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The Valley Breeze & Observer 07-23-2020

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19 ENTERTAINMENT JULY 23-29, 2020 | VALLEY BREEZE & OBSERVER LIVING EDITION Providence, and then vote online for your favorite. A People's Choice and a Judges' Choice winner will be announced at the end of the competi- tion. In August, at least 20 ice cream shops across the state will participate in the search for the best scoop shop. Participants will receive one free cup or cone at each location. Tickets cost $25 but are a $100 value. Restaurants are nominated by the public and then invited to partici- pate, Nellis said, adding that all of the events are family-friendly. The restaurants benefit because the com- petition drives new business to them, he added. "It's an interesting way for folks to get to new spots that they literally drive by but have never been to," Nellis said. Many people say they live right down the street from a res- taurant but haven't been until they take part in the competition. For more information and to pur- chase tickets, visit www.rifoodfights. com . FOOD FIGHTS From Page 18 Daniels Farm Farmers Market now open BLACKSTONE – The Daniels Farm Farmers Market is open every Sunday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., through Oct. 4. Doris's Kitchen is open from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., serving grilled franks, burgers (both beef and veg- gie) Italian sausage with peppers and onions, cold beverages and all the fixings. The following vendors are partici- pating: Oakdale Farms, produce; B Food, artisan breads; Three Sisters Farm and Ellen's Hooked Rugs, goat's milk soap, handmade rugs, crafts; BV Cats, cat toys, mats, scarves; The Fudge Lady, assort- ment of fudge; Wante Orchard & Apiary/Three Little Wrens, Overpass Farms, natural meats; San Diego Sunday's, ice cream & lemon- ade; Daniels organic vegetables. Guests are asked to practice appropriate social distancing while on the property and wear masks when coming in close contact with vendors. Indoor tours have currently been suspended due to COVID-19; how- ever, guests are encouraged to walk the property and observe the his- toric nature of the building. Follow the farmstead on Facebook at Daniels Farmstead Farmers Market or reach out to Justine at 508-726-2042 for more information. R.I. Philharmonic Youth Wind Ensemble auditions now taking place EAST PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Philharmonic Youth Wind Ensemble is looking for the finest student musicians in grades 7 through 12 for the upcoming 2020-21 performance season. The Youth Ensemble is part of the R.I. Philharmonic Orchestra Music School. Directed by David Neves, a nationally recognized music educator and conductor, RIPYWE includes over 75 of the finest R.I. band stu- dents from throughout the state. RIPYWE performs three concerts during the school year and members are recognized as being among the best players in Rhode Island. All students who love performing band music, play woodwind, brass, or per- cussion instruments, and are looking for a challenging musical experience, should audition. Auditions will continue throughout the summer, but interested students should audition as soon as possible before the groups are filled. For more information, contact Christine Eldridge at celdridge@ri-philhar- monic.org, RIPYWE music director Neves at dneves@ri-philharmonic. org or visit https://tinyurl.com/ y94lx9ne . Rhode Island PBS presents Camp TV PROVIDENCE – Children longing for that summer camp experience can find the next best thing in Camp TV weekdays at 10 a.m. on WSBE Rhode Island PBS. Public television stations across the country are working together to create this unique one-hour public television series that brings the day camp experi- ence to children nationwide through Friday, Aug. 7. Providing ideas for fun activities to children who cannot go to camp this summer, Camp TV is hosted by a head counselor played by Zachary Noah Piser, a Broadway performer who guides campers as they learn through play. Kids will learn about surface tension while making bouncing bubbles, and discover shapes while creating a fly- ing origami star. Children will learn how to do magic tricks, turn sneakers into tap shoes, create an oboe from a straw, and make guacamole. They will meet all kinds of animals, too, from a playful bearcat to chickens who like classical music. ACROSS 1. One-time world power 5. Central Florida city 10. Winged nut 12. Elevate spiritu- ally 14. Creative 16. It cools your home 18. Woman (French) 19. "60 Minutes" network 20. Old World lizard 22. Swiss river 23. Ethnic group of Cambodians 25. Abba __, Israeli politician 26. Tire measure- ment 27. Affirmative 28. Thrust horse power (abbr.) 30. One point north of due east 31. A type of "pet" 33. Tech giant 35. European nation 37. Fencing swords 38. Acquired 40. Origin 41. Cashless pay- ment interface (abbr.) 42. Pouch 44. Peter's last name 45. Inclined 48. Palestinian terri- tory __ Strip 50. A type of syrup 52. Bravo! Bravo! Bravo! 