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Local “Gems”

Learn about Rhode Island’s hidden gems.

Local “Gem” of the Week

Ava Anderson Products Ava Anderson products are literally sweeping the nation.  I stumbled upon this fascinating story when I was invited to an Ava Hour party.  Similar in structure to a Pampered Chef party however, the message is necessary for all.  Ava made an eye popping discovery at the ripe …

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Store of the Week

Abby’s Attic in Wakefield RI If you have not found your way to Abby’s Attic in Wakefield RI then you are truly missing out.  This unique boutique features vintage clothing and finds, new apparel, handmade jewelry, and much more.  My first thought when I walked in was how long Wakefield …

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Service of the Week

Rhode Island Rustic Weddings   If you are looking to add a rustic flare to your special day, Rhode Island Rustic Weddings is your answer.  Owner Jessica Walsh is a master at weaving in a taste of country to your wedding.  You can literally “spread the love” with jams which …

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Local “Gem” of the Week

Charlestown Flea Market RI

Charlestown Flea Market RI Looking for a great place to find unique treasures?  The Charlestown Flea Market RI is for you!  This local “gem” has been around for as long as I can remember.  Holding the hands of my grandparents, as I toddled through just knowing some great treasure awaited me.  …

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Local “Gem” of the Week

Aquidneck Growers' Market

Aquidneck Growers’ Market The Aquidneck Growers’ Market takes place on Saturdays until October 26th starting at 9am and ending at 1pm.  Located at Newport Vineyards & Winery, 909 East Main Road, Middletown, RI…this is a Rhode Island must for locals and tourists alike.  This particular market has so much to offer …

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Samuel E. Perry Grist Mill

Samuel E. Perry Grist Mill Guest Blogger and Photographer, Karen Stackow Samuel E. Perry Grist Mill When asked what my favorite places are in RI I must reply my backyard, my neighborhood, my small town. I don’t travel far very often and I don’t have to in order to see the …

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