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PORTSMOUTH — Common Fence Music (CFM) is asking its music-loving patrons to step out of their comfort zones this season to enjoy the annual concert series away from its home base for the past … more
A non-profit arts foundation in Warren is seeking to establish a scholarship honor a prolific writer and artist who died earlier this summer, and they’re holding a show of his work to help fund … more
The Mt. Hope Boosters club will kick-off their annual tailgate event with the Boosters Color Run at the high school track and grounds on Saturday August 25. Runners cam register online at … more
In the spirit of Alegria, a summer of honoring Portuguese art and industry, BAM is heading to Lowell to tour their local cultural sites, on Thursday, August 9 from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.Discover the … more
Linden Place Mansion is offering a week of summer art classes from Monday, August 13th – Friday, August 17th, 2018. This five-day morning course from 9am-12pm is designed for young artists … more
Resisting the urge to express the size of the 1,275-foot "Grand Panorama of a Whaling Voyage ‘Round the World", painted in 1848 by Benjamin Russell and Caleb Purrington, in "Rhode Islands,"* … more
On Saturday, July 7, Barrington Books will host Sean McAdam, author of "Boston: America’s Best Sports Town" for a signing at both bookstore locations. For over three decades, Sean McAdam has … more
The work of visual and environmental artist Esther Solondz encourages interaction between humans and the natural world. The artist unveils her latest sculpture, The Birdseed Palace, at the Audubon … more
Registration is now taking place for Linden Place’s Summer Arts Camp for Kids. This weekday creative camp, for campers ages 6-12, takes place on the historic grounds of Linden Place Mansion. … more
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