield, RI (April 26, 2024) - In May and June, aquatic turtles such as the eastern painted turtle and American snapping turtle, will be leaving their watery habitats of ponds, rivers, and … more
The following is a synopsis of infectious disease that I receive from the CDC when a concerning disease outbreak occurs. None of the reported diseases below are affecting Massachusetts, but if you … more
This is the second in a series of stories about local soldiers that served in the American Revolution. As we prepare to celebrate the 250th Anniversary of our independence it seems a good time to … more
Rain or Shine, May 18th, 2024, 10 AM-4 PM Bristol, RI– Excitement is building with only one month remaining until the highly anticipated Sheep & Wool Festival comes to Coggeshall Farm on … more
Most homeowners know that healthy pollinators are needed to pollinate their vegetable gardens, flowers, and fruit trees. Some plants are wind pollinated such as the white pines that sometimes … more
10 am – 12 noon May 11, 2024 Raindate: May 19, 2024 Bring your binoculars and curiosity to Rehoboth Land Trust’s Reynold’s Avenue Conservation Area, a 34-acre parcel consisting of … more
Rehoboth Baptist Church will host the men from Teen Challenge Brockton on Saturday, May 3rd at 5:30 PM for a potluck supper, singing and testimonies. On Sunday, May 4th at 9 AM, Danny Croce will … more
Smithfield, RI (April 15, 2024) – Audubon Society of Rhode Island prioritizes offering safe, inclusive, and welcoming nature centers and properties to all Rhode Islanders. Bilingual trails … more
For one day only, West Place is hosting three scheduled tours designed for kids and young adults. The next generation of compassionate animal advocates will gain an appreciation for farm animals, wildlife, and nature during their visit to the … more
(March 20, 2024) – Birding enthusiasts eagerly await the arrival of colorful songbirds each spring in the Ocean State. These Neotropical migrants include warblers, tanagers, vireos, and others … more
(April 10, 2024) – Audubon Society of Rhode Island is committed to offering safe, accessible, and welcoming facilities and properties to all Rhode Islanders. For visitors who would benefit from … more
(April 5, 2024) – Grab a friend and hit the trails for FREE guided birding walks, pick up a paintbrush at the new Maxwell Mays Art Studio, or explore the trails and search for emerging … more
Providence – The Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council (WRWC) invites you to join them for two upcoming spring hikes! These activities are part of the WRWC’s “Explore the … more
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