September 22, 2023
Libraries & Museums
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Thank you, Glen Longstreet for your “Letter to the Editor” of the Rehoboth Reporter dated last month (September 2023). We, at the Carpenter Museum appreciate your interest in collecting … more
Free and open to the public: Thursday, September 21 at 6:45 PM at Attleboro Area Industrial Museum 42 Union Street: Show & Tell: Attleboro Memories. Bring your story, photo, artifact or other … more
Smithfield/Providence/Johnston – The Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council (WRWC) is thrilled that it’s Autumn - a beautiful time to be out in nature! This September, the WRWC is … more
BOOK SALE OCT. 6-8 Fri. Oct. 6, Friends preview sale, 5-7 pm Sat. Oct. 7, General Sale, 10-3 Sun. Oct. 8, Close-out sale, noon to 3  It’s almost time for the … more
Providence, R.I. (August 28, 2023) – Join a celebration of water, science, and art at the fourth annual Rain Harvest Festival hosted by the Stormwater Innovation Center and City of Providence … more
Did YOU or YOUR CHILDREN attend a day at the Hornbine School for a CLASS TRIP? Children have been visiting the school for 55 years! WE WANT YOUR PICTURES! We will have a scanner available at the … more
Free Flight Programs Return! Audubon Nature Center and Aquarium, 1401 Hope Street (Route 114), Bristol, RI September 9 & 10, 2023; 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. NEW! Audubon Birds & Brews - … more
The Rehoboth Antiquarian Society is thrilled to welcome back author Edward Achorn to speak about his latest book, The Lincoln Miracle: Inside the Republican Convention That Changed History. Join us … more
10/14/23 9AM-4PM Rehoboth, MA) – The Carpenter Museum invites you to our 44th annual Crafters’ Marketplace, Saturday October 14, 9AM-4PM. The show will, once again, be held in the … more
Bee-ing Artful August 14 is the deadline for anyone who wishes to submit their bee-related artwork to an exhibit at the Blanding this month. There will be an open reception at the library on Aug. 17 … more
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