The Cranston High School East class of 2023 will host a yard sale from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on April 30 outside Cranston East, 899 Park Ave. If you are interested in renting a table, please contact Ms. …
The Cranston High School East class of 2023 will host a yard sale from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on April 30 outside Cranston East, 899 Park Ave. If you are interested in renting a table, please contact Ms. Bell at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up – it is $20 to rent a table space. Set up is from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. on April 30. Proceeds go toward helping the junior class raise money.
The $200 Comedy Course kicks off on September 12th for six weeks in Warwick (except Columbus day). The instructors are John Perrotta, Coleen Galvin Yaroshenko, and Rockin’ Joe Hebert. If you’ve ever thought of giving stand-up comedy a try, now’s your chance. At the end of the course, you’ll take the stage in our graduation show at Rhode Island’s newest comedy hot spot, the Comedy Park in Cranston RI. We anticipate a full class! So sign up early by calling the Comedy Factory at 401-639-7726. www.comedyfactoryri.com, richof.org.
The City of Cranston Parks and Recreation will have the egg hunt again this year on April 9 at Cooney Field (field next to Bain). In the event of inclement weather, the event will be inside the Pastore Youth Center. There are designated times, which are based on age.
Age group “Taking steps” to Pre-K will be from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Age group K through second grade will be from 11:30 am to 12:30 p.m.
The Easter Bunny plans to visit and photo opportunities will be available. Be sure to bring your camera. There will also be several Easter Baskets to be won.
Cranston High School West Theatre brings a classic board game and motion picture to life with Clue: On Stage, at the Cranston West Alumni Auditorium, April 8-9. They are excited to bring this entertaining show to the community and we can hardly wait to see our audience in back in the theater again.
Based on the iconic 1985 Paramount movie which was inspired by the classic Hasbro board game, Clue is a hilarious farce-meets-murder mystery. The tale begins at a remote mansion, where six mysterious guests assemble for an unusual dinner party where murder and blackmail are on the menu. When their host turns up dead, they all become suspects. Led by Wadsworth – the butler, Miss Scarlett, Professor Plum, Mrs. White, Mr. Green, Mrs. Peacock and Colonel Mustard race to find the killer as the body count stacks up. Clue is the comedy whodunit that will leave both cult-fans and newcomers in stitches as they try to figure out…WHO did it, WHERE, and with WHAT!
“Clue” will take place on April 8 at 7:30 p.m. and April 9 at 7:30 p.m. Admission is $10 per person. Tickets will be available for purchase during school lunches the week prior to the show. You can purchase tickets at the door before each performance. Only cash or checks payable to CHSW Theater are accepted at the school. If there are any questions, call 401-270-8049.
The Edgewood Waterfront Preservation Association in conjunction with the Pawtuxet Village Association is sponsoring a clean-up of Stillhouse Cove and Pawtuxet Park on April 23 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. RSVP required. Additionally, Ward 2 Council Member Aniece Germaine is sponsoring a Doric Park clean-up from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on April 23. Contact Aniece (email@example.com) with questions. Lastly, Ward 5 Council Member Chris Paplauskas is hosting a Meshanticut Lake clean-up on April 24. Meet at 1 p.m. in the Cranston West High School parking lot. Contact Chris (firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions.
Esperanza-Hope Art Exhibition which began on April 2 will run to April 29 at the Cranston Public Library.
The Esperanza-Hope Art Exhibition will feature masterpieces that were created by children between the ages of 6 and 15 during the Esperanza-Hope free art program. These masterpieces are filled with colors, laughs, positivity and love.
The Cranston Hall of Fame is looking for inductees for the class of 2022. If you or someone you know is a worthy candidate, having graduated from one of Cranston high schools over 10 years ago, and have your mark professionally and in your community, send us your nomination.
The deadline to submit a nomination is April 29. To learn more about the Hall of Fame, or to print out an application, go to https://www.facebook.com/thecranstonhalloffame, or nomination forms can also be found at: https://cranston-hall-of-fame.business.site/?utm_source=gmb&utm_medium=referral, or www.cpsed.net under culture.
On April 16 from noon to 3 p.m. join in for the cleaning of the Spring Clean Up/Grounds, located at 1351 Cranston St.
Please dress in outdoor attire and bring gloves, rakes, weed whackers and leaf bags -- if possible. If you can bring along a chainsaw/leaf blower, that is appreciated. Contact: Gregg & Mary at 944-9226.
The St. Mary’s Feast Society will be holding a special Pasta & Meatball dinner to benefit the family, created around MAE Organization For The Homeless’ signature meal, pasta and meat sauce. The event will be held from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. on May 14. Tickets are $25 per person and a table of 10 is $200. Ticket are available at the Feast Society.
Bring your family for a hearty pasta dinner complete with garlic bread, salad and dessert! They will have Italian music, a photo booth and awesome raffles!
Richard Campopiano, Ward 4 Councilman and his wife, Debbie, are holding an Easter Egg Hunt at Orchard Farms Elementary School on Scituate Ave. on April 9 at 10 a.m. They have stuffed more than 6,000 eggs!
For more information, contact Councilman Richard Campopiano at (email@example.com) or call 527-8382.
The Rhode Island chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness is now accepting registration for their Spring 2022 virtual Family-to-Family course which begins on April 13. This is a free, eight-session educational program for family, significant others and friends of people with mental health conditions. It is a designated evidenced-based program, which means that research shows that the program significantly improves the coping and problem-solving abilities of the people closest to a person with a mental health condition.
NAMI-Rhode Island’s Family-to-Family course is taught by trained family members who have lived experience with a loved one, and includes presentations, discussions and interactive exercises.
For more information on the Family-to-Family curriculum and registration requirements, visit www.namirhodeisland.org or call 401-331-3060 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Save the date! The Cranston Rotary Club will hold its spring Touch a Truck event on May 22 at Garden City Center. More details to follow. Interested in bringing your vehicle? Email the organization at CranstonRotaryClub@gmail.com.
Come join the “Rocky Point Pacers” for a walk around Rocky Point every Tuesday and Thursday morning at 9 a.m., weather permitting. They meet at the gate on Rocky Point Avenue. Get some sunshine and burn off some holiday pounds.
Calling all RI public high school juniors: The 2022 PrepareRI High school Internship Program is accepting applications to participate in on-site/in-person, paid summer experiential learning internships with local employers across the state.
This program will help you earn, learn and connect with employers across Rhode Island. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Visit https://skillsforri.com/prepareri for more information.
Do you know a student aged 11 - 14 who loves to create and to perform? Encourage them to apply to our ARTS Scholarships 2022 program. Applications and guidelines are now available at ppacri.org/artsscholarships.
The ARTS Scholarships 2022 program, sponsored by the Textron Charitable Trust and the PPAC Annual Fund with support from WPRI 12 and Ocean State Charities Trust, offers young artists an opportunity to participate in local summer arts education program that will broaden their experience in their chosen area of study.
Qualified students must be aged 11 - 14 by June 1 of this year and reside in and attend school in Rhode Island.
Easter egg hunting began in America when German immigrants brought their Osterhase tradition to Pennsylvania in the 1700s. The festivity soon spread across the nation, and baskets replaced nests. Eventually, the game evolved into a treasure hunt, and the prizes expanded from just hard-boiled eggs to include chocolate, candy, toys and coins. In many families, the Easter Bunny leaves a basket filled with gifts, not just eggs to find. (Source history of the Easter Egg Hunt)
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