Category: Events

2021 Annual Spring Clean Up April 24, 9:30 – 11:30 am

Join your neighbors at this socially distanced outdoor event to clean up Stillhouse Cove.

The Annual Spring Clean Up is April 24th, 9:30-11:30 am.

We will be working with the Pawtuxet Village Association the clean-up in Stillhouse Cove and Pawtuxet Park. The rain date is May 8th.

Note that we will be following RI Department of Health guidelines.

COVID-19 Safety Precautions:

  • Stay home if you are not feeling well. 
  • Self-screen to determine if you are healthy enough to volunteer.
  • Adhere to current CDC and state guidelines regarding travel and self-quarantining.
  • To minimize hand-to-hand contact, please bring your own rakes, hand cutters and hedge trimmers.
  • Bring your own trash grabber, water, heavy duty work gloves and face mask. Hand sanitizer will be provided.
  • Masks mandatory during cleanup. No one will be allowed to participate without a mask.
  • No children under the age of 13 unless accompanied by an adult.
  • Stay 6 feet away from others at all times.

We will have hand sanitizer and bags for collection.

Please RSVP for this event. Thank you!

2019 Annual Park Clean-Up

2020-2021 Annual Meeting

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A Peek into the Future
Climate Change & Rising Sea levels in Cranston RI

Monday, March 22, 6:30pm
Live Via Zoom

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Please join us for an exciting evening looking into our future at Stillhouse Cove, at the Annual Meeting of the Edgewood Waterfront Preservation Association (EWPA).

Free and Open to the Public.
Space is limited. RSVP Required.

Annual Meeting Presentation
Have you wondered how our neighborhood might be impacted by climate change and rising sea levels?

A Peek into the Future: Climate Change & Rising Sea levels In Cranston RIPlease join us for a presentation by Teresa Crean as she guides us through a discussion of the future of sea level rise predictions, Storm Tools and remediation efforts to plan for the future in our community.

About the Speaker
Teresa Crean
is a community planner and coastal management extension specialist with the Coastal Resources Center (CRC) and Rhode Island Sea Grant at the University of Rhode Island’s Graduate School of Oceanography. Teresa facilitates municipal-scale projects in Rhode Island that address coastal adaptation to climate change and sea level rise. Her work involves evaluating the results of mapping exercises to clearly communicate anticipated challenges and opportunities for municipal stakeholders while collaboratively considering policies and projects that may increase resiliency in the face of potential impacts from coastal hazards and storm events.

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POSTPONED: 2020 Stillhouse Cove Annual Cleanup, April 18, 9 to 11 AM has been postponed.

UPDATE: Out of respect for limiting gatherings of people, the Edgewood Waterfront Preservation Association is postponing this event. We will post here and on Facebook when this is rescheduled. Thanks for your understanding.

Once again we will be doing ditch work, trash removal, invasive weed removal, garden work with the Edgewood Garden Club, and maintenance activities that include storm drain clearing, and sidewalk sweeping after the winter sanding and salting.

 All ages are welcome with parental supervision for young children.  All supplies will be provided including water, gloves, trash bags, bug spray, sunscreen, and tools.  Please wear appropriate foot wear – no flip-flops.

Parking is not allowed along Narragansett Boulevard but is permitted on side streets.

2019 Annual Meeting: Amazing Turnout. Fascinating Talk.

Phoebe Bean did not disappoint in presenting a fascinating talk on “Relics, Rebels and Rum” of Stillhouse Cove. Thanks all that attended, to our presenters, President Barbara Rubine, Secretary Susan Hartman, and Treasurer Piers Curry, and of course, Phoebe Bean!

2019 ANNUAL MEETING: October 2

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At the Edgewood Yacht Club, 3 Shaw Avenue, Cranston

Wednesday, October 2, 2019. Doors open 6pm, Presentation begins at 6:30pm

Lecture:
Relics, Rebels & Rum: Stillhouse Cove Through the Ages

CONFIRMED – THE CLEANUP IS STILL HAPPENING EVEN THOUGH LIGHT RAIN IS EXPECTED – 2019 STILLHOUSE COVE ANNUAL CLEANUP IS ON APRIL 27 FROM 0930AM TO 1130AM


Once again we will be doing ditch work, trash removal, invasive weed removal, garden work with the Edgewood Garden Club, and maintenance activities that include storm drain clearing, and sidewalk sweeping after the winter sanding and salting.

 All ages are welcome with parental supervision for young children.  All supplies will be provided including water, gloves, trash bags, bug spray, sunscreen, and tools.  Please wear appropriate foot wear – no flip-flops.

Parking is not allowed along Narragansett Boulevard but is permitted on side streets.

Rain Date is 28 April 2019 from 10AM – 12PM

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