−“An Afternoon with Abraham Lincoln” @ Linden Place Museum2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Actor/playwright Robb Dimmick plays our 16th president in a performance that commemorates the 150th anniversary of the Civil War. For 28 years, Mr. Dimmick has entertained and educated audiences across the country with his show based on the writings and reflections of President Abraham Lincoln. Space is limited, so call for reservations.+2:00 pm“An Afternoon with Abraham Lincoln” @ Linden Place Museum
−‘Bristol Republucan Town Committee Clam Cakes & Chowder’ fundraising event @ Bristol Elks Lodge #18604:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Join the Bristol GOP and help us make 2012 a banner election year!
The event will be an all you can eat CLAM CHOWDER AND CLAM CAKE dinner. Ticket price is $15.00 for all you can eat. Mickey G’s Clam Shack will be catering the event.
We will have Several guest speakers including U.S. Senate candidate Barry Hinckley & U.S. Congressional Candidate Brendan Doherty, RIGOP Chair Mark Zaccaria and former Republican Gubernatorial Candidate John Robitaille.
Other local and state office holders and candidates for local office in Bristol will also likely be in attendance.
In addition to the excellent food and guest speakers, there will also be a raffle.+4:00 pm‘Bristol Republucan Town Committee Clam Cakes & Chowder’ fundraising event @ Bristol Elks Lodge #1860
−Nuala Kennedy Band in Concert @ Sandywoods Center for the Arts7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Nuala Kennedy is an Irish singer and flute player with hauntingly beautiful vocals, adventurous instrumentation and an imaginative mix of influences. Joined by Dana Lynn on fiddle and Kyle Sanna on guitar, Ms. Kennedy offers up Celtic music with a twist. BYOB and food allowed.+7:00 pmNuala Kennedy Band in Concert @ Sandywoods Center for the Arts
−Luiz Simas and Marilynn Mair in Concert @ Roger Williams University Performing Arts Center7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Brazilian pianist and composer Luiz Simas, in a program entitled “Mata Atlântica,” will perform his original piano piece by the same name for the first half of the program. He’ll be joined by Roger Williams University professor Marilynn Mair on bandolim in the second half to perform her recently composed hybrid choros.+7:30 pmLuiz Simas and Marilynn Mair in Concert @ Roger Williams University Performing Arts Center
−How to Read Your Own Palm @ Barrrinton Library7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
A fun and entertaining hour when Bob Flagg will teach you how to read your future including insights into your career, marriage, wealth and much more. You’ll also learn how to predict important dates and events in your life. Just bring yourself and your palms to this intriguing, pragmatic, and entertaining talk on the modern Hindu school of palm reading. Open to all ages, free. Hope to see you at the Barrington Library auditorium!+7:00 pmHow to Read Your Own Palm @ Barrrinton Library
−Screening of “Love Me Tonight” @ Barrington Public Library1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
This 1932 film kicks off librarian Doug Swiszcz’s new film lecture series, “Gotta Sing! Gotta Dance!: The Evolution of Movie Musicals,” which runs for six consecutive Wednesdays through Oct. 31.+1:00 pmScreening of “Love Me Tonight” @ Barrington Public Library
−BayCoast Bank, Westport Business to Business host September 26 networking event @ BayCoast Bank5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
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September 17, 2012
Monica Spach Curhan
Senior Vice President/Chief Marketing Officer
BayCoast Bank and Westport Business to Business will host a business networking event
WESTPORT, MA… BayCoast Bank and Westport Business to Business will hold a business networking reception on Wednesday, September 26. The event will be held at BayCoast Bank’s recently opened Westport branch.
The reception will provide local business and other members of the community an opportunity to form connections and exchange ideas in an informal setting.
This September 26 event will begin at 5pm and is expected to last until 7pm. It will be held at the BayCoast Bank branch located at 787 Main Rd., Westport. Complimentary hors d’oeuvres and beverages will be served. Those interested in attending should respond to RSVP@BayCoastBank.com before September 21.
About BayCoast Bank
BayCoast Bank, formerly Citizens~Union Savings Bank, is a mutually-owned savings bank which was chartered in 1851. Currently, the Bank serves southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island, with locations in Fall River, New Bedford, Seekonk, Somerset, Swansea, North Dighton, Fairhaven, Westport and Tiverton, RI. BayCoast Bank offers a wide range of financial services including investment management, trust services, and insurance and brokerage services to consumers and businesses. Its affiliates include BayCoast Financial Services, offering stocks, bonds, mutual funds, annuities and college savings plans; and Partners Insurance Group, LLC, an independent agency representing several insurance companies that provide automobile, home, life and business coverage. Nicholas Christ is the Bank’s President and Chief Executive Officer. Main headquarters are at 30 Bedford St, Fall River, MA 02721. For additional information on the Bank or its services, please visit www.BayCoastBank.com or call 508-678-7641.
About Westport Business to Business
The Westport Business to Business is a not-for-profit association of companies and individuals joined together to promote the interests of businesses located in Westport and surrounding communities. Our members work together for the mutual benefit of their business and their relationship with other companies and the general public.+5:00 pmBayCoast Bank, Westport Business to Business host September 26 networking event @ BayCoast Bank
−ART Night @ Catch the trolley from one of 20 stops in Warren and Bristol5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
This month’s ART Night spotlights local artists Stephan Brigidi and Tom Culora. Ride the free trolley, visit more than 20 galleries and take a rare peek inside artists’ studios to see how creative works come to life. ART Night is a partnership between the Warren Arts Initiative and Bristol Independent Galleries and runs on the last Thursday of every month from March through November.
Visit artnightbristolwarren.org for more information.+5:00 pmART Night @ Catch the trolley from one of 20 stops in Warren and Bristol
−ART NIGHT Reception – Madonna Bella Exhibit, Paintings by Jane Dever @ Angelina's5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Paintings by Jane Dever with Music by Gypsy Nights; $1 Espressos that night!
Call 401-688-0396 for more information.+5:00 pmART NIGHT Reception – Madonna Bella Exhibit, Paintings by Jane Dever @ Angelina's
−Family Resource Fair @ Ruggles Gymnasium6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Bradley Hospital hosts this seventh annual event designed to aid families of children with special needs. Representatives from more than 50 statewide mental health advocacy, support and information organizations will be on hand to offer details about services and resources available for parents, families, teachers, and children and adolescents with special health needs, including mental health, learning, medical and cognitive challenges. Pre-registration is requested.+6:00 pmFamily Resource Fair @ Ruggles Gymnasium