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The North Providence Breeze 09-11-2019

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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6 CALENDAR SEPTEMBER 11-17, 2019 | VALLEY BREEZE & OBSERVER LIVING EDITION Thursday September 12 PROVIDENCE IMPROV FEST – North America's top improv come- dians will descend upon downtown Providence's AS220, 115 Empire St., Providence, for three nights of laughs and performances made up completely on the spot. Shows will run simultaneously on AS220's Main Stage and the AS220 Black Box Theater. Individual tickets for each show are $10 or audiences can see an unlimited number of shows with a festival pass for $35. Visit . COLOR ME CALM – Drop in to the North Providence Library, 1810 Mineral Spring Ave, North Providence, for a relaxing adult col- oring class. All supplies provided. Call 401-353-5600. 12:30 p.m. MIXED MAGIC THEATRE SUMMER CONCERT SERIES – presents the Community Music Works Chamber Ensemble at the Mixed Magic Amphitheater at Lorraine Mills, 560 Mineral Spring Ave., Pawtucket. In the event of rain, concerts will move to Mixed Magic's Mainstage. Tickets are $25, visit . 6 p.m. MEDITATION GROUP – meets every Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at the North Providence Union Free Library, 1810 Mineral Spring Ave. Call 401-353-5600. ARTISTS CIRCLE FOR ADULTS – held every Thursday at the Woonsocket Harris Public Library, 303 Clinton St., 7:15 p.m. A non- instructional gathering. Bring your own supplies or a project you are working on and meet with fellow artists and get inspired. Call the library at 401-769-9044 for more information. 7:15 p.m. Friday September 13 FOOD TRUCK FRIDAYS – every Friday through Sept. 27, at Carousel Village in Roger Williams Park, Providence. Experience the array of foods and sweets from a variety of vendors, take a ride on the historic carousel, ride the Carousel Express train and enjoy pony rides, weather permitting. Free admission. Starts at 5 p.m. visit . SONGWRITERS JIM AND MELISSA BRADY – will perform at Woodlawn Baptist Church, 337 Lonsdale Ave., Pawtucket. The con- cert is free and will begin at 7 p.m. For more information, call 401-724- 6390. 7 p.m. GRETCHEN WILSON – in concert at Twin River in Lincoln. Tickets start at $35. Purchase at Twin River's Box Office, located at 100 Twin River Road, or online at www. . 8 p.m. BRIAN JAMES QUARTET – per- forms at Chan's, 267 Main St., Woonsocket. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. Call 401-765-1900 or visit www.chan- . 8 p.m. BACK TO THE EIGHTIES SHOW – with Jessie's Girl at the Stadium Theatre, 28 Monument Square, Woonsocket, will present the Back to the Eighties Show with Jessie's Girl on Friday, Sept. 13. It is the- atre, meets live music, smothered in 80's glitz. Admission is $26, $31, $36. Tickets are available at the Stadium Theatre Box Office or by calling 401-762-4545 and online at . 8 p.m. Saturday September 14 INDOOR YARD SALE – open every Saturday, 8 a..m-1 p.m. 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. 10TH ANNUAL CLASSIC CAR SHOW – held by The Holiday Retirement Home of Manville, 30 Sayles Hill Road, Lincoln. There will be a variety of vehicles from Hot Rods to antique trucks and everything in-between. All proceeds to benefit the Residents' Activity Fund and the RI Walk to End Alzheimer's. For more information call the Home at 401-765-1440. 10 a.m. SLATER PARK FALL FESTIVAL – a celebration of art and culture set on the grounds of Slater Memorial Park, 825 Armistice Blvd., Pawtucket. More than one hundred crafters and artisans, fun, food and entertainment for the whole fam- ily. Admission is free. Saturday, 11 a.m.-9:30 p.m.; Sunday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. YARD SALE – hosted by the Friends of the Blackstone Library at 60 Mendon St., Blackstone. 