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Westport Camping Grounds, now closed and soon to be acquired by the Town of Westport, announces an "everything must go" going-out-of-business estate sale. The public is invited one day only, this … more
A bad forecast — as in, the blustery, wet weather we've been seeing all week in the East Bay — is not what Jean Helger-Bento, owner of Pachet Brook Farm, wants to see in these early … more
The Westport River Watershed Alliance will welcome visitors to the River Center, their recently completed headquarters at the Head of Westport, on Saturday, October 19 from 1 to 3 p.m. The open house … more
How reading makes the reader a better person will be the topic at the Bosworth Lecture Series on Thursday, Oct 10 at 7 p.m. at the Rogers Free Library. The event is free and open to the public. … more
"It's the first time it's ever been done anywhere, and the first community art-making event in Rhode Island that the Rhode Island State Council on the arts has funded," said organizer Sally … more
PORTSMOUTH — Members of the Common Fence Point Improvement Association invite the community to join them from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. this Saturday, Sept. 28, for an official ribbon-cutting … more
"I've always liked hanging out in graveyards," admits Joan Quinn, dressed in a full-length hooded black cape and clutching a lantern while standing in front of the old State House on the Town Common … more
Bristol boats, a Bristol company and a Bristol photographer will be at the center of an exhibit opening this Friday at the Cape Cod Maritime Museum in Hyannis, Mass. An opening reception is this … more
WESTPORT — Shellstock 2019, Westport’s celebration of “local beer, local food and local oysters,” as Director of Marine Services Chris Leonard puts it, will take place at Buzzards Bay … more
Pedal 35, 75, or 100 miles on October 6 and join more than 300 others biking to protect clean water in Buzzards Bay at the Buzzards Bay Watershed Ride. Registration is open at … more
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