Valley Breeze

The Valley Breeze & Observer 10-18-2018

The Valley Breeze Newspapers serving the Northern Rhode Island towns of Cumberland, Lincoln, Woonsocket, Smithfield, North Smithfield, Pawtucket, North Providence, Scituate, Foster, and Glocester

Issue link: http://valleybreeze.uberflip.com/i/1040351

Contents of this Issue

Navigation

Page 34 of 63

VALLEY BREEZE & OBSERVER LIVING EDITION | OCTOBER 17-23, 2018 CALENDAR 11 tion, visit www.hearthsidehouse.org . INDOOR YARD SALE – open every Saturday, 8 am-1pm and Sunday, 10 a.m-1 p.m., at the Woonsocket Cat Sanctuary, 266 Mendon Road, Woonsocket. New items every week. All proceeds benefit the cat sanctuary. Call 401-765-4174. "ROBIN HOOD" – Festival Ballet Providence kicks off its 41st Season with this classic folk tale, in FBP's Black Box Theater, 825 Hope St., Providence. The show is fun for kids of all ages including those young-at-heart. Call 401-353-1129 for tickets or visit http://fes- tivalballetprovidence.org/2018-2019-season/ robin-hood . ECO-DEPOT – at R.I. Resource Recovery, 65 Shun Pike, Johnston. Safely dispose of household hazardous waste. Rhode Island residents only. Appointments should be made in advance. Visit www.ecodepotri.org or call 401-942-1430, ext. 241. 8 a.m. to noon. FALL RUMMAGE SALE – sponsored by the Shepherd of the Valley United Methodist Women, at 604 Seven Mile Road, in Hope. The sale will include family clothing, books, household items and more. Fill a bag for $3. For more information, call 401-821-8217. 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. CUMBERLAND LIBRARY FRIENDS BOOKSTORE – Friends Bookstore at the Cumberland Public Library offers used books, sorted and categorized, for sale. Books are $1 or less. Book donations are also accepted. New hours:. 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. 1464 Diamond Hill Road, Cumberland. Call Nancy at 401-334-3268 with questions. TRASH OR TREASURE SHOP – now open at Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, 490 Broadway, Pawtucket. Items include books, pictures, picture frames, gently-used clothing and shoes, household items and soft domestic goods, toys, games and some sporting equipment. The shop is open every Wednesday and Saturday morning from 9 a.m. to noon. 2ND TIME AROUND SHOP – at St. Teresa of the Child Jesus Church, located in the con- vent behind the church, 358 Newport Ave., Pawtucket. Every Saturday, 9 a.m.-noon. Features clothing, books, household items and more. Some items are half price. DNA PART 2- THE NEXT STEP – at the American-French Genealogical Society, 78 Earle St., Woonsocket. Learn about geneal- ogy DNA and what the tests will tell you. Knowledge of DNA basics is suggested. Admission is free. Call 401-524-7315. 10 a.m. THE HERITAGE BALLET OF LINCOLN – will present a Nutcracker Storytime program for children of all ages and their families at the Lincoln Public Library on Saturday, Oct. 20, 10 a.m. Space is limited therefore registra- tion is required. Please call the Children's Room at 401-333-2422 ext. 15 to sign up. HAND-IN-HAND: AUTUMN WALK – for Young Children at Audubon Powder Mill Ledges Wildlife Refuge, 12 Sanderson Road, Smithfield, 10-11:30 a.m. Head outside in autumn and use your senses to explore the wildlife refuge. Fee: $10/member adult/child pair, $5 each additional member; $14/non- member adult/child pair, $7 each additional non-member. Ages: 3+. Register online at www.asri.org . CHRIST CHURCH THRIFT SHOP – Open Thursdays and Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Departments include special occasion apparel and baby and toddler essentials. Other offer- ings: furniture, family clothing, shoes, jewelry, seasonal decorations, craft supplies and books. 1643 Lonsdale Ave., Lincoln. 