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“A Revolution of Her Own!™” Deborah Sampson IN-PERSON Sponsored by Revolutionary Westchester 250

Somers Library Foundation 82 Primrose Street, Katonah

The hour-long production chronicles Deborah’s life: An indentured servant by age five, Deborah grew up in a man's world, where women were naught but second-class subjects. Without the ability to vote nor own property, Deborah knew options were: limited; breaking the rules may be necessary to accomplish a greater goal in life. Experience Deborah’s arduous...


Fall Shopping Event

Chelmsford/Lowell Elks 300 Littleton Rd, Chelmsford

Come visit us Nov 12th for our Fall Shopping Event! We will have lots of great local Crafters & Vendors to shop from. Fall Shopping Event Nov 12th 10a-3p Chelmsford/Lowell Elks 300 Littleton Rd Chelmsford MA 01824 *30+ Vendors *Free Admission *Raffle Tables (Bring a non perishable item to be donated to a Local Charity...

Free Admision

Federico Solmi: Joie de Vivre

Morris Museum 6 Normandy Heights Road, Morristown

Federico Solmi is a multimedia artist who examines the absurdities of the human experience through the lenses of colonialism, nationalism, religion, and consumerism. Born in 1973 in Bologna, Italy, Solmi has lived and worked in Brooklyn, New York, since 1999. His figurative narratives reflect the perspective of a cultural voyeur in the United States, questioning...

Free – $12

From the Waist Up: Bodices, Vests & Jackets, 1840-1920

Morris County Historical Society at Acorn Hall 68 Lafayette Ave., Morristown

An incredible array of never-before-seen bodices, vests, jackets, shirtwaists, and accompanying accessories from within MCHS’s collection will be on display at Acorn Hall beginning Mother’s Day, May 8, 1 – 4 p.m., through early 2023. Spring/Summer styles on display through early August; Fall/Winter fashions begin September. Opening day will feature an ongoing exhibit presentation by...

$3 – $10

The Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum to explore Sustainable Fashion & Dangerous Practices in 19th Century America

The Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum 295 West Avenue, Norwalk

As popular historical dramas such as Bridgerton and Dickinson have recently piqued public interest in period costumes, and Eco-fashion is currently a hot topic of discussion among consumers and professionals in the fashion industry, the Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum will explore the recycling philosophy of the 19th century with a new costume exhibition titled, Making It...

As per normal tour admission

For the Culture, By the Culture: 30 Years of Black Art, Activism, and Achievement

For the Culture, By the Culture brings together prior ATA featured artists in a group retrospective that spans 30 years and features established local and national Black artists. ATA is a non-profit arts organization located in Morris County, New Jersey, that showcases fine art by established and emerging African American artists. For the Culture, By...

Free – $12

A Century of Dolls

The Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum 295 West Avenue, Norwalk

On Wed., May 25, 2022, 12 p.m., the Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum located at 295 West Avenue, Norwalk, CT, will open a new permanent exhibit curated by Museum Consultant Stacey Danielson titled, A Century of Dolls, showcasing the Museum’s antique and vintage doll and toy furniture collections.

As per regular tour admission

IMPRINTED: Illustrating Race

Norman Rockwell Museum 9 Glendale Road, Stockbridge

Imprinted: Illustrating Race examines the role of published images in shaping attitudes toward race and culture. More than 100 works of art and artifacts of widely circulated illustrated imagery will be on view, produced from the late eighteenth century to today, which have an impact on public perception about race in the United States. The...


Mark Perry, Inspirations Past and Present

Cahoon Museum of American Art 4676 Falmouth Rd, Cotuit

This exhibition features basswood carvings by sculptor Mark A. Perry (b. 1958) that reflect his passion for American folk art. As an avid collector of folk art sculpture, Perry was initially inspired to begin carving in wood when he attempted to recreate a carved whale he had been outbid on at auction. Later, he found...

Limitless: Abstracts from the Permanent Collection

Abstract art is often perplexing, at times illogical, and almost always undefinable. In truth, abstract art is limitless. The artist’s use of shape, color, and form in a non-realistic representational manner, creates a visual experience that is unique unto that work, allowing for endless interpretations to unfold. Every viewer that gazes upon a work of...

Free – $12

Making Waves! Ocean Worlds in Art Glass

Morris Museum 6 Normandy Heights Road, Morristown

“Shattered” is not a word typically associated with meticulously crafted art glass. Yet these selections from the Morris Museum permanent collection certainly shatter conventions, traditions, and expectations about what is possible in the craft and art of glass production. Four featured master craftsmen made waves in the field with novel techniques and methods. Museum Hours:...

