Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day a day early with Mary King and her harp at the Portsmouth Free Public Library. Register now before this event fills up!
Arts & Culture
In case you missed the premiere, the film Sacred Ground will air in a two-part miniseries, starting tonight, Thursday, March 2.
Stitchery, a brand new local business, is offering original classes on traditional arts at its newly opened needle arts education studio.
The 1638 ‘Portsmouth Compact’ will go on display for one day at Town Hall as part of Portsmouth Founders Day.
Common Fence Music will present Grammy-winning artist and founding member of the Carolina Chocolate Drops, Dom Flemons, in concert.
A Portsmouth High School senior will request the Town Council to grant permission for a future “story walk” at Glen Park.
“So many young people want to be this movie star, or want to be an astronaut, or, or something fantastic. Louis Escobar wanted to be a dairy farmer. I’ve lived my life dream,” says Louis Escobar in the trailer for the new documentary film, Forgotten Farms.
The official trailer for Sacred Ground has been released, announced BCN Productions. Watch the trailer here before the world premiere this weekend.
Sacred Ground, an indie film highlighting the Newport International Polo Series, will make its world premiere at the Jane Pickens Theater, Newport.
Greenvale Vineyards invites children and parents to its 18th annual Jazz for Kids event to be held this week at the vineyard, 582 Wapping Road.
Atria Aquidneck Place will compete in the Newport Winter Festival’s 22nd annual Chili Cook-Off presented by Samuel Adams.
The 29th annual Newport Winter Festival returns with plenty of school break activities for both children and parents – just in time for winter break!
Dance the night away dressed in red this Friday at a special event being held to raise funds for the American Heart Association.
Portsmouth Town Historian Jim Garman will present a lecture entitled “Guns, Boats, Bullets and Booze” about the Prohibition Era in Newport County.
The Dr. Robert A. Davidson Charitable Fund will present “Broadway From Then ‘Til Now 7,” a concert of Broadway show tunes, old and new, at the high school.
Ray Rickman will discuss “How to Talk About Slavery” at a special upcoming presentation at the Portsmouth Free Public Library, located at 2658 East Main Road.
Common Fence Music announces its concert schedule for the spring 2017 season, the first season to be curated by its new artistic director, Erin Young.