Calendar of events

June 24 — 30, 2018

Found 30 events

Monday, June 25

Audubon prints on exhibit in New Bedford

12:00 AM
The New Bedford community is fortunate to be one of the 107 public venues worldwide to have the full collection of 435 original hand-colored engravings. In 1866, whaling merchant James Arnold donated …

Bristol concerts begin this week

12:00 AM
Jazz, Top 40, Big Band….ukelele….if you want to hear it, you probably can, one night or another down at Independence Park, beginning this Thursday, June 21. All concerts are free (tough …

Toe Jam Puppet Band

10:00 AM
Sing, dance and play the hour away with New Bedford’s favorite, the Toe Jam Puppet Band at the Buttonwood Park Zoo every Monday morning at 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.

Movie Night @ Seekonk Library

5:30 PM
The story of Thurgood Marshall, the crusading lawyer who would become the first African-American Supreme Court Justice, as he battles through one of his career-defining cases: the State of Connecticut v. Joseph Spell. Rated R; 1 hours 58 …

Tuesday, June 26

Audubon prints on exhibit in New Bedford

12:00 AM
The New Bedford community is fortunate to be one of the 107 public venues worldwide to have the full collection of 435 original hand-colored engravings. In 1866, whaling merchant James Arnold donated …

Bristol concerts begin this week

12:00 AM
Jazz, Top 40, Big Band….ukelele….if you want to hear it, you probably can, one night or another down at Independence Park, beginning this Thursday, June 21. All concerts are free (tough …

Tuesday trail team in Westport

9:00 AM
The Westport Land Conservation Trust is looking for volunteers to join a weekly group to beautify and maintain the more than 10 miles of trails managed by WLCT. The “Tuesday Trail Team” will meet …

Wednesday, June 27

Audubon prints on exhibit in New Bedford

12:00 AM
The New Bedford community is fortunate to be one of the 107 public venues worldwide to have the full collection of 435 original hand-colored engravings. In 1866, whaling merchant James Arnold donated …

Bristol concerts begin this week

12:00 AM
Jazz, Top 40, Big Band….ukelele….if you want to hear it, you probably can, one night or another down at Independence Park, beginning this Thursday, June 21. All concerts are free (tough …

Wednesday Morning Bird Walks

9:00 AM
Audubon offers free Wednesday Morning Bird Walks with naturalist Laura Carberry. Each week a new birding destination will be chosen. Please visit the Audubon website for the location; Ages: …

Urban Sketching with Suzanne Lewis

9:30 AM
URBAN SKETCHING IN PEN AND INK AND WATERCOLOR WITH SUZANNE LEWIS Try out this popular trend on locations in Bristol and Warren. We will be capturing the passing scene in pen and ink and watercolor. Each day we will meet in a café for coffee or …

Thursday, June 28

Audubon prints on exhibit in New Bedford

12:00 AM
The New Bedford community is fortunate to be one of the 107 public venues worldwide to have the full collection of 435 original hand-colored engravings. In 1866, whaling merchant James Arnold donated …

Bristol concerts begin this week

12:00 AM
Jazz, Top 40, Big Band….ukelele….if you want to hear it, you probably can, one night or another down at Independence Park, beginning this Thursday, June 21. All concerts are free (tough …

Children’s story hour in Barrington

10:00 AM
Come to Barrington Books and hear Miss Margie read several theme-related story and picture books geared towards the pre-school set, followed by craft time allowing the children to express their …

Young children’s story hour

10:00 AM
Bring your little ones for stories geared for 3- to 5-year-olds. Includes a craft and light snack.

Toddler tales at the Zoo

10:30 AM
Enjoy a zooper fun story time at the zoo, every Thursday at 10:30 a.m. Includes a snack and a craft/activity. Recommended for ages 3-5.

Art Night Bristol Warren

5:30 PM
Head to downtown Warren where art, history, and music come alive on Thursday, June 28, from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Enjoy an evening of new art, a tour of the Masonic Lodge, music by Hollow Turtle, a …

The Rescue

6:30 PM
It's time to "eat, drink and bid your tails off" at the Providence Animal Rescue League's signature fundraising event, "The Rescue!" It will be held on Thursday, June 28th at the historic Roger Williams Park Casino located at 1000 Elmwood Ave in …

Friday, June 29

Audubon prints on exhibit in New Bedford

12:00 AM
The New Bedford community is fortunate to be one of the 107 public venues worldwide to have the full collection of 435 original hand-colored engravings. In 1866, whaling merchant James Arnold donated …

Bristol concerts begin this week

12:00 AM
Jazz, Top 40, Big Band….ukelele….if you want to hear it, you probably can, one night or another down at Independence Park, beginning this Thursday, June 21. All concerts are free (tough …

Karaoke in Tiverton

6:00 PM
The Knights of Columbus will host karaoke on Fridays at their hall at 28 Fish Road in Tiverton. The kitchen will be offering food for purchase beginning at 6 p.m., with karaoke and dancing from 7 to …

All Warren High School Reunion

7:00 PM
WHS Class of 1983 is hosting an all classes of Warren High School Reunion. Anyone who attended or graduated from Warren High School is urged to attend and meet old and new friends. Event will be held at Market Street Pub, Warren, RI. Friday, June …

Saturday, June 30

Audubon prints on exhibit in New Bedford

12:00 AM
The New Bedford community is fortunate to be one of the 107 public venues worldwide to have the full collection of 435 original hand-colored engravings. In 1866, whaling merchant James Arnold donated …

Bristol concerts begin this week

12:00 AM
Jazz, Top 40, Big Band….ukelele….if you want to hear it, you probably can, one night or another down at Independence Park, beginning this Thursday, June 21. All concerts are free (tough …

General Stanton Inn Flea Market Celebrates its 53rd Season

8:00 AM
CHARLESTOWN'S GENERAL STANTON INN FLEA MARKET CELEBRATES 53rd SEASON ~Oldest, continually-running Flea Market in Rhode Island~ WHAT: The General Stanton Inn Flea Market, the oldest, continually-running Flea Market in Rhode Island, will …

Aquidneck Growers Market

10:00 AM
With a changing selection of artisan vendors, the markets also hosts live local music. Shoppers can pick up their weekly fresh and local food supplies while checking out Newport Vineyards and Winery …

People, Stones & Trees at Juniper Hill Cemetery

10:00 AM
Sponsored by the Bristol Historical and Preservation Society, join Chris Fletcher for a walking tour of the historic and beautifully designed Juniper Hill Cemetery. Fletcher, a professional arborist and also a historian, is well versed on the …

Plein Air Watercolors with Elizabeth O'Connell

10:00 AM
PLEIN AIR WATERCOLOR PAINTING WITH ELIZABETH O'CONNELL We will meet at four different locations in and around Portsmouth and begin to make art outdoors en plein air. Students will learn about the materials, techniques and famous artists who have …

Plein Air Watercolors with Elizabeth O'Connell

10:00 AM
PLEIN AIR WATERCOLOR PAINTING WITH ELIZABETH O'CONNELL We will meet at four different locations in and around Portsmouth and begin to make art outdoors en plein air. Students will learn about the materials, techniques and famous artists who have …

Saturday Nature Walks with Audubon

2:00 PM
Join Audubon for weekly nature walks on Saturdays. Ramble down the trails with an Audubon naturalist as your guide. Please note this program is weather dependent. No registration …

June 24 — 30, 2018

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