Free – $12

McDermott Glass Studio – 20th Anniversary

Sandwich Glass Museum 129 Main Street, Sandwich

The Sandwich Glass Museum is pleased to present a special exhibition featuring the artistry of the McDermott Glass Studio on the occasion of its 20th Anniversary. David McDermott was raised in Sagamore and Sandwich, and declined a scholarship to the prestigious Pratt Institute of New York, instead taking a job as an apprentice engraver at...

$2 – $14

Special Exhibit: Innovators in Glass

Sandwich Glass Museum 129 Main Street, Sandwich

Featuring works by leading innovators in contemporary glass art today, this exhibition showcases works created with a variety of techniques, including the use of neon, plasma, and digitization, all expressing unique visions and perspectives on glass as a sculptural medium. The contemporary works featured in this exhibition look to the future of glass as an...

$2 – $14

One Day in September

New York City Fire Museum 278 Spring Street, New York

As New York City and the world prepare to mark the 21st anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, the New York City Fire Museum presents a new exhibition, One Day in September, which recognizes the valiant efforts of first responders through a series of profound, editorial-style portraits, created by renowned photographer Richard Wiesel. Wiesel’s first solo...

$5.00 – $10.00

Rhode Island Art Educators Exhibit and Opening Reception

Warwick Center for the Arts 3259 Post. Rd., Warwick

Our second annual Rhode Island Art Educators Exhibit is an opportunity for students, colleagues, patrons, friends, and family to recognize and celebrate Rhode Island's Art Educators' own ART! This show celebrates those educators who teach art to others.


Push – Pull – Print

Wickford Art Association Gallery 36 Beach Street, North Kingstown

North Kingstown (RI) Wickford Art Association (WAA) will host an exhibit of artwork with a a theme titled: ‘Push - Pull - Print’. This exhibit gives artists the opportunity to...


Myths and Mysteries of the Armour Stiner Octagon House

Rumors of a connection to the Spirit World have swirled around The Octagon House for years, spurred on by unexplainable sightings and eerie events. Join us as we delve into the Myths and Mysteries of the house while we share stories from past and present owners who have experienced the house as something otherworldly. This...


Describe The Night

Spanning 90 years, this thrilling and epic play by the author of Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo traces the stories of eight men and women connected by history, myth, and conspiracy.

$30 – $65

2022 Skylands Stadium Jack O’Lantern Experience

Skylands Stadium 94 Championship Place, Augusta

Running from September 23 to November 6, this 30 day event guarantees thrills and chills for the whole family! Enjoy seasonal food and drinks, carnival rides, pumpkin picking/painting, AND a stroll through over 6,000 hand-carved Jack-O-Lanterns in the crisp fall air with family and friends.


SI Chamber of Commerce: Trucks & Trades Fair

Shelter Island Union Free School District 33 North Ferry Road, Shelter Island

COME EXPLORE BIG TRUCKS & CONSTRUCTION MACHINES! DJ Music, Lawn Games, Photo Booth, Vendor Booths, & More! (Rain-date Sunday, September 25, 2022) Currently soliciting Exhibiting Trucks and Event Sponsors!! Please visit:

Harvest Moon Festival- Fireworks At Dusk

Onset Pier 186 Onset Ave, Onset

Join us for the reimagined Harvest Moon Festival! Saturday, September 24th, 2022 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Rain date Sunday, September 25th Vendors! Flea Market! Food Trucks! Chowder and Stuffies Contest! Antique/Classic Car Show! Live Music! More details to be announced. Stay tuned Vendors wanted >>> FIREWORKS FROM SHELL POINT AT DUSK! For more info,...


Beere & Cyder Fest

Explore how "beere" and cyder are made today and long ago with Barrel House Z Brewery. Samples will include an Alden family beer recipe. There will also be cider-pressing activities for kids and home brewing kits for sale. Admission to the grounds is free; tours of Alden House are $8 for adults and $5 for...

$5 – $8

Finals – Newport International Polo Series

Newport International Polo Grounds 250 Linden Lane, Portsmouth

Watch the home team, USA/Newport, take on challengers from around the world and major U.S. cities in one of the most exciting spectator sports in the world. Matches are held every Saturday, June – Sept., at Newport Polo, home of America’s First Polo Club. Festivities include Opening and Closing Ceremonies, half-time Divot Stomp, Player’s Salute,...

$15 – $30


The Greenwich Odeum 59 Main Street, East Greenwich

"Best Beatles Tribute on Earth" - Rolling Stone "1964 creates the Magic of The Beatles" - Dick Clark "The resemblance was uncanny, it sent shivers down my spine. It was just like the boys. Never have I seen another group go to such detail" - Alistair Taylor, Former President, Apple Records Since the early eighties,...