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The Valley Breeze Cumberland Lincoln 11-14-2019

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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©2019 THE VALLEY BREEZE Living THE VALLEY BREEZE NOVEMBER 14-20, 2019 Bazaars 9 Calendar 13 Entertainment 3 Movie 8 Parenting 3 Real Estate 11 Recipe 4 Classifi eds 15 QUICK INDEX @ GLOCESTER – In historic Chepachet village, there's a diverse range of artist studios and shops run by women, and Kim Belleavoine wants everyone to know that they're here to explore. Learn about creat- ing tattoos, designing stained glass pieces, making maple syrup or stitching dog col- lars and more, all part of the 2nd annual Shop Chepachet: Off the Beaten Path, which takes place on Saturday, Nov. 23, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at nine locations around the village. "It's always my goal to get people Shop off the beaten path in Chepachet By MELANIE THIBEAULT Valley Breeze Staff Writer to come to Chepachet," Belleavoine, of Kim's Painted Glass Designs & Workshops and the event's organizer, told The Valley Breeze. "We want peo- ple to know that these places exist." The diverse list of participants are Kim's Painted Glass Designs & Workshops and Mae Bell Sweets, both at 196 Spring Grove Road; PB&J Pup Bakery and It Takes 2 Designs, both at 192 Spring Grove Road; Holidaze Stained Glass/ My Free Spirit, 712 Putnam Pike; Chepachet Farms, 226 Tourtellot Hill Road; Listen To Your Art, 27 Tourtellot Hill Road; Trish Hampton, 1182 Putnam Pike; Lovett's Fine Cigars & Arts, 1184 Putnam Pike; Money Hill Tattoo, 15 Money Hill Road; and The Fearless Art Club at Glocester Manton Library, 1137 Putnam Pike. Visitors can pick up a map of all the locations at any of the spots on event day or prior to it at the My Life RHEA BOUCHARD POWERS The plan for today Today is my day off. People laugh when I say that because I'm retired. And I can understand why they find it amusing, because technically speak- ing all my days are now "days off." But they're not. Not really. What I have done in reality was to trade in my nose-to-the-grindstone days of actual labor for days of doing things that please me, fun things that add substance to my well-earned days of leisure. Like bowling, golf- ing, knitting with friends, and play- ing cards. Things that I do because I enjoy them. The flip side to that coin, however, is that in signing on to doing them, each becomes a com- mitment, voluntary and pleasurable though it may be. And so, from Monday to Thursday I look forward to being out and about, doing fun things and social- izing with people. But come Friday, once I get this column written and electronically winging its way to The Valley Breeze, I am "on my weekend." Today's plan, formulated earlier in the week, has been to finish the task See CHEPACHET, Page 14 See RHEA, Page 12 BELLEAVOINE 401.333.0665 Visit our website: Since 1935 Oil | Propane | Bioheat | Motor Fuels Generator | Complete Heating Service Emergency Generators Sales & Installation Propane for your Home Heating & Cooking Together we make a difference For the Best of the Best, come down to . . . Mazzarelli's Bakery 229 Central Street, Milford, MA 508-473-1175 | Mon. & Tues. 8 a.m.-6:30 p.m.; Wed.-Fri. 7 a.m.-6:30 p.m.; Sat. 7 a.m.-3 p.m. and Closed Sundays Since the 1930s Mazzarelli's Bakery has been delivering fresh baked bakery items to Central MA and parts of New England. Freshly Made Breads • Rolls • Subs Walk Ins Always Welcome • Pre Order for the Holidays Mazzarelli's Bakery Mazzarelli's Bakery

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