'41 Signs of Hope' program planned at Arctic Playhouse

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As the 16th anniversary of the Station Nightclub fire approaches, a local author with a deeply personal connection to the tragedy is planning a free, public program to share a message of faith and resilience.

Dave Kane – father of Nicholas O’Neill, who at 18 was the youngest victim of the blaze – will welcome members of the community to The Arctic Playhouse, 117 Washington St., West Warwick, at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 24, for an event based on his book, “41 Signs of Hope.”

According to a press release, Kane will share “fascinating stories and intriguing evidence of life that never ends.”

“After receiving a barrage of signs, including vocal messages from Nicky, Dave is convinced that he has not ‘lost’ his son,” the release states. “Instead he has been given the priceless gift of a loving, eternal connection with his boy. After experiencing Dave’s uplifting presentation and seeing his evidence, you too will be assured that your loved ones who have passed are still with you.”

For more information visit 41signsofhope.com.

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