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Events Calendar

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July 23-25

*Letterpress Camp for Kids, Narragansett

July 25-27

*Foster Old Home Days, Foster

*55th Annual Newport Folk Festival, Newport

*Newport Antiques Show, Middletown

July 26

*Third Annual Clamboil—CANCELLED, Tiverton

*Historic Foodways and Hearth Cooking Workshop, Bristol

*Breakfast in the Barnyard, Bristol

*Yankee Crafts Day, Narragansett

*WaterFire, Providence

*Third Annual Clamboil, Tiverton

*More events

July 25th in Rhode Island history

1710

*Paper money is issued in Rhode Island for the first time.

1768

*At the dedication of a Liberty Tree in front of Olney's Tavern in Providence, Silas Downer declares that Parliament has no authority over the colonies.

1917

*The Rhode Island National Guard is mustered into national service.

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