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The Valley Breeze & Observer 09-05-2019

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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VALLEY BREEZE & OBSERVER LIVING EDITION | SEPTEMBER 4-10, 2019 ENTERTAINMENT / AT HOME 5 British Broiled Tomatoes Hearthstone Inn, Eureka Springs, Ark. Ingredients: 4 large ripe tomatoes 2 tbsp. olive oil Salt & pepper to taste 1 clove garlic, crushed 1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese 4 tbsp. cubed butter 1/4 cup fresh parsley Sprigs of parsley for gar- nish Directions: Wash tomatoes and cut into halves. Drain on paper towels, cut side down for about 20 minutes. This recipe for BROILED TOMATOES was taken from the recipe collection recovered from the trash. Place tomatoes, cut side up, in a baking dish, brush tops with olive oil. Season with salt and pepper and the crushed garlic. Sprinkle with cheese and dot with butter. Sprinkle with chopped fresh parsley. Place under the broiler until cheese is bubbly and browned, approx. 3 minutes. Watch closely so as not to burn. Serve immediately with sprig of parsley to garnish. Suzi Ballenger will teach a 10-WEEK HANDWEAVING CLASS beginning Saturday, Sept. 28, at Slater Mill. Registration is available at, by calling 401-725-8638, ext. 100 with a credit card, or by sending in a mail-in form which you can request by emailing info@slater- . Multimedia fiber art roster at Trad Arts Studio this fall PAWTUCKET – Multiple aspects of fiber art and craft will be explored this fall in work sessions hosted by Trad Arts Studio at Slater Mill. The studio welcomes back familiar faces, and also welcomes a new instructor, Andrew Haviland, who will teach a four- session class in needle felting, beginning on Wednesday, Oct. 16. Haviland, a jewelry designer by trade, is a RISD-educated art- ist who also teaches continuing education classes at the school. Suzi Ballenger returns Saturday, Sept. 28, to begin a 10-week handweaving class, and will teach a contemporary papermaking class on four Wednesday nights starting Oct. 16. The class is limited to eight students. Joining Ballenger on some Saturdays is Beth Fitz, who will teach wheel spinning. Fitz, an active member of the RI Spinners' Guild, and an experienced instructor, will offer five sessions starting Oct. 19. Steve Emma, a veteran instructor at the studio, and an artist and craftsman, returns to teach a six-session chair caning class on Wednesday evenings. His class launches on Oct. 2. Slater Mill also offers a couple of scholar- ships each session, for local high school stu- dents interested in learning. "Students aged 15-18 years may request a scholarship by emailing info@slatermill. org," offers Langham. "It's a great opportu- nity, but it requires a commitment to attend all sessions." Registration is available at brownpaper-, by calling 401-725-8638, ext. 100 with a credit card, or by sending in a mail-in form which you can request by emailing, Trad Arts Studio at Slater Mill is locat- ed at 67 Roosevelt Ave. in downtown Pawtucket. The second-floor studio is ADA accessible. Join a Walk to End Alzheimer's event PROVIDENCE – The Alzheimer's Association Rhode Island Chapter is encouraging people of all ages to join the fight to end Alzheimer's disease by par- ticipating in the 2019 Walk to End Alzheimer's events. This year, there are four walks scheduled in Rhode Island: • Westerly: Misquamicut State Beach, Saturday, Sept. 14, 8:30 a.m. registration/10 a.m. walk • Newport: Fort Adams State Park, Sunday, Sept. 15, 8:30 a.m. registration/10 a.m. walk • Block Island: Fred Benson Town Beach, Sunday, Sept. 22, 10 a.m. registration/11:15 a.m. walk • Providence: Roger Williams Park, Sunday, Oct. 6, 8:30 a.m. registration/10 a.m. walk Participants can join a team or register to walk as an individual. Registration information can be found at . Adaptive kayaking available at Douglas State Forest WHITINSVILLE, Mass. – Join All Out Adventures and Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor for accessible kayaking on Wallum Lake at Douglas State Forest. The program is free and open to people with disabili- ties and a guest. Through the use of tandem kayaks, paddle adaptations, and out- riggers, AOA makes kayak- ing accessible to people of all levels of ability. Adventures available at 11 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 2 p.m., by advanced registration only. Space is limited. The following dates are offered: Tuesday, Sept. 10; Saturday, Sept. 14; and Tuesday, Sept. 17. To register, visit or call 413-584-2052. IN BRIEF

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