On this episode of Simply Southern New England, it’s the season of harvest, learn how to make Nick Rabar’s Spicy Turkey Stew, visit the fall harvest fair at the Norman Bird Sanctuary, check out the amazing sand sculptures at Atlantis Rising, learn your rights before buying a home, and discover the comic book haven for collectors at the Time Capsule comic book store, plus more.
Norman Bird Sanctuary | 2022 Harvest Festival
For over 45 years, the Norman Bird Sanctuary has brought visitors from far and wide together for a celebration of the harvest season through its annual Harvest Fair. This award-winning event is a fall favorite on Aquidneck Island. Challenge friends to a sack race, compete in the Home & Garden Competition, peruse the Crafter’s Tent, enjoy live music, and so much more during this weekend of festivities for the whole family! Click here to watch video.
Keep On Cookin’ | Thanksgiving Spicy Turkey Stew
The holiday season is here, and whether you’re sticking to the traditional dishes, or trying something new on this Keep On Cookin’, Nick Rabar shows you how to make his Thanksgiving Spicy Turkey Stew. Brought to you by Wines & More. Click here to watch video.
The Time Capsule | Comic Book Store
The Time Capsule opened in it’s current location in 2003. Rob Yeremian had started selling comics at comic conventions throughout New England from 1987 until 1993 when he opened up his first store in Warwick called Time Capsule Comics. In December of 2010 Rob decided to open up a 2nd store in Seekonk Massachusetts. The original store focused on comic books and toys. Today, they have a much bigger selection of comics and trade paperbacks, still have the toys but expanded into selling records. They also sell all vintage video games as well. Click here to watch video.
Atlantis Rising | First Annual International Sculpture Competition
The first annual Atlantis Rising International Sand Sculpture Competition was recently held with sand sculptures, music, a Aquaman impersonator, the drone light show by Verge Aero and so much more. Click here to watch video.
The Rhode Island Association of Realtors | Fair Housing Act
Learn more from the Rhode Island Association of Realtors about the Fair Housing Act, passed in 1968, created protected classes to ensure that all people have equal access to housing. These protected classes cannot be discriminated against when being considered for rentals, homes, and loans. There are federal protected classes and state-specific protected classes. Click here for video.