Here's a handful of things to keep in mind for today.
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SK Farmers' Market: Skip the grocery store tonight and pick up some fresh fruits, veggies and baked goods at South Kingstown's outdoor Farmers' Market at Marina Park! From 2-6 p.m. each Tuesday through October, the Park will host the community market that also offers plants, handmade handbags and more. Click here for more information and to view a list of featured vendors.URI Slow Food Market: From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today and every Tuesday in October, Slow Food URI will hold its Local Food Market on the Quad. The market offers something for everyone, featuring grub from Tallulah's Tacos, Bravo Wood-fired Pizza, Great Harvest and The Coffee Guy. Slow Food URI is an organization striving to create a food system with roots in nutrition, environmental stability and social justice. Click here to learn more about them!
Patch 101 at The Hive: Today, Oct. 29 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., stop by The Hive (650 Ten Rod Rd., North Kingstown, Lafayette Mills Complex) to learn how to use Rhode Island's local Patch.com news sites to promote yourself and your business. Enjoy lunch and learn how to expand your online presence through advertising, blogging, and posting events as well as network with other local professionals. Lunch will be catered by Eddie's BBQ.
George's of Galilee on TV: Tonight at 9:30 p.m., Narragansett's own George's of Galilee will be featured on the Cooking Channel program, "Log On & Eat with Eden Grinshpan". During tonight's episode, Grinshpan will meet up with RI-based internet star, Davey Wavey for a deep fried New England feast of chowda and clam cakes at George's.
Public Education Forum: At 7 p.m. tonight and each Tuesday evening through Dec. 10, the University of Rhode Island Fall 2013 Honors Colloquium will offer public education forums in Edwards Auditorium on the Kingston Campus. In this series, coordinated by David Byrd and Diane Kern, participants will explore how education still matters and debate key issues central to understanding the future of public schools and higher education.
To find more things to do this week, check out our event listings.