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Warren Folks Fest is a celebration of all things local and all things artistic. It will be held on Saturday, Aug. 28 from 1-8 p.m. at the mill complex at 30 Cutler Street. more
The Warren Land Conservation Trust is offering a unique fundraising event on Monday, Aug. 23 from 7-10 p.m. that will take passengers on a moonlit picnic cruise aboard the Prudence Island Ferry. more
Do you love dogs? What about supporting small, local businesses? Assuming you’re not Ebenezer Scrooge prior to his ghostly visitors kickstarting his steely, cold heart, we’ll assume … more
Warren fire fighters will remember their own Sunday, holding a full parade and ceremony at the Warren Town Common following the cancellation of last year's public event. Chief James Sousa said the … more
After more than a year of fund-raising and work, the Town of Warren will open its Franklin Street dog park to the human and canine public this Saturday, April 10. Director Tara Thibaudeau said … more
Warren will join together to welcome the holiday season when the town turns on its Christmas lights this Friday. This year, it won't be a child flipping the switch in front of town hall, though … more
With one week to go before Warren's re-imagined holiday festival, homeowners across town are going all in on organizer Marilyn Mathison's suggestion that they light their homes en masse next Friday … more
The holidays won't be the same in Warren this year, but organizers of the town's annual holiday festival have come up with a plan to bring people together despite the severe restrictions brought on … more
Warren's annual Walkabout, a festival of art, food and music in downtown Warren, kicks off this Sunday, Oct. 25. But unlike previous years, this year's edition will run six weeks, not just one … more
Warren officials plan to use a $75,000 state grant to re-invent the annual Walkabout festival this autumn, help give restaurant and other business owners the means to do business as the weather … more
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