Community Events

Support Charlie's Chapter and the Bay Sox

A member of the Bay Sox Baseball team has a 2 year-old cousin named Charlie who suffers from a rare condition called acute transverse myelitis, which causes inflammation of the brain stem and spinal cord. Charlie was left with permanent damage to her spinal cord, which has left her paralyzed from the neck down with a possibility of permanent paralysis. She currently has a tracheotomy to assist with her breathing and a feeding tube, which the doctors are hoping to be able to remove soon! Luckily, there is a way you can help.

Please help the Bay Sox parents in their efforts to raise donations to contribute to Charlie’s Chapter! Join us on February 15th at the Venus De Milo for alive performance from “Dirty Deeds”, and AC/DC Experience! For tickets, call 774-930-1636 or email!

For more details, click here!

12th Annual Indoor Pow-Wow & Spring Gathering

Join the Aquidneck Indian Council for their 12th Annual Indoor Pow-wow & Spring Gathering on Saturday, March 23  9am – 5pm!
There will be drumming, dancing, refreshments, and more! The Soaring Eagle Singers and other percussionists will provide music. Native and not-so native items for sale, with the proceeds helping to support St Joseph’s Indian School and the Council charities. This event is open to the public, FREE admission, and will be good family fun!
KofC Hall, 7 Valley Rd, Middletown RI
**This is an alcohol & drug free event**.
For info, contact the Council Secretary: 401-683-4589 or

Bingo Night to Support Dana Farber

On Sunday, April 7, join Amy Lipsitz and her family at their bingo fundraiser to benefit the Dana Farber Marathon Challenge! Their goal is to raise $10,262  for Amy’s 4th running of the 2019 Boston Marathon as a member of the Dana Farber Boston Marathon (DFMC) Team. She will run the 26.2 mile course in honor and memory of those who have battled cancer and for her patient partner, Cheyenne Stockwood, 6, on Patriots Day, April 15, 20I9.

Your contribution will help support over 300,000 adult and pediatric patients and more than 700 clinical trials.

You can learn more about Amy’s commitment to finding a cure by visiting her webpage at:

To donate or have any additional questions answered, call Anne Lipsitz at (401) 500-6690, or