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The Valley Breeze Woonsocket North Smithfield 11-15-2018

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

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©2018 BREEZE PUBLICATIONS INC. valleybreeze.com @ valleybreeze.com @ Living THE VALLEY BREEZE NOVEMBER 15-21, 2018 QUICK INDEX Calendar 11 Celebrations 11 Entertainment 4 Movies 7 Parenting 5 Real Estate 10 Recipe 6 My Life RHEA BOUCHARD POWERS And so it starts The garden scarecrows have been put back in the shed and the house- hold Halloween paraphernalia has mostly all been carted back down- stairs to the cellar. The few pumpkins that remain will also be gone by the weekend. And now, as I sit here on this beautiful autumnal day, feet up and still in my pajamas (you've got to love days with nothing special on the calendar), I am contemplating the upcoming holiday season. Let me rephrase that: I am eagerly anticipating the holiday season with a joyful heart. I am looking forward to hosting my French group next Wednesday, which will already have passed by the time you read this, but is still a week away as I am writing. My plan is to use my special fall-patterned tablecloth that only sees the light of day at this time of the year. I will probably make a beef stew so I can use the big orange pumpkin-shaped soup tureen (a gift from my sister Joan), crusty home- made bread hot from the oven to go with it, and maybe something apple or pumpkin for dessert. I enjoy hav- ing them here and it will be nice to give it a seasonal spin. Thanksgiving is just a week after that and it looks like we're going to be a small group for dinner this year, with all of us able to fit around just the one table for a change. That's okay though, because it will be fol- See RHEA, Page 8 'Gansett's Made On Honor Market is a festive affair in Pawtucket PAWTUCKET – The second Narragansett Beer "Made On Honor" Market at The Guild of Pawtucket will be first to fill the entire brewing and entertainment complex, including the newly completed Beer Hall, the Brewhouse and The Barn that make up the 130,000-square-foot facility. Narragansett, one of the breweries repre- sented at The Guild, at 461 Main St., is promot- ing the popular event as returning just in time for holiday shop- ping, this Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 17-18, from noon to 6 p.m. It is free and open to the public. Some 68 maker ven- dors will participate in an event that will feature plenty of food, drink and merriment, say organizers. "We'll be showcasing some of our favorite makers, artists, and small businesses at The Guild in Pawtucket," say those from 'Gansett. "This year's event will be bigger than ever. We'll be tak- ing over the entire campus at The Guild ... Join us for two full days of holiday shopping, meet the people behind some of our favorite brands, and of course, we'll be drinking plenty of beer." Jeremy Duffy, co-owner of The Guild, said there will be food ven- dors and beer in all three event spaces within the facility. He said owners are excited to showcase the latest upgrades to the brewing com- plex that has steadily grown into a regional tourist attraction. "Made On Honor is an awesome event," he said. Vendors include New Harvest Coffee Roasters, Hand Crafted Boardman Bicycles, Pretty Snake, Edgewood Cheese Shop, Riker Art Glass, Fox Point Pickling, Giraffes and Robots, High Gray Boston Mass., Lazuli handcrafted, All I Need Skateboards, Bake Me Away Bake Shop, Earth & Anchor Soap Co., Huetown, Palomino, Suite Tart, Stonehill Design, What Cheer Records and Vintage, Stock Culinary Goods, Swamp Yankee, Sully's, Olson & Son Hopyard, American Bench Craft, Brothers Artisan Oil, Schon DSGN, Beautiful Day Granola, Fountain & Co. Craft Ice Cream, Milkcan Industries, Durk's BBQ, Ape & Bird, Thistle Thistle, Vintage Ginger's Closet, Hammered, Write Notepads & Co., Post & Grove, Little Outdoor Giants, Above Below, Dan Blakeslee, Throne Watches, Counter Balance Cycles, Cleverhood, Red Rabbit Vintage, Ocean State Pepper Co., Rhode Soda Design, Wicked Cooler, Captain Mel True, Ocean State of Mind, The Blank Space Collection, Pitch Canker, Howling Noon, Kat Rose Art, Gina's Creations and By ETHAN SHOREY Valley Breeze Managing Editor ethan@valleybreeze.com See MARKET, Page 9 NEW! Pay only $10 for ads for Items for Sale valued at $200 or less. 3 weeks, only $25. Visit valleybreeze.com, or call 334-9555 weekdays. Deadline, Tuesday at Noon. Looking to Sell Your Stuff? Let us help. Are you looking Are you looking for a for a Check out the back Check out the back of our of our Classified section where Classified section where you'll find our advertisers' you'll find our advertisers' most current job offerings! most current job offerings!

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