URI Alumni Center 73 Upper College Rd, Kingston, RI02881 URI Alumni Center is part of the University of Rhode Island. The three-story alumni center is a…More 21,000-square-foot building featuring a stone fireplace, a 900-square-foot lounge and meeting and reception space. It's a welcoming space for alumni and houses offices for Alumni Association and Advancement staff members.
St. Augustine's Episcopal Church at URI 35 Lower College Rd, Kingston, RI02881 St. Augustine's Church at the University of Rhode Island campus is an Episcopal church that holds mass on Sundays. With…More a congregation of 120 members, the church also offers Bible study, child care and music programs. Founded in 1958, the church has a parking lot for attendees and is also a shaded and aesthetically pleasing building and grounds.
Marianne's Hair 1927 Kingstown Rd, Wakefield, RI02879 This full-service salon is conveniently located on Route 108, a short drive from URI and the Police Station. Marianne's…More offers cuts, styling, coloring, foils and perms. Customers can also receive facial waxing and makeup application. Look for the purple sign and the lavender building to find this soothing salon.
Scents of Style 99 Fortin Rd, Kingston, RI02881 Scents of Style, located in the emporium on the URI campus, is a shop that carries clothing, handbags, jewelry and…More high-end perfumes by brands such as Gucci and Calvin Klein. It also offers professional teeth whitening in-store, will welcome custom orders, and carries Enemy, a local Narragansett clothing brand.
United States Environmental Protection Agency - Atlantic Ecology 27 Tarzwell Dr, Narragansett, RI02882 Located in a government complex across from the URI Bay Campus, the Atlantic Ecology Division of the EPA studies how…More human development affects the waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Several labs are on the property, along with the Paul P. Yevich Research Library, which responds to public information requests when it is possible. The facility has been conducting research since the early 1970s, when scientists first found gonadal cancer in clams from Narragansett Bay.