Calendar of events

November 18 — 24, 2018

Found 30 events

Monday, November 19

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.

Trinity celebrates the holidays with 'A Christmas Carol'

7:30 PM
Trinity Rep is proud to present its annual holiday tradition, A Christmas Carol. Noted for being a new production each year, the 2018 production has been inspired by a traditional telling of the …

Kerri Powers with Steve Delmonico in Warren

8:00 PM
After taking an unconventional approach to her music career, CT-based blues artist Kerri Powers has quickly asserted herself as an indomitable force in contemporary folk music. She recently released …

Tuesday, November 20

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 …

Trinity celebrates the holidays with 'A Christmas Carol'

7:30 PM
Trinity Rep is proud to present its annual holiday tradition, A Christmas Carol. Noted for being a new production each year, the 2018 production has been inspired by a traditional telling of the …

Wednesday, November 21

Watercolor Techniques with Lynn DeBeer

9:30 AM
Watercolor Techniques with Lynn DeBeer For the weekend or intermediate watercolor painter, this course will teach and/ or practice watercolor techniques that can be applied to any subject-still life, landscape, portrait and abstract. From …

​​​Wax Sculpture: Like Degas Did with Carolina Arentsen

1:00 PM
Wednesdays, November 7th - November 28th 1 pm - 3 pm 丨4 weeks $160 BAM Members丨$170 Non-Members The purpose of this class is to learn and refine how to sculpt from a live (clothed) model. Students will be using brown wax which …

Bank of Ireland in Warren

7:00 PM
Come on out for an intimate show with Bank of Ireland before you stuff yourself senseless on Thanksgiving!Doors at 7pm. FREE! Donations appreciated.

Pulitzer Prize Finalist 'Gloria' at The Gamm

7:30 PM
This razor-sharp comic drama follows a group of ruthless editorial assistants at a notorious Manhattan magazine— all vying for their bosses' jobs and a book deal before they turn 30. When a …

Trinity celebrates the holidays with 'A Christmas Carol'

7:30 PM
Trinity Rep is proud to present its annual holiday tradition, A Christmas Carol. Noted for being a new production each year, the 2018 production has been inspired by a traditional telling of the …

Thursday, November 22

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 …

Multi-Media: Give it a Try! with Joanne Murrman

10:00 AM
Thursdays, November 1st - November 29th (NO CLASS ON THANKSGIVING, 11/22) 10 am - 12 pm 丨4 weeks $140 BAM Members丨$150 Non-Members This class will be an exploration of art methods and materials. Each session will cover a …

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.

Pulitzer Prize Finalist 'Gloria' at The Gamm

7:30 PM
This razor-sharp comic drama follows a group of ruthless editorial assistants at a notorious Manhattan magazine— all vying for their bosses' jobs and a book deal before they turn 30. When a …

Trinity celebrates the holidays with 'A Christmas Carol'

7:30 PM
Trinity Rep is proud to present its annual holiday tradition, A Christmas Carol. Noted for being a new production each year, the 2018 production has been inspired by a traditional telling of the …

Friday, November 23

A Doublewide, Texas Christmas

6:00 PM
Written by Jones, Hope and Wooten Directed by Tony Annicone In this outrageously funny comedy, it’s Christmastime in the newest—and tiniest—town in Texas. And it’s beginning to look a lot like trouble in Doublewide. Not …

Art ‘til Midnight November 23 at IMAGO

6:00 PM
All are invited as Imago Foundation for the Arts (IFA) kicks off its Winter Holiday Exhibit with “Art ‘til Midnight,” a special, free, public event at IMAGO Gallery, 36 Market Street, from 6 p.m. to midnight on Friday, November 23. …

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 …

Pulitzer Prize Finalist 'Gloria' at The Gamm

7:30 PM
This razor-sharp comic drama follows a group of ruthless editorial assistants at a notorious Manhattan magazine— all vying for their bosses' jobs and a book deal before they turn 30. When a …

Trinity celebrates the holidays with 'A Christmas Carol'

7:30 PM
Trinity Rep is proud to present its annual holiday tradition, A Christmas Carol. Noted for being a new production each year, the 2018 production has been inspired by a traditional telling of the …

Saturday, November 24

Holiday Breakfast

8:30 AM
Eat for a cause. Full breakfast for all ages, visit with Santa, face painting and children’s activities. Bid on Samsonite luggage, shopping spree, restaurant, ski and theatre packages. Take a chance on dozens of raffle prizes worth $1,000. Menu …

Mount Hope Farm - Farmers Market

9:00 AM
Our winter farmers market will keep you eating healthy all winter long. Join us every Saturday in the barn and pick up fresh and local vegetables, meat, bread, fish, mushrooms, and more. A rotating assortment of artisan vendors will be joining us as …

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 …

Holiday Art Sale at 30 Cutler Street

11:00 AM
Dozens of artists and artisans who proudly list 30 Cutler Street as their professional address invite you to “shop small and buy local” from a unique range of works in nearly every material. Clay, photography, needlework, painting, printmaking, …

Live Jazz with Dick Lupino & Special Guests at Greenvale Vineyards

1:00 PM
Every Saturday at Greenvale Vinyards, join us at this historic vineyard for delicious, estate-grown wines, tasty food trucks, and superb live jazz by renowned bassist and vocalist Dick Lupino and his talented cast of guests. Music 1-4, food …

A Doublewide, Texas Christmas

6:00 PM
Written by Jones, Hope and Wooten Directed by Tony Annicone In this outrageously funny comedy, it’s Christmastime in the newest—and tiniest—town in Texas. And it’s beginning to look a lot like trouble in Doublewide. Not …

Pulitzer Prize Finalist 'Gloria' at The Gamm

7:30 PM
This razor-sharp comic drama follows a group of ruthless editorial assistants at a notorious Manhattan magazine— all vying for their bosses' jobs and a book deal before they turn 30. When a …

Trinity celebrates the holidays with 'A Christmas Carol'

7:30 PM
Trinity Rep is proud to present its annual holiday tradition, A Christmas Carol. Noted for being a new production each year, the 2018 production has been inspired by a traditional telling of the …

Rory Raven, The Mentalist

8:00 PM
An interactive stage mind-reading showDoors open at 7 and show starts at 8pm.This is a FREE event but we will pass the hat for the performer.

November 18 — 24, 2018

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