Meet our Members
315 Main Street, Wakefield, RI 02879
The studio owner, Greg Kirwan, stepped aside in December 2021.
We are so grateful for all Greg has done to see All That Matters through these challenging, unprecedented times., and to Joan Dwyer and Jeanne Wettlaufer, the founders and original goddesses of All That Matters back in 1995, who had a big vision to open a small yoga studio with a big heart to inspire inner peace that leads to world peace....because that's all that matters.
Now, the course is changing. There’s magic in the air…
We are VERY excited to announce this new chapter for the All That Matters community as we journey into 2022. We will remain at 315 Main Street, Wakefield Village – the All That Matters home for 26+ years. We will no longer hold yoga classes at The Kenyon Annex. We are adjusting the yoga schedule to add more classes to 315 Main Street using the new Lotus Room, Lily Room and reopening the Sunflower Room. Annex classes will move to 315 Main Street- there will inevitably be some small tweaks to the schedule in early 2022. The retail store will be “reimagined”.
297 Main Street, Wakefield, RI 02879
In 1990 Arnold Lumber Company purchased its Wakefield location at 297 Main St., It was locally known as "The Branch". Here you will find lumber, hardware, electrical, plumbing, paints, seasonal products, cabinetry and a Kitchen & Bath Design Center and Showroom.
In 2003, we opened our Bristol location at 545 Metacom Avenue. This is a full service lumber yard and showroom offering building materials and masonry supplies to service the East Bay, and nearby Massachusetts communities. In 2013 Arnold Lumber Company officially opened its fourth location at 124 Oak Street in Westerly. This location previously known as Hanley & Williams Lumber Company, hopes to build trusted relationships with our customers while supporting the local community. It is our goal in this location to continue providing the highest level of service and building long and mutually beneficial relationships with former Hanley & Williams customers and employees as well as develop new relationships with Contractors in the Westerly and Eastern Connecticut communities. A full service lumber yard offering building materials, a full line of masonry supplies, cabinetry, and a Kitchen & Bath Design Center & Showroom.
290 Main Street, Wakefield, RI 02879
At BankRI we’re committed to helping you reach your goals with our more personalized style of banking, financial expertise, and an array of personal, business, commercial and investment services.
As one of Rhode Island’s leading Business and Commercial banks, BankRI delivers comprehensive services with the financial strength and resources to help corporate customers reach even bigger goals. Our focus on strong customer relationships and the convenience of 20 bank branches and more than 30 ATMs across Rhode Island, means BankRI is here for you.
322 Main Street, Wakefield, RI 02879
At Brickley’s, we make all our own ice cream onsite at out Narragansett, Rhode Island location. On any given day you we have over 45 flavors ice cream, frozen yogurt, no-sugar added ice cream, sherbets and sorbet. Great ice cream made fresh daily with only the best ingredients so that every cone you have will be the best.
Now, going into our 23rd season, we have moved our North Kingstown store to Narragansett, Rhode Island (near the beautiful beaches) and opened a 2nd location in historic Wakefield, Rhode Island. In our 22 years of business we have been awarded the “Best Ice Cream in South County” distinction from Rhode Island Monthly every season. We are particularly proud of this award as it is given by the readers of Rhode Island Monthly. In addition, Yankee Travel highlighted us in their publication as well. We have consistently been award the “Best Ice Cream in South County” award from the NRI family of local newspapers.
370 Main Street, Wakefield RI 02879
At a meeting held at the home of Elisha Watson, Jr. on the evening of February 28, 1839, a resolution was passed unanimously by a group of interested persons "to establish an Episcopal Church in the Village of Wakefield" to be called the Church of the Ascension. That first church was a wooden frame building standing about one half mile from the corner on which the church now stands and was consecrated on Ascension Day, June 3, 1840. The building was destroyed in 1935.
The present church was built on the Main Street - Kenyon Ave. site and consecrated in June 1883. With the exception of the bell tower and the enclosed entrance and ramp, the exterior has remained the same for more than 125 years.