10 a.m. BASKET WEAVING WORKSHOP – at Tyler Free Library, 81A Moosup Valley Road, Foster. Class will be led by Elwood Donnelly. Visit www.fosterlibraries.org or call 401-397- 7930. Noon to 4 p.m. MY FIRST TELESCOPE PROGRAM – at Seagrave Memorial Observatory, 47 Peeptoad Road, North Scituate. Members of Skyscrapers Inc. will help participants build their own telescopes to take home. Cost is $10, and is limited to four families only. To register, contact Steve Hubbard at cstahhs@ gmail.com. Visit www.theskyscrapers.org for more information. 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. ATTLEBORO ARTS MUSEUM'S ART LOVERS BOOK CLUB – presents "Mad Enchantment: Claude Monet and the Painting of the Water Lilies," By Ross King, at the museum, 86 Park St., Attleboro, Mass. The guest speaker will be artist Andrew Nixon. Reservations are requested, but not required, by Oct.19. Call 508-222-2644, ext. 10 or email office@attleboroartsmuseum.org. 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. ROAST BEEF SUPPER – at Moosup Valley Grange 26, 81 Moosup Valley Road, with seatings at 5 and 6:30 p.m. Cost is $15 for adults and $7 for children ages 6-12. For reservations, call 401-397-7069 or 401-392- 0439. HALLOWEEN LUMINARY WALK – Take a lantern stroll along the Blackstone Canal towpath at River Bend Farm Visitor Center, 287 Oak St., Uxbridge, Mass. Kids will decorate paper bags to make their own lanterns then place an LED light in each one and line the towpath with them. This is a one hour family-friendly easy walk and is stroller friendly. All ages welcome and children are encouraged to wear costumes. There is no cost for this event but registra- tion is requested at http://thebrwa.org/ HalloweenWalk . 5:30 p.m. CLASSIC HORROR FILM SHOWING – the Blackstone Valley Visitor Center Theater, 175 Main St., Pawtucket presents: "Funeral Home." Tickets for the movie showings are $3/person, $10 family. For tickets and more information, call center at 401-724-2200. 6 p.m. HAUNTED TRAIL – at Esek Hopkins Field, Route 6, North Scituate. Hosted by Boy Scout Troop 1. Cost of admission is a canned food or cash donation to the Scituate Food Bank. For more information, email Eric Portrais at eportrais@gmail.com. 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. THE CORPSE THAT DROVE A HEARSE – and Other True Tales of the Macabre. A Halloween presentation by Jim Ignasher, of the Smithfield Historical Society, at Northgate Toll House, 1873 Old Louisquisset Pike, Lincoln. Hear about the Victorian fear of being buried alive, cases of re-animation, and the steps some tried to take to avoid such a fate. Then there were those who actually made a living at being buried alive. The talk is oriented for adults. Call 401-862- 4202, email: bvhsri@gmail.com. 7 p.m. CELEBRATE INTERNATIONAL OBSERVE THE MOON NIGHT – at Seagrave Memorial Observatory, 47 Peeptoad Road, North Scituate. Seagrave will have its 1878 8-inch Clark refractor and its other telescopes open for the evening. Visit www.theskyscrapers. org for more information. 7 p.m. NORDIC MASQUERADE – at East Greenwich Veteran Fireman's Club, 80 Queen St., East Greenwich. Hosted by Rhode Island District No. 3 Vasa Order of America, a fraternal Nordic organization. The night will include music, Swedish treats and mingling. Nordic dress is not required, but adds to the fun. Cost is $12 per person. For reservations, contact Marsha Niemi at 401-301-6703. 7 p.m. THE LITTLE RIVER BAND – will perform at The Stadium Theatre, 28 Monument Square. Admission is $36, $41, $46, $51 and $66. Tickets are available at the Stadium Theatre Box Office or by calling 401-762-4545 and online at www.stadiumtheatre.com. 8 p.m. NEIL VITULLO & THE VIPERS – perform at Chan's, 267 Main St., Woonsocket. Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door. Call 401-765-1900 or visit www.chanseggroll- sandjazz.com . 