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February 21, 2018

Newport Art Museum will host Art After Dark on Thursday evening

20+ things to do this week: Feb. 5 – 10


Newport, RI – Discover all that’s happening, new and to do in and around Newport this week.

Monday, February 5th

4:45 pm & 7:30 pm – Phantom Thread at Jane Pickens Theater

5:30 pm – City Of Newport Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Commission

6 pm – Beyond the Collections: Paintings, Paneling, Portraits & Pottery

6:30 pm – City of Newport Planning Board Meeting

Tuesday, February 6th

4:45 pm & 7:30 pm – Phantom Thread at Jane Pickens Theater

6 pm – The Architects & Architecture of the Newport Mansions

Wednesday, February 7th

4:45 pm & 7:30 pm – Phantom Thread at Jane Pickens Theater

6 pm – NORMAN BIRD SANCTUARY’S FAMILY NATURE NIGHT: MEET THE ANIMALS

6 pm – Legacies of Slavery & Freedom at Newport Public Library

6 pm – The Redwood Treasures at The Redwood Library 

7 pm – The Business of Slavery: Evidence of Control, Power, and Wealth at Channing Memorial Church

Thursday, February 8th

11 am – LECTURE: A PREVIEW OF THE END OF THE WORLD: THE GREAT NEW ENGLAND HURRICANE OF 1938 at Rosecliff

4:45 pm & 7:30 pm – Phantom Thread at Jane Pickens Theater

5 pm – Art After Dark at Newport Art Museum

5 pm – February Newport Gallery Night 2018

7 pm – The House of Blue Leaves at Casino Theater 

Friday, February 9th

4:45 pm & 7:30 pm – I Tonya at Jane Pickens Theater

8 pm – Live improv comedy with The Bit Players at The Firehouse Theater

Saturday, February 10th

9 am to 12:30 pm – Aquidneck Growers Market at Newport Vineyards

2 pm, 4:45 pm & 7:30 pm –  I Tonya at Jane Pickens Theater

2 pm – Atwater-Donnelly Concert at Newport Public Library

2 pm – Winter Speaker Series at Newport Art Museum – Sarah Coffin “Jazz Age Design: America Goes Global Then and Now”

8 pm – Live improv comedy with The Bit Players at The Firehouse Theater

9 pm – The Big Chill at the Audrain Auto Museum

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