September 22, 2023
Libraries & Museums
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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
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
(Rehoboth, MA) – Calling kids of all ages! September is harvest time in Rehoboth! Join us at the Carpenter Museum on Saturday, September 23rd at 10 AM and make your own corn husk doll to take … more
The Hornbine School Museum has “Old Fashioned Games” for children to play as well as other activities inside. We will be open to the public on Sunday, August 13th and 27th from 2 – … more
The Hornbine School Museum will be open to the public July 9th and 23rd. We are open from 2 – 4 P.M. on each OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY. We are located at 144 Hornbine Road in Rehoboth, MA Recently we … more
Bristol, RI (June 13, 2023) – There is so much to discover at Audubon this summer! Come welcome new marine life in their aquatic exhibits: a chain dogfish and little skate. Search for a … more
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