TODAY
    Sunday Nov 19 - May 13 @ 10:00 AM
Meet Your Maker
Hope & Main – Eat, drink and shop local at our indoor maker showcase and marketplace!! This is an interactive shopping experience between makers and consumers that results in strong, meaningful connections in our local food economy. Shoppers come to meet the makers of local food and beverge products, taste samples, offer feedback/ suggestions, learn about products, processes and businesses, and have fun! Each market offers something new and different! Free parking and (delicious) brunch/lunch options will available!
 
TODAY
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 10:30 AM
Thankful Paws Adoption Event
Friends of Homeless Animals, INC of RI – Come meet some of our awesome adoptable dogs!
 
TODAY
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 11:00 AM
Arcade Farmers & Artisans Market
the arcade providence – Join us for our 2017 Farmers & Artisans Market at the arcade providence! This event takes place Sundays from 11 am - 3 pm, beginning November 5th with our final market on December 17th. Check our page often for weekly market lineups, as the vendor list rotates. You can expect artisanal goods, art, fresh local produce, prepared foods, vintage, and more! Rogue Island Local Kitchen & Bar will be open for delicious Sunday bunch, New Harvest Coffee & Spirits will be open for coffee and cocktails (and they now offer KNEAD Doughnuts!),and Carmen and Ginger Lovecraft Arts & Sciences Council, Split Apart Secondhand, Cured Collection, and Bad Taste will be open for business. Parking is FREE downtown on Sundays! Vendor list: The Blank Space Collection Hot Glue Heroes The Attic Project Earth & Anchor Soap Co. Rustic Roots Baking Parcel Apothecary CSA & Cocktail Farm Augusta Street Kitchen Acopia Harvest Want a Pony Silva Lining Designs The Farm Foley's Finds James Draper Vintage Brick+Beam Studio P V Farm Stand Rhode Trip Photography MarcArt Americana Darlings Aster Candle Aquidneck Honey Bricollage North American Family Institute
 
TODAY
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 11:00 AM
Friendsgiving at The Village
The Village – The Trailer Park Girls are back at it again! This time having got more comfortable with their housesitting gig they decided to invite the locals for a little Friendsgiving! So come and GET STUFFED with your favorite trailer park ladies! Cover: $10 or $5 and your donation of 2 canned goods! Seating 1; Doors at 10am / Show at 11am. Seating 2; Seating 2 starts once the first show is finished / Show at 1:30pm. *Both waves of seating are the same show! All door proceeds will be donated to the Rhode Island Food Bank, so come help out! For reservations, call 401-228-7222 or email Justin@thevillageri
 
TODAY
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 12:00 PM
ADSI November Autocross - Season Finale!
ADSI High Performance Driving School – WHAT: ADSI November Autocross - The Finale! WHEN: Sunday, November 19th, 2017 TIME: 12pm-5pm WHERE: 10 Thompson Rd. North Kingstown, RI 02852 (Physical address is the same as always, no GPS coordinates) NEW FOR 2017: All Drivers and Passengers MUST wear a helmet FULL DAY SCHOOL/AUTOCROSS: 8am -12pm Class runs 8am-12pm, please be at the gates for 7:45, lunch is at noon for full day class participants only. Autocross begins at 12pm and will run until 5pm as always. Pre-Registration is a must, download your forms at http://hpds.1adsi.com/index.html and have them ready at the front gate when you arrive. PRICING: Full day School with Lunch, and VIP lane access from 12-5: $250 Half day autocross with unlimited laps: $125 Try the Track (newcomers only) 4 laps/$40 AUTOCROSS: 12pm-5pm Please be at the gates at 11:30am for registration, gates will close at 12pm and we will not know you are there. Have your tech and registration forms ready so you can get out on the Tarmac quicker! The full day High Performance Driving Program is great for anyone who wants to learn more about vehicle dynamics and proper technique, as well as participating in the open day portion. Open day is a great value for anyone strictly interested in racing with limited instruction. Spread the word and tell your friends who have been excited to try auto crossing! If you have any questions please feel free to contact 294-1600. Thanks and hope to see you all there!
 
