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The ChoruS of East Providence will perform its annual seasonal concert, this year titled “Home for the Holidays,” with special guest star Bill Harley on Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 3 and 4, in the … more
Bristol's Veterans' Day cermonies began early Friday morning with the traditional wreath laying at the War Memorial Garden on Hope Street. Members of the Bristol Veterans Council layed the wreath … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The second annual "the looff" arts festival took place Saturday, Aug. 20, at Crescent and Larisa Parks in the Riverside section of the city.East Providence Post and … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Weaver Library celebrates the Centennial of the National Park Service and Rhode Island's new Blackstone River Valley National Historical Park in a significant way with three … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence Neighborhood Day Coalition, in cooperation with the East Providence Affirmative Action/EEO Department will be hosting its 25th Annual Neighborhood Day … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — When the second annual "the looff" festival kicks off this weekend, it will be bigger and should be better, as will the members of the East Providence Arts Council be better … more
LITTLE COMPTON — The Summer Church Fair in Little Compton, presented by the United Congregational Church on Saturday, July 9, promises a cornucopia of activities, tastes, fun, and sounds to suit all ages. Beginning on Friday night, with a concert in the church by The Gnomes — a 5-piece band playing global folk-fusion tunes — the fair unfolds, rain or shine, all day Saturday on and around the Commons. more
The U.S. Navy Academy Midshipmen are back in town, and this time they brought a bigger boat. The sailors-in-training glided into the marina at Herreshoff Pier Friday morning on Summerwind, a … more
Kicking Causes ​Hosts The Longest Day ​for the Alzheimer’s Association at Rocky Silva’s American Karate, 1275 Fall River Avenue​, Seekonk, on Saturday, June, 11, from 8 a.m. to 8 … more
The art of spinning and working with natural fibers will be on display this weekend as Coggeshall Farm Museum hosts its 9th annual Fiber Festival and Craft Fair. "This is a rare opportunity to … more
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