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The Valley Breeze Cumberland Lincoln 06-25-2020

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20 ENTERTAINMENT JUNE 25-JULY 1, 2020 | VALLEY BREEZE LIVING EDITION tions around Woonsocket, from noon to 2 p.m., anyone can stop by and pick up some chalk as well as a packet that will highlight some of the services that CCA and Thundermist offer. There is no age cutoff or residency restrictions, Randall said. "If you have chalk at your house already you can be a part of this," she said. The locations to pick up chalk include 1 Social St., the Woonsocket Shelter at 176 Sayles St., 181 Cumberland St., and St. James Episcopal Church at 24 Hamlet Ave. Randall said people can drive through the locations picking up their packets and chalk, or walk through. "We will be giving out random gift cards in a Willy Wonka theme," Randall said. "There will be golden tickets in some of the packets leading to gift cards right away." As for the chalk drawings, that will also result in a competition with win- ners receiving gift cards. Randall said that from Friday until Sunday, June 28, participants can make chalk drawings wherever they are allowed to whether it be a sidewalk, a driveway or a park- ing lot. Randall said they will have parts of their parking lot taped off so there will be spaces to draw for people who do not have a space. They can start working on their masterpieces as soon as they get their chalk in spaces marked off at the pickup stations. "Anyone can do it but we ask that the pictures be family-friendly," Randall said. Participants can create a work of art for themselves or be part of the contest. Randall and other staffers involved have created a hashtag to go along with each participant's work. If they want to share their work with the public, they should take a photo and upload it on social media with the hashtag #CCAartApart. "We are going to be picking random pictures on Monday, June 29, to win a gift card," Randall said. "I don't know how many yet." CCA has a Facebook and Instagram page, but participants can use any social media platform. Once a picture is selected, Randall said they will con- tact that winner. Randall said she was happy with the instant gratification she felt after the flash parade and hopes to get that feel- ing again with this event. She said with working in mental health, the progress is slow and you are not always sure if you are helping right away. She said she doesn't know what to expect for a turnout with this new event but she is hopeful. "As long as I can see one smiling per- son," she said she would be happy. "I want to make people feel not alone." For upcoming Community Care Alliance events, Randall said people can visit their Facebook page or their website at www.communitycareri.org . There have been Zoom forums, with more planned, and upcoming virtual summer camps and virtual arts and crafts. As PIPBHC and Thundermist work together, Randall said that they are trying to fill the gaps in the health care system and make it easier on families. She said they are a one-stop concierge service to get organized. "We're all excited to be out in the community and see people face to face," she said. "We want to get people out and away from the computer screen." Hearthside House will hold outdoor tours this weekend LINCOLN – Hearthside House Museum, 677 Great Road, will hold outdoor tours on Saturday and Sunday, June 27-28, at 1 and 2 p.m. Costumed guides provide a tour which showcases the beauty of Hearthside's grounds and the unusual stone construction of this historic house. The tour takes place entirely outdoors and features interesting details and mysteries about its architecture along with the histories of some of the past owners over its 200 years. Hearthside has developed re- opening protocols to meet state regulations for the safety of visitors and volunteers alike. Advance reg- istration before visiting is essential. No more than six guests will be included in each tour group to allow for ample physical distanc- ing. Face masks also must be worn and hand sanitizers are available during the tour. Although the museum will be closed to visitors, the gift shop will be open at the conclusion of each tour. Proceeds support the continued programming and care of the property. CHALK ART From Page 19 ACROSS 1. Protects from weather 4. Superhigh fre- quency 7. Southern constel- lation 8. Swines 10. Self-righteously moralistic person 12. United Arab Emirates city 13. Surinam toad 14. Sign language 16. Tattoo (slang) 17. Makes level 19. Sun up in New York 20. It must be scratched 21. Where people live 25. Swiss river 26. Buddy 27. One of two equal parts of a divisi- ble whole 29. Shrek is one 30. Egyptian unit of weight 31. Fiddler crabs 32. Carroll O'Con- nor's TV wife 39. No longer having life 41. Former OSS 42. A way to emit sound 43. Mandela's party 44. Adult female chicken 45. U. of Miami's mascot 46. Southeastern Chinese people 48. Casino game 49. Amos Alonzo __, US football coach 50. Joint connecting two pipes at right angles 51. Will Ferrell film 52. River in NE Scotland DOWN 1. Occur 2. Show up 3. Capital of Taiwan 4. Former French coin 5. Some are bad 6. Monetary unit 8. Package (abbr.) 9. Indian religious person 11. Crew 14. Antidiuretic hormone 15. Makeshift 18. Baseball box score stat 19. Make a mistake 20. Not moving 22. Even distribution of weight 23. Clumsy person 24. Paddle 27. Worked the soil 28. Alias 29. Plant cultivated in Peru 31. Side-blotched lizards genus 32. Wild dog 33. Immoral act 34. Pound 35. Manning and Lilly are two 36. Put on the shelf for now 37. Baltimore ball- player 38. Cuddle 39. Dashes 40. Related on the mother's side 44. Witch 47. Kilogram force (abbr.) Answers to this week's crossword puzzle can be found 22. Do you know someone celebrating a July Birthday? 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