1305 Kingstown Rd., Wakefield, RI 02879
Clean Rite Cleaning & Restoration provides a full range of services for water damage, mold remediation, clean up after fire/smoke or soot damage, remediation for sewage backups and spills, and many other biohazard/decontamination issues such as rodent infestations, hoarding, and trauma/crime scene cleanup. Clean Rite was started 23 years ago by Greg Raso, a Rhode Island native, with a single van. Greg has steadily grown the company, and the range of services offered, to include 17 staff members and a fleet of six vehicles. We are not a franchise, and Greg is actively engaged in the daily operations of the company - in fact, he often works right alongside the technicians!
119 Main Street, Wakefield, RI 02879
Homes are my passion! Ever since I was a little girl, I would walk by a house and imagine what it looked like inside. My mom loved antiques! So, I grew up with old and new in the home.
I believe a home reflects the personality of the people who live in it.
Most people know what they like and know the colors that grab them, and they have a preference between modern and let’s say vintage. But, a lot of people just don’t know how to pull it all together.
That is where my talent comes in.
I have been told for most of my adult life that I should be a decorator. So here I am at age 62, doing what I absolutely love! My mobile shop is a 1954 Bellwood Aloha Camper. I sell my wares out of it and use it to advertise what I can do. I love mixing the old with the new and can do many different styles. My favorite style is Cottage Chic, hence the name of my business. I am a picker. I love textiles and I can do old world nautical and coastal chic. It all depends on you! I collaborate with many talented people to transform that perfect piece for your home.
I am also the owner of a Victorian cottage on Block Island called the Island Jewel. Come experience the world of Cottage Chic Décor by staying at their boutique rental on beautiful Block Island. Click here to learn more.
I grew up in a boating family and spent so much of my life on Block Island. I call Narragansett, Rhode Island home. Living on the beautiful New England coast has inspired me and influenced my decorating style.
I consult for free. I can decorate a whole house, a room, or help you find pieces for your home or cottage.
336 Main Street, Wakefield, RI 02879
We are a full-service financial advisor in Rhode Island, dedicated to providing our clients with custom designed solutions to meet their business or personal needs. This will be accomplished by developing lines of service that are consistent with our clients’ needs and by employing the best practitioners to guide those services.
433 Main Street, Wakefield, RI 02879
To seamlessly merge the architecture, design, and construction processes while cultivating a client-focused approach.
Our team members have mastered their respective trades. With years of Design experience, the DBC design team is here to guide you through the countless decisions that take place during the initial design for your space. Our talented team of Craftsmen are masters in tiling, framing, and finished carpentry, creating collaboration at the highest levels. Our experienced teams carefully work together to maximize coordination to minimize hiccups during the construction phase and interference with your daily routine. Our signature specialties range from full custom builds, modest additions to kitchen and bathroom remodels. Each project will require your engagement and feedback to ensure we surpass your expectations.
365 Main Street, Wakefield, RI 02879
Dove & Distaff Rug Gallery is located in the heart of Historic Wakefield. The high ceilings, large windows, and hardwood floors of our 19th century building have all been preserved to provide a beautiful backdrop for a unique shopping adventure. Please come visit our five showrooms and experience our personal customer service.
311 Main Street, Wakefield, RI 02879
Finishing Touches Picture Framing is a locally owned family business, run by Jan and Evan Bertwell. For over 30 years, we’ve been putting the finishing touches on our customer’s most treasured photographs, artwork, memorabilia, posters, and more.
With state-of-the-art equipment and techniques, we’ll work with you to create a beautiful presentation for your piece.
238 Robinson Street, Wakefield, RI, 02879
Gates Insurance Agency was founded in 1964 by William M. Gates III. William Gates was a former member of the South Kingstown Town Council, past president of the South Kingstown Lions Club, past deputy chief of the Union Fire District and was involved in numerous other local organizations throughout his career.
In 1998 David R. Gates became president. Once situated on Columbia Street in Peace Dale, Gates Insurance moved to its current location at 238 Robinson Street in Wakefield, the Old Wakefield Post Office, in 2008.
Aaron M. Gates, University of Rhode Island graduate, joined the agency in 2016 and is helping to lead the Agency into the future..
We are an independent insurance agency located in Southern Rhode Island. Just a few miles away is the University of Rhode Island, one of the state's largest employers.
Gates Agency represents many A rated insurance carriers and our service is second to none. We are members of the Independent Insurance Agents of Rhode Island (IIARI) and Trusted Choice, an organization perpetuating the values of independent agents.
