Food & Fun in Middletown, RI

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NC residents have 6.75% sales tax. There is no sales tax if the art is shopped outside of NC. You…

Have you heard of miniature artwork before? They're a special form of original art. Known for their graceful gemlike quality, miniatures contain all the mastery of their larger counterparts rendered into a smaller scale, resulting in a beautiful viewing of fine detail rarely seen elsewhere. But did you know that making

23 - Carl Classen, Jonathan Wark is the greeter
30 - George Wojcek is hosting Lynn Blackburn from the Dare Literacy Council, David Warner is the greeter
February 2019
6 - Melanie Smith is hosting Timothy Sweeney. He is the Dean of the Dare Campus for College of the Albermarle. He will be talking about career pathways and degrees that are offered. Dick Calhoun is the greeter
13 - Board Meeting at noon, Bobby Gentry, Carl Classen is the greeter
20 - Don…

A highly anticipated event, the Newport Art Museums’ Annual Members' Juried exhibition showcases an eclectic and exciting selection of art created in all media by artists from Rhode Island and beyond. This year, the exhibition will be on display in the Museum’s historic Griswold House from February 2nd – March 17th
The Newport Annual is open to all artists who are current members of the…

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Visit the Museum late night for an evening of micro-memoir, fiction writing and live storytelling with The Public's Radio
Radio host John Bender and writer Eve Kerrigan will host an evening of reflection, hilarity, truth telling and tall tales beginning at 5:30pm in the Museum galleries. We’ll provide a variety of evocative writing prompts to help jump start audience members into a 20-30 minute free-writing session…