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OUR TOWN: BRISTOL

Stories included in this documentary: 
The Audubon Society of RI, Linden Place, Brito Family Home, The Bristol Fourth of July Parade, and many more!!

OUR TOWN: GLOCESTER

Stories included in this documentary: 
From Grapes to Glass, The Purple Cat Restaurant, Chepachet of Yesteryear, The Bates Family, The Tavern on Main and many more!!

OUR TOWN: NORTH KINGSTOWN

Stories included in this documentary: 
The NK Community Chorus, Old Salt, Papa Pilot, Harbor Master, The Little Red Schoolhouse, In Labor of Love, Alvin Noss, the Wickford Art Festival, the Gilbert Stuart Museum, Smith Castle and the Historic Wickford Village.

OUR TOWN PORTSMOUTH

Stories included in this documentary: 
Segments about coaching (the horse and carriage kind); the Portsmouth High School Patriots Marching Band; Portsmouth's history and highlights of its 375th anniversary; the story of Julia Ward Howe, whose poem became the Battle Hymn of the Republic; Hunt Yachts; polo; meandering stone walls, and more.

OUR TOWN: WEST WARWICK

Stories included in this documentary:
The Divide, The Mills, Bradford Soap Works, The House on Maple, St. James Church, The Railroad, Union Cornet Band, Hometown Hero, Theater & Arctic, The Jaycees, A Central Library, The Fire Department, The Police Department, Historical Society and Community: Then and Now.

OUR TOWN: WESTERLY

Stories included in this documentary:
Babcock-Smith House Museum, Westerly Masons, Westerly Library and Wilcox Park, Westerly Hospital, Watch Hill Merry-Go-Round, the Westerly/Stonington Thanksgiving Football Rivalry, #DStrong, and Annual Community events.

OUR TOWN: SMITHFIELD

Stories included in this documentary:
Neil Salley/Town Seal Artist, Smithfield Airport, The Smith-Appleby House, The Smithfield Fire Department, The Mowry House, Powder Mill Ledges, Christmas Parade, and Esmond Mills. Other segments include 130 years of the public library, the old Smithfield bank, and the Farnum House.