8 p.m. "RHAPSODY IN BLUE" – R.I. Philharmonic Orchestra TACO Classical Concert at The Vets, 1 Ave. of the Arts, Providence. Maestro Bramwell Tovey, artistic advisor; Aaron Diehl, piano. Tickets start at $15 (including all fees), and can be purchased online at tickets.riphil. org, by phone at 401-248-7000, or on the day of the concert at The Vets Box Office. 8 p.m. BETTMAN & HALPIN – will perform at Circle of Friends Coffeehouse, in the First Universalist Society Meetinghouse, 262 Chestnut St., Franklin, Mass., at 8 p.m., Admission is $20 Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Beverages and desserts will be available. Call ACROSS 1. Hindu month 5. Fashion acces- sories 11. Prong 12. Clever 16. Network of nerves 17. Helps the police (abbr.) 18. Russian lake 19. Not allowed into evidence 24. Indicates posi- tion 25. Without clothes 26. Geological times 27. Folk singer DiFranco 28. Buddy 29. __ but don't break 30. Father 31. Cast a shadow over 33. Afghan city 34. Concluding speech 38. Type of creed 39. French Revolu- tion image "The Death of __" 40. Syrian president al-__ 43. Soviet composer 44. Dove into 45. Famed Broadway producer 49. Leavened bread 50. Ruling family House of __ 51. Planet 53. Publicity 54. Manifesting approval 56. Fern genus 58. Larry and Curly's pal 59. Company officer 60. Expressed loath- ing for 63. Birthplace of Constantine 64. People from Asia 65. "Hercules" voice Donovan DOWN 1. Central hall or court 2. Italian city 3. All there 4. Seamstress's tool 5. Sends after 6. Used in herbal medicine 7. Specific gravity 8. A male 9. Hydroxyls + 2C 10. Trigonometric function 13. Archaic language (abbr.) 14. East African native 15. Satisfy 20. Mother 21. Where innate impulses are processed 22. "Rule, Britannia" composer 23. Not good 27. Swiss river 29. A-Team member Baracus 30. Calendar month 31. Drunk 32. Mercury 33. Concealed 34. Give forth 35. Contradiction in terms 36. Middle Eastern country 37. On the __ 38. Sodium 40. One who attend- ed a school 41. Supporters 42. South Dakota 44. American brewer Adams, Sr. 45. Type of attorney 46. Absence of oxygen 47. Most sheer 48. Human soul, mind or spirit 50. Flies high above 51. University of Dayton 52. Dorm moderator (abbr.) 54. Intestinal pouches 55. Assents to 57. Delaware 61. Robots are a byproduct of this 62. Tantalum Answers to this week's crossword puzzle can be found on page 12. From preceding page See SATURDAY, Page 12 Thursday, October 25, 2018 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Smithfield Elks Lodge 326 Farnum Pike, Smithfield, RI $30.00 per person Sponsored by: Proceeds from the event benefit the East Smithfield Public Library 50 Esmond Street, Smithfield, RI For more information call 231-5150 www.oslri.org/libraries/east-smithfield eastsmithfieldpubliclibrary@gmail.com Beer & Wine Tasting RAFFLES PRizES SiLEnt Auction Vendors Wanted Trinity Episcopal Church Christmas Bazaar Friday, November 30 th 3 p.m.-9 p.m. Saturday, December 1 st 9 a.m.-3 p.m. 251 Danielson Pike North Scituate, RI 02857 Contact Deidre at djfm66.dm@gmail or call (401) 647-3754 TABLES/SPACE $75 A Hometown Holiday Calendar of Events will appear in our Gift Guide magazine, Christmas in the Valley section – and more – beginning Nov. 14 and continuing through Christmas! Deadline for the Holiday Gift Guide is Friday, Nov. 2, so Please Hurry! If your school, church, or organization are planning an event open to the public, please share it with us so we can share it with thousands of readers! Tell us the "Who, What, When, Where and Why!" You may also send a flyer in pdf format. Email to: news@valleybreeze.com Please put "Holiday Calendar" in the subject line. Thank you! Share Your Holiday Event With 100,000+ Breeze Readers!

Articles in this issue

Links on this page

Archives of this issue

view archives of Valley Breeze - The Valley Breeze & Observer 10-18-2018