Turkey Dinner & Veterans Appreciation

Turkey Dinner & Veterans Appreciation
Date: Saturday, Nov 10th

Time: Doors open at 5:30 pm, Serving at 6 pm

Join us for a fun filled evening, with a turkey dinner, music and dance. Ticket price includes dinner, dessert, wine, beer and music.

Rebecca Jennings, the North Attleboro veterans agent will be present to recognize our Vets. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Friends of NA Vets.

Baskets and raffles will be available!

Ticket price: $15.00, Veterans: $12.00

Hosted by: Grace Episcopal Church, ​104 North Washington Street, North Attleboro, Massachusetts

Park at Sperry-McHoule Funeral Home, 15 Grove St, North Attleborough, MA 02760

Don’t hesitate to call us for more information 508-695-5471 or email office@gracechurchna.org. ​​

 

Community Wide Prayer & Action Vigil

From Facebook.

Join the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island, Board of Rabbis of Greater Rhode Island, and other faith communities on Monday, October 29, as we stand together to mourn the loss of life in Pittsburgh.
 
We invite people to begin gathering at the Jewish Alliance at 5:45pm, with a brief vigil led by various inter-faith leaders starting at 6pm. For those interested in taking action, the Jewish Alliance will provide opportunities to support local advocacy groups including, at this time, Refugee Dream Center and Rhode Island Coalition Against Gun Violence.

This vigil will take place on the steps of the Jewish Alliance, rain or shine.  
 
 
Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island

401 Elmgrove Ave, Providence, Rhode Island 02906

 

CROP WALK- Sunday, October 21

Come join us as we walk to alleviate global and local hunger! There is still time to register and donate. The weather looks beautiful for a walk on Sunday; see you at 12:30 pm for check in. Your support is greatly appreciated!
 Attleboro Area, MA CROP Hunger Walk

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Attleboro Area, MA CROP Hunger Walk
Please help Attleboro Area, MA CROP Hunger Walk end hunger in our community and around the world! Together we can make a difference.

October 6, 2018 – Abolition Day in Mansfield

October 6, 2018

South Common from 11 am – 5 pm. 

From the website: Abolition Day 

Abolition Day is a free community building experience that attracts people from all demographics who would like to enjoy and partake in this one-of-a-kind event.

The National Black Doll Museum of History & Culture, one of the region’s most respected grassroots organizations highlighting African American and multicultural  history, is preparing to host our second commemoration of Mansfield’s rich abolitionist history, standing up for freedom during the most tumultuous times in our country.

A day-long event held on October 6, 2018. Includes: vendors, community resources, musical performances, ethnic food trucks, kids activities, live cultural demonstrations (i.e basket weaving, African dancing, etc..) and more !