Pawtuxet Village Association Events
Below is a listing of our regular events. Please contact us at email@example.com with any questions.
PVA MEMBERSHIP PARTY
At the annual PVA Membership Party, we thank our supporters and welcome new members. The spring event is held in the evening and includes food, drinks, music, and raffles. Watch for news on Facebook or Member Notices by snail and email.
EARTH DAY CLEANUP
The Earth Day Cleanup is organized by the PVA Garden Group. Volunteers meet at Pawtuxet Park to organize volunteers for cleanup, which is usually held the Saturday after Earth Day. If you would like to help, bring your rakes and gloves. We'd love to have you join us!
PVA GARDEN GROUP
The PVA Garden Group maintains the bridge flower boxes and the gardens in Pawtuxet Park. We're always happy to have new volunteers, and you don't need to be a master gardener! Click here for more information.
The spring/summer issue of The Bridge newspaper hits the streets of the Village in mid-May. The fall/winter issue of The Bridge newspaper hits the streets of the Village in early November. up your free copy in one of the local shops along Broad Street. If you're interested in contributing to or advertising in The Bridge, click here.
Our annual Flag Hanging occurs in Pawtuxet Village from Memorial Day through the 4th of July. PVA members and local residents are assisted by Troop #4 Gaspee Boy Scouts to hoist the colors. If you would like to help out, please contact us! We also collect sponsorship donation to support the flags and will post these on our website. They are a unique and memorable way to honor someone.
Our annual Wreath Hanging to decorate Pawtuxet Village for the holiday season usually begins the Saturday after Thanksgiving. PVA members and local residents are assisted by Troop #4 Gaspee Boy Scouts. If you would like to help, contact us! You can also make a donation by purchasing a wreath in honor of a friend or relative.
CHRISTMAS IN PAWTUXET
Join us for Christmas in Pawtuxet on the second Sunday in December. The event begins with an ecumenical service and choir at Trinity Church at 4:00 p.m. Immediately after, the Pawtuxet Rangers lead a procession down Broad Street to Pawtuxet Park for the lighting of the Christmas tree.