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. FALL YARD SALE – at The Four Corners Community Chapel, 200 Angell Road, Cumberland. Items available include small furniture, knick-knacks, household items, books and more. EBay buyers are welcome. For additional informa- tion, contact Raymond Gobeille, Office Administrator at Four Corners Community Chapel at or 401-333-6171. 8 a.m. NORTH SCITUATE FARMERS MARKET – at the Village Green, Scituate Art Festival grounds, at West Greenville Road and Silk Lane. WIC and senior coupons are accepted. For more information, visit . 9 a.m. to noon. BARGAINS AND BLUEGRASS – at Borders Farm, 31 North Road, Foster. Schedule of events: From 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.: Giant Yard Sale; From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.: Bluegrass Concert with Saddle Up the Chicken; 10 a.m., 11 a.m. and noon: House tours, 1840's Phillips Farmhouse; 10 a.m., 11 a.m. and noon: Guided hikes, Borders Farm Hiking Trails. The public is welcome to bring a picnic, blanket and/or lawn chairs and spread out under the shady trees for this event. Visit for more information. WESTCONNAUG MEADOWS WALK – at 49 George Washington Highway, Clayville. Hosted by representatives of the Scituate Land Trust and Conservation Commission. Be sure to wear sturdy walking shoes. This event is free and suitable for all ages. Leashed dogs are welcome. This walk will be canceled in the case of heavy rain and/or thunderstorms. For more information, email or call 401- 451-2452. 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. CITIZENS BANK FREE FAMILY FUN DAY – at the Audubon Nature Center and Aquarium, 1401 Hope St., Bristol. The Audubon Nature Center and Aquarium is open free to the public the first Saturday of every month. Join them for crafts, nature stories, animal discoveries, hikes and more. No registration required. Visit . 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. THE SATURDAY BRUNCH BUNCH – Toastmasters club will hold its next meeting at the Cumberland Public Library, Hayden Center, 1464 Diamond Hill Road. The public is welcome to come and see how Toastmasters can help develop public speaking and leadership skills. For more information, e-mail or call 508- 293-1488. 9:15 a.m. GUIDED CANOE TRIPS ON THE BLACKSTONE – Two one-hour trips at 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. at the Friends of the Blackstone See SATURDAY, Page 8 ACROSS 1. Babies' eating accessories 5. Charge on a coat of arms 9. Set of five 11. California town 13. One who cites 15. Elected official 16. Japanese deli- cacy 17. Couldn't be happier 19. Enormous 21. Hunter's tool 22. Georgia rockers 23. Cold wind 25. Beginner 26. Where you sleep 27. Without 29. We all have them 31. Spoiled 33. Platform 34. Drama and horror are two 36. In abundance 38. Turf 39. Inventor Musk 41. Negative answers 43. French river 44. Saps of energy 46. Type of sandwich 48. Sets apart again 52. Engage in a contest 53. Sufferings 54. Freestanding sculpture 56. Digs into 57. Fish have them 58. Speaks 59. Storage unit DOWN 1. Spread over 2. Dyes 3. British thermal unit 4. Small city in Maine 5. Having an affec- tion for 6. Welsh for John 7. Plays that ridicule 8. Not of your right mind 9. A way to get there 10. Hideaways 11. Relating to neurons 12. "Family City USA" 14. Proof of payment (abbr.) 15. Flew high 18. Wreaths 20. Got rid of 24. Shortly 26. Confer 28. Monies given as support 30. German electric car 32. Objects of an earlier time 34. Flat-bottomed boats 35. Small waterbird 37. Willingness to please others 38. Military actions 40. Brooklyn hoop- sters 42. Took to the seas 43. Romanian city 45. What the sun eventually does 47. Titans' DC Dean 49. Resentful longing 50. Ceases to live 51. Pouches 55. Humbug Answers to this week's crossword puzzle can be found on page 8.

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