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Events Calendar

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April 28

*Tuesday Stroll, Bristol

April 29

*Johnston Historical Society General Meeting, Johnston

*Farmhouse Storytime, Bristol

April 30

*Newport History Bytes, Newport

May 1

*"May Flowers" Exhibition Reception, Saunderstown, North Kingstown

*148th Annual May Breakfast, Cranston

May 2

*Governor Stephen Hopkins House Tours, Providence

*History Space: Apron Sewing Workshop, Providence

*History Space: Historical Sewing Session, Providence

*A Walking Tour of North Burial Ground, Providence

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April 28th in Rhode Island history

1828

*The first purchase of stock for a permanent school fund is made.

1980

*Armand H. Cote, secretary of state for sixteen years (1941-1957), lieutenant governor for two (1957-1959), and a Pawtucket banker and insurance executive, dies at age 71.

1993

*Salty Brine hosts his last morning radio show on WPRO.

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