228 Robinson Street, Wakefield RI 02879
Ichiban Karate was founded in 1991 by Kyoshi Chick Gavitt. Kyoshi Gavitt spend his life and career with the goal of making good citizens through the study of martial arts. Ichiban has had an enormous community presence over the years, and a profound positive influence on countless students and families in the South County area.
179 Main Street, Wakefield, RI 02879
Lennon Insurance offers Homeowners Insurance, Automobile insurance and Business Insurance. We have full access to standard rates for coastal homeowners insurance. We also have multiple insurance companies for home, auto and business Insurance.
1070 Kingstown Road, Building 9
Wakefield, Rhode Island 02879
Sand Hill Cove
Sand Hill Cove, (now Roger Wheeler State beach), made this shop. Summer days and some evenings on that beach shaped me. I've wanted to wear beach treasure since I was a little girl. If I wasn't in the water with my sister and my cousins, I was on the hunt.
My love of the sand, sea and salt air has only deepened. I hope this little shop brings a bit of soothing to your soul, a piece of the beach vibe to carry with you always.
324 Main Street, Wakefield, RI 02879
We are a small candy store located in the heart of Wakefield Rhode Island. Wayne Cahoone (the owner) brought his Vision of this candy store to life June 16th, 2018 when he first opened his doors to the public. This is a self serving candy store, so grab a bag and fill it up! The options are endless here at Main Street Candy Walk back in time, to an old fashion candy store with a huge selection, amazing atmosphere and sweet friendly service. Penny candy, Sweenor's Chocolates, lollipops and more! Come browse the isles and get your sugar fix!
304 Main Street, Wakefield, RI 02879
Northup's is a name well known in South County for exceptional customer service in automotive repair. Northup's Imported Car Service has been in business since 1984 and although under new ownership, it's the same unparalleled customer service you've come to expect.
406 Main Street, Wakefield, RI 02879
A Men's and Women's Consignment Boutique.
No annual fee for consigning.
Consigning by appointment at which time you may bring up to 20 items.
We are looking for seasonal items in excellent condition and in current style.
Consignor receives 50% of selling price and items are on consignment for 2 months.
After 2 months the items may be donated to charity or returned to consignor.
399 Main Street, Wakefield, RI 02879
Why should you buy from Paul Masse Chevrolet South? Our unmatched service and diverse Chevrolet inventory have set us apart as the preferred dealer in WAKEFIELD. Visit us today to discover why we have the best reputation in the WAKEFIELD area.
323 Main Street, Wakefield, RI 02879
Outdoor & indoor dining is happening at PHIL'S!
Overlooking scenic Wakefield, our Roof Top Deck is a fun place to have a great meal any time of day.
Order breakfast, lunch or dinner, or just relax and enjoy a snack and cocktail. We serve a collection of specialty drinks and craft beers, and of course, our brand new wood stone pizza & calzones.Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Wood Stone Pizza and Cocktails, this family friendly restaurant is here to serve you as always.
357 Main Street, Wakefield, RI 02879
Spoil yourself with our latest casual chic looks, unique gifts & housewares! Pink Pineapple, the woman's cashmere collection designed by Stacie Hall, satisfies the wants of today's busy, fashionable, indulgent woman. In 2002 Stacie Hall, a specialty boutique owner, launched a very small line of practical yet luxurious cashmere items that were designed to suit the boutique shopper and be worn on any ordinary day. After tremendous success within her own boutique Stacie placed them in better boutiques across the country. Not only is it the scrumptiously soft and brilliant array of colors that make this cashmere so sought out; it is the superb quality that allows these sweaters to become a favorite and hold up through everyday wearing.
128 Main Street, Wakefield, RI 02879
Don and Mary Shortman opened PrintSource in 1969 in Warwick, RI. Originally a PIP Printing franchise, this was one of the first “instant printing” shops in southern New England specializing in “while you wait” printing. In just a few short years the business had grown to 13 franchises throughout the northeastern United States.
Today, PrintSource’s home office is located Wakefield, RI and is still a family owned and operated business. Staying true to their roots, PrintSource believes in the personal touch. Call us and you will likely be greeted by Lisa Edwards, one of the current owners.
PrintSource’s friendly and knowledgeable staff has been with us for many years, so all of our clients are serviced by people who know them and understand their needs.
