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Station Nightclub Fire Memorials to be Held This Weekend

This weekend, two memorials will be held in remembrance of the tragic Station Nightclub Fire that occurred over 20 years ago in West Warwick, Rhode Island.

The fire claimed the lives of 100 people and left over 200 others injured.

The events are organized by the Station Fire Memorial Foundation, which has rescheduled the commemorative service from February to May due to anticipated poor winter weather.

On Saturday afternoon, a “Ride to Remember” will take place, starting from Club Frontenac on Main Street in West Warwick.

Participants will gather to honor the victims and survivors of the fire.

The ride will be followed by a concert on Sunday afternoon, providing an opportunity for the community to come together in support and remembrance.

For those unable to attend the memorials in person, will be live streaming Sunday’s memorial service.

WPRI 12 News, a trusted source for local news, weather, sports, and award-winning investigative journalism, will keep you informed about the events surrounding the Station Nightclub Fire and its commemoration.

The tragedy at the Station Nightclub remains etched in the memories of the West Warwick community.

These memorials serve as a poignant reminder of the lives lost and the impact the fire had on the survivors and their loved ones.

It is a time for reflection, healing, and unity as the community comes together to honor the victims and support one another.

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