Discover where to find live music, entertainment, comedy, karaoke and trivia this week in and around Newport. Monday, April 24 4 pm & 7 pm – The Lost City of Z at Jane Pickens Theater 7 pm to 10 pm – The Groove Merchants at Fifth Element 9:30 pm – Trivia at Diego’s 10 pm
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Discover what’s happening for events, meetings, live music and entertainment this week in and around Newport, RI. Monday, April 24 4 pm & 7 pm – The Lost City of Z at Jane Pickens Theater 7 pm – Marijuana Update: Lessons from Colorado at CCRI Newport Tuesday, April 25 1:30 pm – Healthy Imaginations: Free Art Classes at Dr.
D. Virginia “Ginny” Heffner, 87, died Friday, April 21, 2017 at Silver Creek Manor in Bristol, RI. Ginny was born on June 23, 1929, in Newport, RI, the daughter of the late Stephen Barrett and the late Mary Josephine (O’Neill) Barrett. A native Newporter, Ginny grew up in a house on Extension Street and attended
The Newport Arboretum will host a special keynote lecture on April 25, 2017, at the Jane Pickens Theater, during Newport Arboretum Week. Dr. Michael Dirr’s lecture, “In Praise of Noble Trees,” will explore the benefits of those very special trees that are ‘immense in stature, spanning generations, architecturally elegant, inspiring and spiritual.’ He notes as
The Newport County YMCA has partnered with the Common Fence Point Community Center in Portsmouth to expand their sports program. This exciting partnership allows easier and more accessible fitness and wellness opportunities for children in Portsmouth, Tiverton, Little Compton and Bristol. “Here at the Newport County YMCA, we know there is much more
Local artists who are planning a teaching career in the arts have until April 28 to apply for fellowships of up to $12,000 for graduate school through the Antonio Cirino Memorial Fund at the Rhode Island Foundation. “Artists can serve their craft in many ways,” said Daniel Kertzner, the Foundation’s grantmaker in the Arts