Join Us for Our 2019 Annual Clambake Fundraiser!

Clam Boil 2019

Historic Warren Armory is holding the 2019 Annual Clambake and we want you to be.Food, Fun and Good Company… for a great cause!

All proceeds will benefit the continued restoration of the Historic Armory Hall. 

To Purchase Online:
Please Visit Eventbrite

Tickets can also be purchased in person for $35. at:
Tap Printing at 628 Metacom Avenue
Don’s Art Shop at 543 Main Street and at
Malik’s Liquors in Warren.

Please NOTE: Tickets MUST be purchased in advance and sales are limited so get your tickets early!

Date and Time
Sunday, September 8, 2019, 1-4:00 pm

Location
Pete Sepe Pavilion, Asylum Rd, Warren, RI 02885

QUESTIONS: please email ejtheberge@cox.net

2018 Annual Clam Boil

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Saturday, May 19th, 6:30-9:30pm

All proceeds to benefit the continued restoration of Warren’s historic 1842 land mark: The Warren Armory Hall.

Tickets are $30
and can be purchased online here at Eventbrite or picked up at:
Don’s Art Shop, 543 Main Street, Warren RI, 02885 or
Tap Printing, 628 Metacom Avenue, Warren, RI 02885.

A Grand Clam Boil will be featured including
Blount Clam Chowder, beer, wine, water and soda.
Raffle Prizes!

Come on By!
Check out our completed restoration work and enjoy some fantastic food and company.

1875 Quartermaster General’s Report

STATE OF RHODE ISLAND
1875 QUARTERMASTER GENERAL’S REPORT

The following is included in this report pertaining to the two Revolutionary War cannon owned by the Town of Warren:

“On the 21st of May last, the Gettysburg gun, a twelve-pounder United States brass fieldpiece, on carriage without limber, was received by the State, through Battery B, Rhode Island Light Artillery Association, with imposing ceremonies, and is now deposited in the State arsenal. There is in the custody of the Warren Artillery Company two elegant six (6) pounder field guns cast of bronze, or other mixed metals, highly ornamented, and with the date “Strasbourg, 1760,” cast upon the breech, which are said to be trophy guns of the “Burgoyne capture,” and if these are, it is hoped that when a State House affording sufficient room is erected, these, with the Gettysburg and Bull Run guns, will be placed in a suitable position therein.”