TODAY
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 12:00 PM
Mexican Fiesta: Patriots Away Game Viewing Party
Patriot Place – Yo soy fiesta! Gear up Mexico City at Patriot Place! Join the feista, and come watch the 1:00 PM games before the New England Patriots battle The Oakland Raiders in Mexico City at 4:25 PM on November 19. ENJOY LIVE MUSIC & DANCE PERFORMANCES Stage located between Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and The Artist Galley & Studio • 12:00 noon: DJ Matty • 1:00 PM: Massive Groove • 1:35 PM: Elite Dance Center of Foxborough Dance Performance • 1:50 PM: Raffles with DJ Matty • 2:00 PM: Massive Groove • 2:35 PM: Elite Dance Center of Foxborough Dance Performance • 2:50 PM: Raffles with DJ Matty • 3:00 PM: Massive Groove • 3:35 PM: Elite Dance Center of Foxborough Dance Performance • 3:50 PM - 4:00 PM: Raffles with DJ Matty Roaming throughout North Marketplace at Patriot Place • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM: Mariachi Bands ENJOY FAMILY FUN 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM • Dan's Balloons, located outside Bar Louie • Caricature Artist, located outside Green Tangerine Spa and Salon • Face Painting, located outside Charming Charlie CATCH ALL THE GAME DAY ACTION • Starting at 1:00 PM: Visit any Patriot Place Restaurant to watch the start of Sunday Football • Starting at 4:25 PM: In addition to Patriot Place Restaurants, enjoy Patriots vs. Raiders on large inflatable outdoor screens located next to Red Robin & Renaissance Boston Patriot Place Hotel Additional Event Details: bit.ly/2iZPZ5D
 
TODAY
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 12:00 PM
Join 2 Lite Chicks for "I Do," A Bridal Showcase
Lite Rock 105 – Join Lite Rock 105’s “2 Lite Chicks” this Sunday from noon to 2pm for “I DO, A Wedding Boutique Showcase” presented by Skyline at Waterplace! Meet the finest wedding professionals in the business at the newest wedding venue from noon to 4pm! Admission is free, valet is free, and the champagne toast is FREE too! While you’re there, enter to win fantastic prizes like Shania Twain tickets, a diamond wedding band from Anthony’s Jeweler’s and a FREE 4-night 5-star all-inclusive honeymoon to Punta Cana from Anyplace Travel! Learn more about this awesome Bridal event at www.IDoBySkyline.com
 
TODAY
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 1:00 PM
RIIAHF's Greatest Salute America's Bravest
The Vets – The RIIAHF celebrates its 30th anniversary by presenting former Secretary of Defense and CIA Director Leon Panetta its 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award, honoring eight courageous Rhode Island military veterans who will receive Distinguished Service Awards and some of Rhode Island’s best and brightest college bound students who will receive $2,000 scholarships. NBC 10’s Gene Valicenti and Alison Bologna are the Masters of Ceremonies for this one time historic event. Musical performances by The Company Bees and Kelley Lennon Among celebrity presenters, all former RIIAHF honorees who are scheduled to appear: Rico Petrocelli Red Sox Hall of Famer Lou Lamoriello Toronto Maple Leafs GM Gino Cappelletti Patriots Hall of Famer Ernie DiGregorio Friars & NBA Great Lt. Gen. Reginald Centracchio (RET) Former Commanding General RI National Guard Joseph Paolino Former Providence Mayor
 
TODAY
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 1:05 PM
Providence Bruins vs. Hershey Bears
Dunkin' Donuts Center Providence – Sale Dates and Times: Public Onsale : Fri, 14 Jul 2017 at 12:00 PM
 
TODAY
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 1:30 PM
Whitechapel, Carnifex, Rings Of Saturn - The Rise Of Metal!
Fete Music Hall – Fete Music Hall is proud to present THE RISE OF METAL! This is a 2 stage all day metal event featuring: Lounge Doors @ 130pm Soul Trap 150 - 215 Fates Last Fight 230 - 255 The Last King 310 - 335 Our Shadows 350 - 415 Absence of Despair 430 - 455 Noxii Arena 510 - 535 Ballroom doors @ 555pm Kingsmen 605 - 630 So This Is Suffering 6:45 - 7:10 ENTHEOS 7:25 - 7:55 Rings of Saturn 8:10 - 8:40 Carnifex 8:55 - 9:40 Whitechapel 10:10 - 11:10 We will also have a food truck and the Shelter Arcade Bar set up! $ 22.00 - $25.00 / Age All Ages Tickets: http://www.ticketweb.com/fb/7663865/fete
 
TODAY
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 2:00 PM
Barbi Jo at The 'I DO' Wedding Boutique Showcase by Skyline!
92 PRO-FM – BRIDES, BRING YOUR SQUAD FOR FREE ADMISSION & THE RED CARPET TREATMENT! WEDDING VENDORS, PHOTO-BOOTH FUN, FREE FOOD & MORE! PLUS, WIN PRIZES LIKE A PUNTA CANA HONEYMOON, WEDDING BANDS & BACHELORETTE SUNDAY FUNDAY INCLUDING SWEET INDULGENCE BRUNCH, MAKE-UP FROM BARBIE BEAUTY LOUNGE & A PHOTO-SHOOT! DON'T FORGET THERE'S FREE VALET PARKING!
 
