MARKET OPENS MAY 7!
The Pawtuxet Village Farmer’s Market will begin its 14th season on Saturday, May 7 from 9 AM to noon at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet.
Come do your Mother’s Day shopping: Eggs, honey, spring greens, plants and veggies starts, seeds, olive oils and balsamic vinegars, goat milk soaps and soy candles, baked goods and delicious local meats and fish.
It will be a chance for us all to reconnect after the long winter.
LIBRARY BOOK SALE: WANTED: GENTLY USED BOOKS, CDs, LPs & DVDs
Help the Cranston Public Library with its upcoming book sale by donating your gently used items! Your gift will help us raise money for library programs and equipment.The library is unable to accept magazines, VHS tapes, textbooks, or encyclopedias. Drop off donations at any CPL branch during regular hours. The book sale will take place on May 7 from 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM at the William Hall Library. Interested in volunteering? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Solar in Edgewood Community Event
THURSDAY APRIL14 Presentation by Alan Houghton, Cranston Resident and Solar Owner Location: William Hall Library, Program Room 1825 Broad St., Cranston, RI • 6:30-7:45pm Homeowners will learn about the many incentives and credits that make solar affordable in RI. Edgewood residents will present first-hand experience with going solar. Representatives from the non-profit SmartPower and installer Trinity Solar will be available to answer your technical questions. Light refreshments will be provided. All are welcome.
Feel free to call Karen Stewart with questions: 401-215-3285
EARTH DAY CLEAN-UP SATURDAY APRIL 23
Friends of the Pawtuxet River and the West Bay Land Trust will be holding their annual trail and river bank cleanup at the DEM Supply Depot on Warwick Ave in Cranston (right across from Stop and Shop). We will meet at 9:30 and work until noon, but you are welcome to come for whatever time you can spare. Please bring gloves and your preferred trail tools.
Cranston’s tree planting program is accepting applications from homeowners who would like a tree between the sidewalk and house. Trees are free and planted for free, but the homeowner must agree to water and care for them. Trees will not be planted between the sidewalk and the street because as they grow, they pull up the sidewalk. Applications are available by calling 764-5885 or emailing email@example.com.
See you at the market.