Keeping up with changes in the printing industry, maintaining premier customer service, and delivering quality printing at affordable rates is what makes PrintSource the leading commercial printer in southern Rhode Island.
204 Main Street, Wakefield, RI 02879
No matter what your preference in flooring leans to we have an enormous selection of flooring to meet your needs. From a variety of hardwoods, tile choices, carpet of every style and design, and exciting new options in luxury vinyl flooring we have exactly what you are looking for.
Our selection is matched by our outstanding team of installers that make sure the product you’ve selected is installed in your home or business to the highest degree of perfection.
344 Main Street, Wakefield, RI 02879 Unit 1
Art has always played a major role in my life. As a child, my parents nurtured my creative abilities and desires by enrolling me in private art lessons. Many different avenues opened as I progressed through my work. I continued my art education through study at The Moore College of Art in Philadelphia, PA, Rowan University of Glassboro, NJ and The University of Rhode Island in Kingston, RI, from which I hold a BFA.
Throughout the years, I have explored a variety of mediums, including: three-dimensional design, photography, illustration, printmaking, pottery, and painting in oils, acrylics and watercolor. I enjoy creating work that captures the essence of a place, time, or an individual subject’s personality. When developing a work of art, I am always mindful of my use of color, light and form to bring a piece to its finished point. The entire process of creating a work is thoughtful, moving, and can be frustrating and exciting all wrapped tightly leaving a precious little gift when completed.
Along with developing my own work. I have the privilege of encouraging young students to express their own creativity by teaching lessons in a variety of mediums. I currently offer art lessons for all ages out of my private studio.
It is a great blessing to me each and every day that I am able to explore, create, express and teach art. My hopes are to pass along the same joy and passion to others.
343 C Main St.
Wakefield, RI 02879
Founded in 1989, Sayer Regan & Thayer, LLP, has grown to become Newport County's largest law firm with law offices in Newport and Wakefield serving all of Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts.
Sayer Regan & Thayer, LLP
We provide the experienced and knowledgeable representation that our clients need while maintaining the personalized, responsive and proactive service that often gets left behind at larger firms. We treat our clients the way we would expect to be treated. Our reputation for personal client care sets us apart and keeps our clients coming back.
It's not only our record of positive results that defines success for us, it's the fact that our clients turn to us whenever they encounter a challenge or an opportunity. Our attorneys are there for our clients in the good times, whether they are buying a home, starting a business, purchasing a boat or looking to take advantage of a new opportunity. We are also there in the tough times, whether they have suffered a serious injury, have lost a family member, are going through a divorce, or are facing a difficult personal or business challenge.
We are proud that our clients refer their friends, family members and business associates to us. Our goal is to meet the legal needs of our clients for generations to come.
Kingstown Rd., Wakefield, RI 02879
Tara Phelps, CRNA
Tara is a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist now specializing in non surgical facial rejuvenation. With over a decade of experience in anesthesia, her advanced knowledge of muscle, nerve, and vascular anatomy differentiates her from other practitioners in the aesthetics space. She has trained under, and been certified by one of the leading nurse anesthetist injectors in the country, Kelly Hermans, from the Beautiphi Academy in Michigan.
Tara believes in a minimalist approach to achieving a youthful and natural look delivered through a consultative experience where the client is always educated and empowered. Consultations are always welcome and free! Book your appointment today so that you can feel more confident and radiant in your own skin.
327 Main Street, Wakefield, RI 02879
We build the culture of our local, global, and artistic communities as we want them to be: Inclusive, Supportive, Ambitious, Playful, and Kind. We do this when people of all backgrounds and experience levels create and share in artistic excellence in ways that cultivate connection, emphasize truthfulness, and inspire growth.
The Contemporary Theater Company is a 501(c)3 non-profit theater that produces shows year-round in Wakefield, Rhode Island. We produce a wide variety of scripted and improvised work as well as smaller shows, concerts, and community events.
446 Main Street, Wakefield, RI 02879
After 18 years at its original location, an old 1920s gas station, The Glass Station Studio and Gallery expanded in 2018 and moved down the street to its current space on Main Street in Wakefield, RI. We (owners Eben Horton and Jennifer Nauck) renovated an old auto showroom into an 1800+ square foot gallery space flooded with natural light. Our hot shop is attached to the gallery, giving visitors the opportunity to see the artists at work and even to try blowing glass for themselves in a class setting. Our new, larger gallery space enabled us to show not only our own work, but also work by some of our friends, talented glass blowers and jewelers from across the country.
