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Monday: Autumnfest, Columbus Day, RiverzEdge, Them Things

Welcome to the holiday Monday edition of 5 things. You know the drill:

 

Autmnfest - The Autumnfest Parade will kick off at 9:30 a.m. sharp on Diamond Hill Road today. This year's parade will feature 18 bands, including the Woonsocket High School Band, Mount Saint Charles Academy Senior Band and the Hills-Mills Comedy Clown Band. The parade also boosts at least 11 floats from local organizations including the Blackstone Valley Tourism Council, the Knights of Columbus and St. James Baptist Church.

Tonight, at 6 p.m., don't miss the Autumnfest Button drawing. Check the Autumnfest website for details).

Columbus Day - The holiday, observed today, is a federal holiday. Check out this list of what's open and what's closed.

RiverzEdge Ball - The  2012 Industrial Ball is coming Friday, Oct. 12, 2012 at 7 p.m. RiverzEdge has made some changes - Tour the new studios and community art spaces at 7p.m.,  then come upstairs for the food, friends and fun. "In celebration of our new look come in a new look of your own. Maybe you need to wear moon boots, sideburns or a tiara..." Food is courtesy of Russell Morin Caterers. Tickets are $50.

Like count - Woonsocket Patch has 894 likes on facebook, and we'd like to get it past the 1,000 threshold. Maybe evenn 2,000. What's in it for you? You'll see regular news updates in your feed, which will make you look savvy and informed over coffee or at the water cooler. So, won't you like us on Facebook

Things - Got something going on that people have to know about a particular morning at 5:30 a.m.? E-mail it to robert@patch.com, and ask nicely - it'll probaby make it in for the following morning.

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