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Saint Mark's Parish Annual Fair

Saint Mark's Parish Annual Fair


Come celebrate the Parish of St. Mark's annual fair on Saturday, September 6th from 9AM-4PM!

105 Stanley Street in Attleboro Falls, MA


Acitivities, Music, and Foods

DJ Nate Adams will provide lively music throughout the day!

Hot dogs, hamburgers, doughboys, chowder and clam cakes, meatball grinders, pizza, pastries, and ice cream sundaes

For kids of all ages, there are outdoor game booths and a train ride.

Arts & Crafts, a What-Not-Shoppe, Children's room, Book Room, Stitch and Knit, Baked Goods, and religious articles for sale

Raffles for cash prizes, an Apple iPad Air, and a PlayStation 4!

Saint Mark's Fair is a traditional "End of Summer" ritual. Come and join in on the fun!


6th Annual Car, Truck and Bike Show

Rolling Thunder® Inc., RI Chapter 1 4th Annual “Never Forgotten” Run

26th Annual Walk to Benefit the Schwartz Center for Children

The Schwartz Center for Children has just kicked off its ‘Walk With Us’ online fundraising campaign, and will hold their symbolic 26th annual walk, to be held rain or shine, on Sunday, September 14, 2014 at Fort Taber in New Bedford, MA.

Check-in begins at 8:30 a.m. The 3.5-mile loop around Fort Taber will begin at 9:30 a.m., after a few words from New Bedford’s Mayor. Come enjoy family-friendly activities and music.

To join the ‘Walk With Us’ campaign, register at:

New England Humane Society 1st Annual Golf Tournament

Please sign up for the New England Humane Society Annual Golf Tournament to benefit the New England Humane Society on September 15, 2014.


We will have a great day of golf at the beautiful Cranston Country Club in Cranston, RI ( The event will include a 4-person scramble, Luncheon cookout and Awards Dinner Reception to follow.

Register now and remember to invite your friends to play. Just click on "Tell a Friend" and you can send them a link to this site automatically.

Thank you for your support of the New England Humane Society. We place on average over 20 dogs a month from high-kill animal shelters in Georgia into loving homes here in New England! Help us build our new facility here in RI! 

Introduction to Modern Square Dancing


The Portsmouth Town Howlers will host an introduction to modern square dancing!

Sunday, September 14th and 21st from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Portsmouth Multi-Purpose Senior Center

110 Bristol Ferry Road, Portsmouth, RI 02871


Don Davis, club president, states that “no experience is necessary; if you can walk
you can square dance.” The introduction will be led by club caller Jim Schell.
The Town Howlers is the oldest square dance club in New England.


There is no charge and refreshments will be served.

For information call 401 849-6266
or 401 683-1778.


Seventh Annual Society of St. Vincent de Paul Friends of the Poor Walk

Seventh Annual Society of St. Vincent de Paul Friends of the Poor Walk

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul Friends of the Poor Walk is a one-mile, fundraising event intended to raise awareness of (and funds for) people from our community in crisis.

Applications can be found at

The day’s events kick off with registration at 9 and the walk will begin at 10, followed by a free family fun festival featuring complimentary entertainment, food and activities.


Saturday, September 20

9:00 a.m. check-in, registration

10:00 a.m. kickoff

10:30 a.m. family-friendly events, entertainment and free food

Governor John A Notte, Jr. Memorial Park

2 Governor Notte Parkway

North Providence, RI


For more information, please contact Renee Brissette at 401.490.0822  or

1st Annual Panda Plunge at Narragansett Town Beach

The Welcome House of South County presents the 1st Annual Panda Plunge, a family event to help end homelessness and hunger in our community. Proceeds from this event will support the Welcome House shelter, housing, soup kitchen, and social service programs. The event includes a festive “plunge” into the warm waters of Narragansett Town Beach by individuals and teams that compete for prizes in categories such as Best Costumes, Best Team Spirit, and Highest Fundraiser. Top prizes include an LCD TV, iPad mini, and more!  To keep the crowd entertained the event includes music, face painting and food for plungers and for participants. The event starts at 10:00 AM on Saturday, September 27th at the Narragansett Beach South Pavilion, with the plunge at noon. All plungers will receive a commemorative t-shirt and wrist band for entering. All you need to do is to raise $35 to enter, and if you raise more than $100, your entrance fee is waived!  You can register online at, through our Facebook page, or by stopping in at our shelter at 8 North Road in Peace Dale. You can also call our shelter at 782-4770 if you have any questions regarding this event or any of the services that Welcome House provides to the community.  The Welcome House of South County is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that provides shelter, soup kitchen, case management, and transitional housing for the residents of South County since 1987.

Warren Rescue Squad 5th Annual Golf Tournament

The Pink Party 2014

The 2nd Annual Pink Party will take place on Saturday, October 4th, 2014 at the East Greenwich Armory.

The Pink Party is an annual fashion show fundraiser that benefits the American Cancer Society, Making Strides Against Breast Cancer. Our show features drinks, food, music, raffles, silent auctions, and our beautiful models are all cancer survivors! Fashions are from local East Greenwich vendors and our models rock the runway with their hair and make-up done by our host, Sheila Catherine of Highlights Salon. In addition, a local celebrity or two host our event each year. Our event brings together the strength of the community and allows cancer survivors to show us what courage looks like by strutting proudly down the runway! 

The Pink Party started in 2013, when Laurie Pichette was celebrating her 10th year in remission from breast cancer. Laurie has been raising money for the American Cancer Society since her diagnoses in 2003. However, for this special milestone, she wanted to do something extra. Therefore, Laurie set a goal to raise $10K asked her good friends, Dorothy White and Sheila Catherine (from Highlights Salon) to join to help achieve this. From there the Pink Party was formed. The first Pink Party was held on October 1, 2013 and Laurie’s goal was surpassed!!! That is the power of pink! The overwhelming response and success of the first Pink Party event has led to make this an annual event.

This event was the talk of the town last year so you WILL NOT want to miss out! Spacing is limited so get your tickets TODAY!

Golf Tournament for Jordan Nickerson

6th Annual Lupus Runway for a Cure

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