Is your pet's birthday coming up? Load up on some fun toys and birthday treats at Pet Refuge in North Kingstown.
Give your pet a quality toy from Pet Refuge, such as pet apparel and pet toys.
Your little guy or gal needs a place to call their own, so be sure to check out the great variety of pet apparel and pet toys.
Your pet deserves the best. Pick up some supplies, such as carriers, and other goodies to keep them healthy and happy.
The folks at Pet Refuge understand how important your pet's health is. That's why they offer a wide variety of medical services for your little guy or gal, including healthcare.
Give your pet the meal of a lifetime with items such as bowls and other feeders, and watch them leap with joy.
With the many parking choices near Pet Refuge, finding parking within walking distance is a breeze.
So treat your pet to the treatment they deserve with some new supplies from Pet Refuge in North Kingstown.
Books Through Bars, Inc. provides free reading materials for prisoners across the country. Every month, it receives more than 120 letters from prisoners requesting books. The organization responds by sending donated volumes from individuals, libraries, and community organizations, making selections based on the stated preferences of the inmate. Reading the books provides a productive activity for the inmates and can help them develop politically, spiritually, and academically during their time in prison.
Johnston's Intrigue Beauty Salon offers almost any service you need in this spacious salon. Dream up your new style with their talented team.
One of this salon's facials will leave your skin looking smoother and more youthful.
Bounce some hairstyle ideas around with a stylist at Intrigue Beauty Salon in Johnston and find your perfect match.
For a massage that will meet or even exceed your needs, look no further than this salon.
Whether you're coming in for just the usual treatment or considering a makeover, Intrigue Beauty Salon is the salon for you!
Drawing creative inspiration from hobbies that include crafting and cooking, photographer Jennifer Owens specializes in capturing spur-of-the-moment images of engaged couples, families, and newborns. She also shares her expertise in classes that introduce beginners to concepts such as adjusting ISO settings on a digital camera or using the right shutter speed for moving subjects. Owens is equally comfortable in outdoor settings, and can demonstrate how to take advantage of the magical "golden hour," the time around dawn or dusk when the sun adds warmth to portraits and turns photographers’ photos of raw pizza dough into fully baked pizzas.
Jeffrey Hall will never toss a wrapper out the car window again. That’s because he knows that every piece of trash strewing the highway’s meridian attracts mice. And mice attract hungry hawks, who can’t always dodge oncoming trucks. Not everyone is so aware of the potential far-reaching implications of a single fast-food wrapper, but the Audubon Society director learned such lessons long ago, seeing first-hand the victims of those circumstances in injured hawks and falcons on just such a rescue.
Now, Jeffrey hopes to spark a similar awareness in his fellow Rhode Islanders. “When people learn about plants and animals, they appreciate them. And once they appreciate them, they want to save them,” says Mr. Hall. As no one in Rhode Island lives more than 20 minutes from an Audubon Society wildlife refuge, he's certain they can find ample opportunities to do so. In addition to conserving land for hikes and staring contest with owls, the Society boasts an Environmental Education Center, which hosts events, programs, and interactive exhibits year-round. For the Audubon Society to thrive, Jeffrey knows the organization's programs must inspire young stewards. “They’ll grow up to be the voters who want to protect this land,” he says. That's why, among the many programs guests can partake in, the society also offers birthday parties and kid-friendly classes.
Starting Friday, October 5 at 6 p.m. and running through Monday, October 8, O Fest RI, spearheaded by Doherty's East Avenue Irish Pub, celebrates autumn with beer, live music, and general merriment. The festival features fall-themed libations from as far away as Germany itself—with Oktoberfest brews from Spaten, Hofbrau, and Paulaner—and those from closer to home from brewers such as Harpoon, Sam Adams, and Shipyard. In addition, the festival will feature a lineup of musical acts, including What Matters and Those Guys.
Doherty's East Avenue Irish Pub, whose whopping 82 taps helped earn it an award for Best Bar and Beer Selection in The Phoenix's Best of Providence 2011, will anchor the celebration from their dark-wood bar. The bar itself serves a host of culinary treats from Prince Edward Island mussels in zesty zuppa sauce to blackened jerk salmon. An outdoor patio plays host to al fresco dining and lassoing the moon to impress dates.