Our gallery features a wide variety of art and functional objects, from small hostess gifts to large platters, vessels, and sculpture for the home or office. We are happy to help design custom lighting options for your home, from pendants lights for a kitchen to statement-size chandeliers.
Our goal is to become an arts destination in Southern New England, where visitors can learn about the history of American Studio Glass and find work by some of the top glass artists in the country.
205 Main Street, Wakefield, RI 02879
The Purple Cow is centrally located on Historic Main Street in Wakefield, Rhode Island. We have great new items in every day and always have a great selection of Endless Jewelry and Rhode Island’s own Alex and Ani recycled metal bracelets!
Come check out our other great lines, including JoJo Loves You, Bill Campbell Pottery, Ayala Bar and Thomas Mann Designs just to name a few!
We also offer engraving.
344 Main Street, Wakefield, RI 02879
The Rhode Island Weaving Center was established in December of 2020. While a new organization, it builds on a strong foundation. Starting two years ago, a group of long-time handweavers at the Saunderstown Weaving School started to discuss how to serve the ever-growing number of both beginner and experienced weavers. With leadership from the SWS, the decision was made to create a non-profit organization to expand the teaching and recognition of handweaving and other fiber arts. And hence the Rhode Island Weaving Center was born! In May the Center established its home on the second floor of the historic Kenyon's Department Store building, on Main Street in Wakefield, RI. A studio with multiple looms has been set up, and a series of classes—both beginning weaving and other fiber arts (potentially tapestry, rigid heddle, inkle weaving) will be offered this summer and fall.
The mission of the Rhode Island Weaving Center is to expand and advance the practice of handweaving through classes, workshops, exhibitions, collaborations, and weaving resources. The Center also serves as a location for other fiber artists to work and learn from one another. We are all volunteers, working together to promote handweaving and the fiber arts. We thank all of the hard work of the many, many volunteers who have helped us to open the Rhode Island Weaving Center.
344 Main Street, Wakefield, RI 02879
“We don’t produce World War II films. We produce documentary films on individual personal stories from World War II. I think there’s a pretty significant difference.
We educate younger generations about the war. We do not approach this in ways WE think are best. We teach based on how students are actually learning and what tools THEY themselves are utilizing today to explore history, whether that be via strong visual storytelling in films that capture their attention and imagination, or utilizing new story telling technology such as Virtual Reality (VR).
We push out much of this content via Social Media channels, as well as via traditional national and international television networks. We film all these documentaries, narrated by some of the biggest names in television, music, sports and the movies, in the locations where they actually played out in the war. Often bringing back a veteran or survivor with us to where their own individual WWII story began and ended. Our studio is Europe, the Pacific and the Far-East.
We hope these award-winning films, which rank in the top-5 of most requested programs nationally by PBS and Public Television affiliates, will motivate not just students, but everyone to learn more about this critical time period in world history. The lessons of which still strongly resonate today. We make all these resources available for free to anyone who wants to explore World War II’s impact on the lives of those who lived through it.”
236 Main Street, Wakefield, RI 02879
American Baptist Church; Reverend Clay Berry, Pastor
Worship In-Person and Online - Sundays at 10AM
View Service by subscribing to the Wakefield Baptist Church RI YouTube Page (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoL3mwdlKGQaDgwcqPB_56A), receiving a Link to the online service via email (contact us to get on the list), or checking facebook on Sunday.
238 Robinson Street, Wakefield, RI 02879
How We Work
Our mission is to get to know and understand your needs, wants, and long-term goals. We want to help you develop, implement, and monitor a strategy that’s designed to address your individual situation.
We understand the challenges families face today.
From managing debt to saving for college to retirement, these personal finance challenges can be overwhelming. Our commitment is to utilize all of our resources to help you pursue your goals.
We believe in thinking “out of the box” and we are not afraid to challenge conventional wisdom in our approach to investing and preserving wealth. All of our energy, commitment, and efforts are focused on you, the client, and your satisfaction.