Calendar of events

February 19 — 25, 2017

Found 37 events

Wednesday, February 22

Providence Children’s Film Festival returns to inspire, delight, and educate

12:00 AM
The 8th annual Providence Children’s Film Festival takes place February 17 through 26 at multiple venues within walking distance of downtown Providence and at satellite locations around Rhode …

If Jane Should Want to be Sold, Marjory O'Toole

6:30 PM
Stories of Enslavement, Indenture and Freedom in Little Compton, Rhode Island Speaker and author, Marjory O’Toole, will shed light on the lives of Little Compton’s enslaved and forcibly indentured men, women and children who lived and …

Thursday, February 23

Providence Children’s Film Festival returns to inspire, delight, and educate

12:00 AM
The 8th annual Providence Children’s Film Festival takes place February 17 through 26 at multiple venues within walking distance of downtown Providence and at satellite locations around Rhode …

Fighting Fake News

3:00 PM
It is getting harder and harder to tell fact from fiction, especially online. Join us at the Seekonk Public Library on Thursday, February 23 at 3 pm for a special program on how to navigate this crazy world of information overload that we live in. …

Folk singer Joyce Katzberg in Warren

7:00 PM
Joyce Katzberg will be presenting a benefit concert of love songs in honor of and appreciation for the George Hail Library: "An Evening of Love Songs for the Library". If you ♥ the George Hail …

Friday, February 24

Providence Children’s Film Festival returns to inspire, delight, and educate

12:00 AM
The 8th annual Providence Children’s Film Festival takes place February 17 through 26 at multiple venues within walking distance of downtown Providence and at satellite locations around Rhode …

History of Jazz with the Lois Vaughan Quartet

7:30 PM
Jazz pianist Lois Vaughan and her quartet will perform an eclectic medley of jazz standards at historic Linden Place Mansion, 500 Hope Street in Bristol on Friday, February 24, 2017 at 7:30 pm. Playing a range of classic jazz and Latin tunes with a …

The Dead Of Winter Ball – Dead Blues Society

8:00 PM
The Dead Blues Society Makes thier debut at the Courthouse center for the Arts. We are so excited to have them here. Please help us in welcoming The Dead Blues Society. They began as a four-piece band in 2006, and has grown to an incredibly …

Saturday, February 25

Providence Children’s Film Festival returns to inspire, delight, and educate

12:00 AM
The 8th annual Providence Children’s Film Festival takes place February 17 through 26 at multiple venues within walking distance of downtown Providence and at satellite locations around Rhode …

Art Lessons for Young Artists

9:02 AM
This Saturday morning class will be geared toward children who want more art in their life. It will include a variety of painting, drawing, and collage projects. Materials, techniques and styles will compliment the student’s school experience. …

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 …

February 19 — 25, 2017

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