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Sweenor's Chocolates
43 Hillside Rd, Cranston, RI 02920
Sweenor's Chocolates is a shop located inside Garden City that makes and sells gourmet candies and chocolates. Some ofMore the selections here include gummy bears, sour patch kids, nut clusters, almond bark, coconut clusters, boxes of chocolate, homemade fudge, dark chocolate almond bark, chocolate crayons, sugar free candy, gummy peaches and more. Sweenor's Chocolates also makes chocolate candy bars that can be bought and resold for fundraising events.
Club 505
505 Atwood Ave, Cranston, RI 02920
A central location along with a dance floor, full bar and delicious menu options make this banquet facility a popularMore spot to host weddings, bridal and baby showers, reunions, birthdays, baptisms and other special occasions. You can use Club 505's  DJ or arrange your own entertainment. Club 505 periodically offers a free room for fundraising events.
Veterans of Foreign Wars
7 Haven Ave, Cranston, RI 02920
The VFW Post 4651 on Haven Ave. is a war veterans organization that involves itself directly with the community byMore helping veterans have access to affordable health care and organizing charitable events and fundraisers for various charities and causes. The members of this VFW put in hundreds of hours of community service each year  helping to improve education, health care, hunger and homelessness in the United States. In order to become a member of this VFW you must have been a member of the United States Military and have been honorably discharged and have received a campaign medal for service overseas, served 30 consecutive or 60 non-consecutive days fighting in the Korean War or received hostile fire or imminent danger pay.
The Park Theatre — Rhode Island Center for Performing Arts
848 Park Ave, Cranston, RI 02910
The Park Theater was built in 1924 and has been an important city landmark ever since. After shutting down in 2002, theMore theater reopened in 2009 after a $10 million renovation. Anyone who grew up in Cranston has memories of the theater, including Mayor Allan Fung, who saw Star Wars — the first film he ever saw in a theater — when he was 10-years-old. The theater is now a state-of-the-art multi-purpose performing arts center that features films, comedy acts, concerts and theatrical performances. It can also be booked for private and corporate events and is a frequent destination for weddings, fundraisers, meetings and civic events.