December 1, 2022
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Evan Fasteson, Timothy Breen, and Emily Fasteson have worked every curbside food distribution for Doorways for the past eight months, with great energy and good humor. Doorways is pleased to name … more
Library Temporarily ClosedAs of this writing in late December, Goff Hall, including the Blanding Library, is temporarily closed to visitors due to high positivity rates for COVID-19 in our area. In … more
East Bay Community Action Program (EBCAP) is offering emergency dental care in East Providence for adults during the month of January 2021. Appointments will be held aboard The Molar Express, a … more
Join a virtual birding workshop with Audubon and learn the basics about local bird species and where to find them in winter. Then head outside to practice your new birding skills on your own, or join … more
Jules Hope Chest a local non-profit is proud to announce the winners for our Reindeer Raffle Winners from our 25 days of Christmas daily raffle from the 1st - 25th of December 2020. Below the winners … more
The EP Historical Society is on winter break until the 2nd Sunday in March but Hunt’s Mills is always open for your pleasure and exercise. We thank all of you who brought ornaments to dress up … more
Due to recent escalations in COVID-19 positivity rates, Seekonk Public Library has returned to curbside and remote services only, and will be closed to the public until further notice. Staff remain … more
This has been an extremely difficult year for Doorways Food Pantry, with sharp increases in the number of clients served and even sharper increases in the cost of feeding those clients. But this … more
Three years ago, thirteen year old Kaylen McGovern was inspired to take action at Christmas to help Seekonk families in need, organizing a toy drive in her neighborhood. She created a flyer and … more
The Rehoboth Town Events Committee is pleased to announce the winners of the holiday decorating competition. The quality of the competition was exceptional! The most difficult part for the committee … more
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