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The Valley Breeze Pawtucket 06-24-2020

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THE VALLEY BREEZE | SUMMER 2020 29 29 29 Spring projects mean Summer Fun! Outdoor & Indoor Projects? We've got you covered. www.VILLAGEPAINTINC.com 900 Victory Highway Slatersville Plaza, Slatersville, RI (401) 76PAINT (401) 765-3128 Mon.-Fri.. 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sat. 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. GET THE PERKS OF PERSONAL ATTENTION Ask about Our In-Home Color Consultations 790 Great Rd., No. Smithfield, Rhode Island (401) 765-2222 STOP BY OR GIVE US A CALL Open 7 days a week Full Stocking Weber, Traeger, Big Green Egg & Yeti Dealer NOW AT ACE Roll with the Best Pine Bark.... $36/yd. Black Pine... $38/yd. Red Cedar... $40/yd. Hemlock.......$40/yd. BULK MULCH by the yard Pine Mulch Cedar Mulch Red Cedar Hemlock Coca BAGGED MULCH 2 cu. ft. Summer Summer at Hardware & Garden Center Come V isit Our Unique Garden Shop Flowers • Trees • Shrubs Tropicals • Sod • Garden Decor Thank you to all our loyal customers both new and old for your continued support Store Hours: Mon.-Fri. 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; Sat. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sun. 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Outdoor dining will continue to be a trend this summer, as social distancing remains in effect and more people are staying home instead of traveling. Most area breweries have also added outdoor spots for patrons, hoping to maintain traffic and keep the taps flow- ing. They're urging fans to be patient due to the need to make reservations and keep rules in place when they come together. At Lops Brewing in Woonsocket, owner Sean Lopolito's preparations to reopen after COVID-19 measures included preparing the patio area for outdoor seating. It's the second summer in a row the brewery will offer outdoor seating, and Lopolito is hoping custom- ers will take advantage of the outdoor space in addition to limited tasting room seating. "It would be great to have a lot of people coming in, but we realize that everybody still isn't comfortable, and that's OK," he said. Lopolito said he'll continue to-go sales in growlers and cans for customers Breweries join restaurants with outdoor spaces By LAUREN CLEM, ETHAN SHOREY, NICOLE DOTZENROD Valley Breeze Staff Writers See BREWERIES, Page 31

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