TODAY
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 4:25 PM
NE vs Oakland at Wes' Rib House
Sports Radio 103.7 WEEI-FM – Join Sports Radio 103.7 WEEI at Wes' Rib House for the game! Compete on the WEEI Quarterboard for prizes and catch all the action as New England kicks off against Oakland at 4:25pm. Don't miss out on the best ribs and BBQ, and join the WEEI Watergirls at Wes' Rib House!
 
TODAY
    Sunday Nov 19 - Nov 26 @ 5:00 PM
Charlotte's Web Auditions
The RISE Playhouse – Auditions on November 19 at 5-7pm and November 26 at 1-4pm Directed by Shannon McMillan Performances at the RISE Playhouse on February 9, 10, 16, 17 at 6:30 pm and 11, 18 at 2 pm Charlotte’s Web is about a pig named Wilbur, who was born a runt to the Arable family farm. The Arable’s daughter, Fern, takes a liking to Wilbur and decides to raise him, but her father still has other plans for the poor little pig, and he does not intend to let Wilbur live long. Wilbur befriends some of the other farm animals, and makes an unlikely friendship with a spider, named Charlotte. With the help of Charlotte and her web weaving skills, soon goes from “runt” to “extraordinary” and he gets entered into the fair, where his friends, especially Charlotte, tag along to help him along the way. Characters: Fern Arable (female; 8-13 years old) The youngest Arable child, falls in love with Wilbur, and does everything she can to save him. John Arable (male; 20+ years old) The father of Fern and Avery, runs the family farm. Makes his living selling some of the farm animals. Martha Arable (female; 20+ years old) The mother of Fern and Avery, and the wife of John Arable, helps Fern in taking care of Wilbur. Avery Arable (male; 13-17 years old) The oldest child Arable child, and older brother to Fern. Homer Zuckerman (male; 20+ years old) The uncle to Fern and Avery, allows for Fern to keep Wilbur at their farm. Edith Zuckerman (female; 20+ years old) The aunt of Fern and Avery, and the wife of Homer. Lurvy (male; 15-25 years old) The farmhand on the Arable farm. Wilbur (male; 8-15 years old) A pig that is born a runt on the Arable farm. He is originally destined to die, but he attracts the attention of Fern, who vows to take care of him. He then makes many friends on the Zuckerman farm, including a spider named Charlotte. Templeton (male; 13-17 years old) A rat that takes up residency in the Zuckerman barn, and plays a helpful role in the life of Wilbur. Charlotte (female; 10-15 years old) A spider that lives in the Zuckerman barn. She makes friends with little Wilbur and helps to save his life with her web weaving skills. Goose (female; any age) A goose on the Zuckerman farm. Gander (male; any age) A gander on the Zuckerman farm, and makes sure everyone knows that he is not a goose. Sheep (male or female; any age) A sheep on the Zuckerman farm. Lamb (male or female; any age) A lamb on the Zuckerman farm. Chorus (male or female; any age) The narrators of the story. Uncle (male; 17-25 years old) The pig that is against Wilbur in the competition at the fair. Spiderlings (male or female; under the age of 10 years old) Charlotte’s children. Ensemble: Reporter, Photographer, Spectators, Judges, Fairgoers, Announcers……….Any age There is also a range of ensemble characters in the show that are available to any age for those wanting to audition Audition Requirements: Prepare a 30 second to 1 minute comical monologue (spiderlings excluded from this requirement), a cold read will follow after.
 
TODAY
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 7:30 PM
RI College Chamber Orchestra
Rhode Island College Music – Chamber Orchestra Concert Sunday, November 19 - 7:30PM Sapinsley Hall - RI College John Sumerlin - Director FREE ADMISSION Program: JS BACH - Concerto in C minor Hannah Beekman - Violin Zenobia Nelles - Oboe MENDELSSOHN - String Symphony # 9 MOZART - Clarinet Concerto Nicholas Sayegh-clarinet Hannah Beekman, Isaiah Hopper-violin Sarah Cundy-viola John Bender-cello MENDELSSOHN - Quartet Op. 13
 
TOMORROW
    Monday Nov 20 @ 11:00 AM
CCAP Holiday Food Drive
B.GOOD Garden City Center – Donate food to help Cranston Families & get FREE B.GOOD! Bring a donation of any two needed food items to support CCAP's Holiday Food Drive and we will give you a FREE bowl, burger or salad. Food items needed - Canned Corn, Canned Green Beans, Canned Cranberry Sauce, Boxed Mashed Potatoes or Stuffing, Pie Crust, Canned Pie Filling and grocery store gift cards Only one free item per person, not valid with any other offers or promotions. Only valid on 11/20/17 at B.GOOD Garden City.
 