53. Weather Under- ground activist 55. Run batted in 56. Frozen water 57. Sodium 58. Philly specialty 63. Cuts the wool off 65. Rules 66. Icelandic literary works 67. Tattled DOWN 1. "Pulp Fiction" actress Thurman 2. Actors' organiza- tion 3. Conscientious investment ap- proach (abbr.) 4. Ranch (Spanish) 5. Beginning 6. Index 7. Portuguese wine 8. A feudal superior 9. Military brach (abbr.) 10. Lithuanian given name 11. A way to become different 13. Able to be do- mesticated 15. Defensive nuclear weapon 17. Hosts film festival 18. Shows you how to get there 21. Arranged alpha- betically 23. S. Thai isthmus 24. The 17th letter of the Greek alphabet 27. Woods 29. Make yourself attractive 32. Concealed 34. Large primate 35. A favorite saying of a sect or politi- cal group 36. Tropical fruits 39. Obstruct 40. Car mechanics group 43. Stroke gently 44. They're in your toolbox 46. Throngs 47. One and only 49. In a way, bent 51. "Downton Abbey" broadcaster 54. Herring-like fish 59. A major division of geological time 60. Vast body of water 61. Cannister 62. Encourage 64. The man Answers to this week's crossword puzzle can be found on page 21. WOOD OVEN PIZZA & BAR CURBSIDE PICK UP AND CARRY OUT (401) 353-7110 www.thefirebrickoven.com 1874 Mineral Spring Avenue, North Providence, RI BAR OPEN TILL LAST CALL Hours: Monday Closed; Tuesday-Thursday & Sunday 4-9 p.m.; Friday & Saturday 4-9 p.m. Summer Seafood Menu New England Clam Chowder ....Cup $4.95 Bowl $6.95 Clam Cakes ................Half Dozen $5.95 Dozen $9.95 Cakes & Chowder .... Cup & 3 $8.95 Bowl & 3 $10.95 Native Steamer Clams Simply steamed with celery and onion in a white wine broth, served with drawn butter 1lb. $16.95 2lbs. $31.95 Braised Mussels Simply steamed with celery and onion, in white wine broth, served with drawn butter 1 lb. $18.95 Firecracker Shrimp Baby Shrimp fried and tossed in a sriracha honey chili sauce $10.95 Buffalo Style – Add $1 The Original Stuffie Our signature recipe, with tender chopped clams, chorizo sausage, peppers and onion, served with lemon wedge. ........................... Single $3.50 Twin $6.95 Calamari Angelo Pt. Judith, RI Calamari tossed with cherry peppers in a garlic butter sauce, served with marinara $12.95 Calamari Balsamico – Add $1 Rustic Wood Oven Chicken Wings Topped with caramelized onions, tossed with Our Signature Rosemary Parmesan Garlic Sauce, BBQ, or Buffalo Sauce 8 Wings $8.95 | 16 Wings $16.95 APPETIZERS Don't miss out on the Summer Specials we know you love! Indoor Dining, Full Bar Service and Outdoor Dining Available DOCKSIDE COMBOS Combos include fries & homemade cole slaw $9.95 N o 1 1/4lb Hamburger/Cheeseburger Lettuce, tomato, mayo N o 2 "Gourmet" Hot Dog Natural casing all-beef frankfurter N o 3 Fresh Fish Sandwich Crunch fish on a toasted bun N o 4 Chicken Tenders Raw Bar Appy Hour 4 p.m.- 6:30 p.m. Shrimp Cocktail ...........................2.75 ea. Littleneck Clams ........................ $1.50 ea. Oysters ........................................ $1.95 ea. SEAFOOD PLATTERS All platters include fries & homemade cole slaw. Rolls are all buttered and toasted. Fried Shrimp ..................................................................... $17.95 Tender & Sweet Clam Strips ....................................... $16.95 Tender & Sweet Clam Roll .......................................... $14.95 Fish & Chips ............................................................$12.95 Calamari Platter .....................................................$15.95 Fresh Bay Scallops .................................................$18.95 Twin Combo Platter Choose 2: Calamari, Clam Strip, Shrimp, Scallops ................................................................ $18.95 Lobster Salad Roll Chunks of hand picked lobster, tossed in creamy mayonnaise ....................................... $21.95 NATIVE LOBSTERS Served with drawn butter & lemon Single (1.25lb. Lobster) $15.95 Twins $29.95 Shore Hall Dinner Steamers & Mussels, 1.25lb. lobster, steamed potatoes, corn on the cob, sweet Italian sausage $26.95 SIDES Served with drawn butter & lemon French Fries $3.95 | Onion Rings $4.95 | Cole Slaw $2.95 Steamed Potatoes $3.95 | Corn on the Cob $3.95 Dining Guide

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