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  1. Ladies of Linden Place-Guided Tour

    September 23, 2017, 11:00 AM @ Linden Place Museum

    Hear the stories of the women who lived and worked at Linden Place Mansion through the ages at Linden Place’s “Ladies of Linden Place” Guided Tour, a special docent-led tour offered on select Saturdays focusing on the lives of the women who made history at Linden Place Mansion. As you tour the 200-year old mansion rooms, the women of Linden Place come alive through portraits, photographs, artifacts and more. Learn about generations of DeWolf & Colt women who lived at Linden Place and the daily lives and roles of ladies in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Hear the stories about the different women who lived and worked at Linden Place Mansion from 1810 through 1986: a slave trader’s wife (Charlotte DeWolf), a widow, who to make ends meet turned Linden Place into a boarding house (Sarah DeWolf), the social “grand dame” of Bristol, Theodora, who saved Linden Place from the auction block and an Oscar award winning actress (Ethel Barrymore), who spent summers at Linden Place.

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  2. WEBOND-Women's Networking Group

    September 26, 2017, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM @ East Bay Chamber of Commerce

    Each week we will present a guest speaker (20 min.), Networking,. Raffle prizes, goodies and more! Hosted by W.E.B.O.N.D Women's Empowerment and Business Owners Networking Development. Bringing life-balance, education and resources to women. The Women's Empowerment and Business Owners' Networking Development is a women-only networking group of the East Bay Chamber of Commerce. The group meets every Tuesday at noon at the Chamber office, bringing life-balance, education and resources to women in business and career professionals in the East Bay. It is WEBOND's mission to support, educate and empower women to be their best both physically and financially through uniting and building each other up and providing a platform in which to share resources that encourage personal growth and a prosperous community.

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  3. Bristol Warren Art Night Studio Tours

    September 28, 2017, 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM

    Art Night Bristol Warren consists of art-makers, advocates, and businesses, collaborating and supporting the Bristol and Warren creative community. Art Night provides cultural and economic vitality by offering publicly diverse educational programs involving youth through senior years

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  4. Rhode Island Moving Forward Discovery Workshop (East Bay)

    September 28, 2017, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Burnside Building

    Planning for the State's future is very much like planning for retirement. What do we want to work toward? How will we want to live? RI Division of Statewide Planning is looking to the traveling public for knowledge and insight on the transportation network. Rhode Island Moving Forward 2040 Plan is the state's guide for future investments in all modes of transportation over the next 20 years--bicycle, pedestrian, bus, car, train. This workshop is being held at three venues across the state this fall. The content of the workshops are the same at all locations.

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