TOMORROW
    Monday Nov 20 @ 12:00 PM
Maung Zarni: Slow-Burning Rohingya Genocide in Myanmar
Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs – Maung Zarni will discuss the ongoing state-sanctioned violence against Rohingya people in Burma, which he argues has been facilitated by the complicity of the international community. Maung Zarni, a longtime Burmese human rights activist, is a non-resident research fellow with the Documentation Center of Cambodia. He has written extensively on Burmese affairs, including democratic transition, peace processes, transnational activism, Islamophobia, and Rohingya genocide. Dr. Zarni has organized numerous international conferences on the plight of Rohingyas, and he initiated the Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal on Myanmar in 2013. As a PhD student, he founded the pioneering internet-based Free Burma Coalition in 1995. Organized by the Brown Journal of World Affairs. Co-sponsored by the International Relations DUG, Development Studies DUG, the Bengali Students Club, the Southeast Asian Studies Initiative, South Asian Students Association, Amnesty International at Brown, and the Watson Institute. http://watson.brown.edu/events/2017/maung-zarni-myanmars-slow-burning-genocide-rohingya-people
 
TOMORROW
    Monday Nov 20 @ 5:00 PM
Monthly Game Night
Pawtucket Public Library – Monthly meeting of the Library's Game Group Bring your own game or enjoy one of the games in the Library's collection. This event is intended for adults and older teens but famlies and children with adult supervision are always welcome.
 
TOMORROW
    Monday Nov 20 @ 5:30 PM
Archaeological Fieldwork Information Session
Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World – Where can you do fieldwork this summer? How can you pay for it? How do you apply? What’s an UTRA grant? Should you enroll in a field school or volunteer? What courses should you take to prepare? Do you have to be an archaeology concentrator? What is fieldwork, anyway? And what about study abroad? Sponsored by the Archaeology Department Undergraduate Group
 
TOMORROW
    Monday Nov 20 @ 6:00 PM
November School of Fish with Chef Dave Snow
Hope & Main – At Eating with the Ecosystem’s “School of Fish”, Rhode Island chefs will educate you on different methods for turning whole local seafood - straight from the sea - into a marvelous dinner you can share with your family and friends. Learn how to use plentiful local species such as (but not limited to) scup, skate, squid, Jonah crab, whiting, whole sea scallops, dogfish, sea robin, and fluke. Held in the demo kitchen (a former school classroom) at Hope & Main, each workshop is also a dinner, complete with wine and good company! Each workshop will feature one fish species, prepared several ways. Come for just one class or attend them all! Our November class will feature Dave Snow, Executive Chef of the Bristol Oyster Bar. He will be demonstrating how to prepare Black Sea Bass, one of his favorite local fish! Location: Hope & Main Demonstration Kitchen, 691 Main St. Warren, RI 02885 Ticket price: $50 (includes lesson, dinner, and wine).
 
TOMORROW
    Monday Nov 20 @ 7:00 PM
RIPDA Monthly Meeting - Combating National Grid Hikes!
Progressive Democrats of America – Rhode Island Progressive Dems will be joining Providence DSA in their "Power to the People" Campaign. If you haven't yet heard, National Grid has decided to increase our rates by 53% and will choose record profits over you and I. This year more families than ever will have to decide between being comfortable within their own homes and eating. This is simply unacceptable, but thankfully we have a plan... On Monday, November 20th at 7 PM we will be proudly welcoming Paul Rakotoarisoa, co-chair of Providence DSA, as he introduces us to an alternative approach to National Grid. We hope you can come. We've also begun looking forward to the 2018 elections and it is promising to be a continuation of last years progressive wave. There will be some very exciting candidates announced in the next few months! But there is still work to be done right now in 2017 and we would love your help! We look forward to seeing you there! Super Special Donation Beg! As we are prepping for next year, we are hoping to get some donations in. There may be some specific donation requests coming soon, but if you can toss us a very Bernie $27 donation today, it would mean a lot. http://www.riprogressivedems.com/donate