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The Valley Breeze Woonsocket North Smithfield 11-07-2019

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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10 ENTERTAINMENT NOVEMBER 7-13, 2019 | VALLEY BREEZE LIVING EDITION works," but there will be a lot of new vendors this year. Vendors are from New England, many from Rhode Island. "We try to keep it fresh," she said. "It's a mix of repeat and new ven- dors." Vendors are selling goods ranging from jewelry and clothing to prints, handbags, bath and body, baby and pet accessories, fine art, and more. From Pawtucket, vendors include Aura's Chocolate Bar; artist Holly Wach, who creates watercolor paintings of birds; and Periodically Inspired, run by Courtney Church, who sells T-shirts, magnets, coffee mugs, pint glasses and more featur- ing phrases written with elements from the periodic table. Cumberland's C'est La Bee will be there selling their skin care products. Coffee will be available inside for purchase, and two food trucks will be parked outside: Rocket Fine Street Food and Ming's Asian Street Food. Clark started Rhody Craft as a pop-up shop at Hope Artiste Village 10 years ago before opening her brick-and-mortar store at 769 Hope St. in Providence. The gallery and gift shop sells a curated, eclectic col- lection of art, craft, and all things Rhode Island, Clark said. "We still do (Craftopia) where we started out," she said, with vendors set up in the beautiful, brick-lined hallway at Hope Artiste Village. Her favorite part of Craftopia is looking through the applications from vendors and being excited by work she's never seen before, as well as the day of the show, she said. "It's just a really fun day," she said. Admission is $1 for adults, free for children. Every 50th entrant will receive Craftopia bucks in varying denominations which can be spent at any vendor booth. For more information, email info@ A display of pottery by Pawtucket's NEW MOON CERAMICS set up at a past Craftopia event. This year's juried art and craft show takes place at Hope Artiste Village, 1005 Main St., on Sunday, Nov. 10, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour Hearthside and Moffett Mill on Sunday LINCOLN – Bring the family to experience a step back in history on Sunday, Nov. 10. Museum tours of the 1810 Hearthside House on Great Road, 677 Great Road, will take place at 1, 2 and 3 p.m. Guests will learn the history of Great Road, Hearthside House (c. 1810), and about the families who lived there throughout its history from docents dressed in period attire. The fully-guided tour includes three floors of the fully-furnished house. In observance of Veterans Day, veterans and current military will receive free admission to the museum with mili- tary ID. Admission is $10 for adults; $5 for ages 10-17; free for Hearthside mem- bers, veterans and military with valid ID, and children 9 and under. This will also be the last chance this season to visit the Moffett Mill (c. 1812). The mill, a rare relic from the early Industrial Age which appears to be "frozen in time," sits along Great Road and the Moshassuck River at the edge of Chase Farm Park. It is only accessible by shuttle van, which leaves continuously from Hearthside between 1 and 3:30 p.m. Admission is included in the fee for the Hearthside Museum tour, or for a $5 fee if only the Mill is visited. Proceeds from tours and programs support the continued operation and preservation of these historic sites. Hearthside is located at 677 Great Road in Lincoln. For more informa- tion, contact info@hearthsidehouse. org, 401-726-0597, or www.hearth- Youth Symphonic Wind Ensemble joins the R.I. Wind Ensemble at Scituate High School Nov. 15 EAST PROVIDENCE – Members of the Rhode Island Philharmonic Music School's Youth Wind Ensembles Symphonic Winds join their counterparts in a side by side concert with the Rhode Island Wind Ensemble, an adult commu- nity band based in Providence. The concert, Generations United, will be held Friday, Nov. 15, 7:15 p.m., at Scituate High School, 94 Trimtown Road. RIPWE Music Director David Neves, former director of music at Scituate High School, conducts the Youth Wind Ensembles in a concert featuring Gordon Jacob's "William Byrd Suite," Frank Ticheli's "Shenandoah" and John Philip Sousa's "Sabre and Spurs." The RIWE, conducted by Robert Franzblau, a Scituate resident, performs Beethoven's "Egmont Overture" and "Four Dances" from West Side Story by Leonard Bernstein. The ensembles combine to per- form Henry Fillmore's "The Klaxon and The Circus Bee," Samuel Hazo's "Arabesque" and Eric Whitacre's "Sleep." Tickets available at the door on the evening of the concert for $12 gen- eral admission; and $7 for children, students and senior citizens. For more information, call 401-248-7038, or email Cat Walsh, youth ensembles manager at Calvacade of Bands dance set for Tuesday PROVIDENCE – The Providence Federation of Musicians, AFM Local 198-457, will present a Cavalcade of Bands Dance Tuesday, Nov. 12, from 6 to 10 p.m., at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet, 60 Rhode Place, Cranston. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door. Cash or check only; no credit or debit cards. Call the Musicians' Union at 401-780-6887 for information or table reservations. Cash bar and ample free parking available. CRAFTOPIA From Page One Talk to Roger Bouchard or Jeff Gamache and plan your own show. One hour segments of radio time available for specialized talk or music segments. Programs can be Spanish, Italian or Greek. Programs can be jazz, blues, oldies or whatever. Use your imagination. Less expensive than you think. Your programs also stream on the internet at Interested? Call and discuss the possibilities. 769-6925 News/Talk 1380/WNRI since 1954 WNRI/1380 Host your own Radio Show? ACROSS 1. Flat-topped hill 5. Fire usually ac- companies it 10. Talked 12. Skillset 14. Unembarrassed 16. Where teens spend their days 18. Boxing's GOAT 19. Used to anoint 20. Rust fungi 22. Panthers' signal caller 23. Forests have lots of them 25. Lentils 26. One's self-esteem 27. Where you entered the world (abbr.) 28. High school test 30. Large, flightless bird 31. Expectorated 33. Some practice it 35. Prickly shrub 37. French river 38. Told on 40. Steep hillside 41. Peyton's little brother 42. Soviet Socialist Republic 44. Welsh river 45. Witness 48. Brews 50. Orange-brown 52. Separates DNA and RNA 53. Mexican agave 55. Self-contained aircraft unit 56. Encourage 57. Atomic #52 (abbr.) 58. About latitude 63. Trivial gadget 65. Film a scene again 66. Small blisters 67. Dark brown DOWN 1. Advanced degree 2. Goes with flow 3. The Caspian is one 4. Accumulate on the surface of 5. Vascular systems or plants 6. A popular kids magazine 7. __ podrida: spicy Spanish stew 8. Vandalized a car 9. Prefix meaning "within" 10. Soviet labor camp system 11. Strong hostilities 13. B complex vitamin 15. Go quickly 17. Toast 18. A team's best pitcher 21. A Philly culinary special 23. Small child 24. Unhappy 27. Trims by cutting 29. Weepy 32. It might be on the back 34. Spy organization 35. Female body part 36. Came back from behind 39. Fall back or spring forward 40. Famed traveling journalist 43. Where the cur- rent is fast 44. Withstand 46. A Philly football player 47. Records brain activity 49. Aromatic powder 51. Circular panpipe 54. Ship as cargo 59. Bar bill 60. Adult female 61. OJ trial judge 62. One's grand- mother 64. Hot, massive star Answers to this week's crossword puzzle can be found on page 23.

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