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Simply Southern New England | Out & About

On this episode of Simply Southern New England, explore Napatree Point Conservation area with 86 pristine acres of rare habitats, learn how to make Nick Rabar’s Kung Pao Brussel Sprouts, pick up a hand-crafted leather good at Mack & Hound, see the sights and sounds of the annual Dominican Festival, and get some tips on fighting mosquitos from the RI Department of Health.

Napatree Point Conservation Area | The Watch Hill Conservancy

The Napatree Point Conservation Area is 86 pristine acres of some of the rarest habitats in Rhode Island. It is owned and managed by the Watch Hill Fire District and the Watch Hill Conservancy. Napatree is a community resource and is open to the public year-round. Click here to watch.

Keep On Cookin’ | Kung Pao Brussel Sprouts

Chef Nick Rabar shows you how to make his world-famous Kung Pao Brussel Sprouts that you can make at home, or try at his Avenue N – American Kitchen restaurant. Brought to you by Wines & More of Rhode Island. Brought to you by Wines & More of Rhode Island. Click here to watch. 

Mack & Hound | Handmade Leather Goods & Supply

At Mack & Hound, you can find a variety of hand-crafted goods such as leather wallets and wearable goods like hats and apparel. Ryan O’Keefe is the one man-maker and owner and prides himself on being local, his products are hand-made, and he keeps his designs simple. Click here to watch. 

Quisqueya en Accion | Rhode Island’s Dominican Festival

The Dominican Festival of RI for the past 32 years is organized by Quisqueya in Action (QIA), a nonprofit volunteer organization with a mission to preserve and promote traditional cultural values of the Dominican community in Rhode Island. Click here to watch. 

Rhode Island Department of Health – Mosquito Safety Tips

With hot weather come mosquitos, and that’s when they’re more likely to bite when the weather is warm and sunny. Learn how to protect yourself from those pesky mosquitos with Mosquito Safety Tips from the Rhode Island Department of Health. Click here to watch