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The Valley Breeze Cumberland Lincoln 07-30-2020

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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VALLEY BREEZE LIVING EDITION | JULY 30-AUGUST 5, 2020 ENTERTAINMENT 26 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 veggie) 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 & lem- onade; 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. Museum of Work and Culture offers Hands-on History virtual programs WOONSOCKET – As part of its Hands-on History: Summer Spotlight Rhode Island virtual sum- mer education series, The Museum of Work & Culture will present the program "I've Got No Strings" on Tuesday, Aug. 4, at 9:30 a.m. In this puppetry program, partici- pants will learn about the history of the artform, including finger, stick, and shadow puppets. A professional puppet master will make a guest appearance. Children will also be able to create their own puppets, using provided materials. On Tuesday, Aug. 18, the pro- gram "Vaudeville & Variety" will be offered. Children will learn about the fascinating and diverse world of vaudeville and variety shows. Museum educators will guide stu- dents through the history of vaude- ville in Rhode Island, including its biggest acts and performers. In the second half of the program, the chil- dren will put on their own variety show, in which each child can per- form and showcase their own unique talent. Families can register for programs by emailing ACROSS 1. Central processing unit 4. Military action 10. How electricity gets to train car- riages (abbr.) 11. Unsafe 12. Of (French) 14. Autonomic ner- vous system 15. Type of bean 16. Accuse formally of a crime 18. Promote 22. Type of lava 23. Meat from a deer 24. Herbaceous plants 26. Potato state 27. Helsinki neigh- borhood 28. Sports officials 30. Shout wildly 31. Reptile genus 34. Frocks 36. Born of 37. N. Scandinavian indigenous people 39. Poultry cage 40. Aquatic insect genus 41. Of I 42. Ad __: tirelessly repetitive 48. Item 50. Produce 51. Seedless raisin 52. Bond in a third party's control 53. Legendary char- acter __ Finn 54. Space station 55. Note at the end of a letter 56. In a way, contra- dicted 58. Midway between northeast and east 59. Bears important traffic 60. Brooklyn hoop- ster DOWN 1. Presides 2. Artist's tool 3. On a higher floor 4. Commercial 5. Something to watch 6. Chased 7. Commercial pro- ducers 8. Keyboard instru- ment 9. Blue grass state 12. Phonograph recording 13. Unusual 17. Popular average 19. A native or in- habitant of Asia 20. N. Sweden river 21. Related on the mother's side 25. Mediator 29. Partner of to 31. Arm bones 32. Korean seafood dish 33. Tap of the foot 35. Astronauts 38. Carolina foot- baller 41. Indiana city 43. Of or relating to bears 44. Not widely known 45. Body part 46. At the peak 47. High-pitched cries of a cat 49. A way to intim- idate 56. Prosecutor 57. Atomic #66 Answers to this week's crossword puzzle can be found on page 28. Dining Guide Now Open for Dine-In Masks Are Required No Reservations Needed Come See What's New Inside Curbside Pick Up Available Call to Place Your Order To Ensure the Safety of our Guests, We Exceed the RI Department of Health Standards for Sanitization ! 260 Newport Ave., East Providence, RI • 401-438-4646 • FOUR CHEESE EGGPLANT LASAGNA - Fresh breaded eggplant layered with noodles, ricotta, cheddar and Romano cheeses. With our spicy meatless marinara sauce, topped with mozzarella cheese, baked to perfection. With soup or salad. $14.95 PASTA WITH MEATBALLS - Penne macaroni or spaghetti with meatballs, smothered with our famous meat sauce. A traditional favorite. Served with soup or salad. $13.50 BAKED SCROD - Fresh cod baked in a lemon butter sauce with our special seasoned cracker crumb topping. With pasta or fries & soup or salad $15.95 BAKED SEA SCALLOPS - Giant North Atlantic sea scallops baked with a lemon butter crumb topping. Served with pasta or fries & soup or salad. $17.95 BAKED SEAFOOD PLATTER - A medley of fresh cod, sea scallops and shrimp, baked in our lemon butter crumb topping. With pasta or fries & soup or salad. $20.95 LOBSTER, SHRIMP & SCALLOPS IN A PINK ALFREDO SAUCE - Lobster, shrimp and scallops in a pink Alfredo sauce served over fresh fettuccine, with soup or salad. $21.95 SUPREME STEAK GOURMET PIZZA - Marinated steak with sauteed mushrooms, peppers and onions with an aglio olio sauce and a 4 cheese blend. On our rustic gourmet dough. $13.95 FRIED RAVIOLI - Served with marinara sauce. $8.50 EAST PROVIDENCE LOCATION ONLY! ®

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