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100 Things to Do in Rhode Island Before You Die Postponed

BoP Gallery 289 Narrow Lane, Charlestown

Author: Robert Curley Publisher: Reedy Press, Missouri, 2019 The things you never knew you could do here disprove that Rhode Island is the smallest state in the Union. Del's Lemonade and Quonnie Sirens - the best oysters ever - will accompany a pleasant summer's evening with author Robert Gurley as we explore options for adventure …

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$7

Raj by the Sea

BoP Gallery 289 Narrow Lane, Charlestown

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Free

Open Mic Spoken Word with James Geary Reading from “Ways of Waves”

BoP Gallery 289 Narrow Lane, Charlestown

SPOKEN WORD Matunuck resident James Geary begins our evening reading from "Ways of Waves,"  inspired by the Tao Te Ching and Body Surfing   James Geary's  fascination with the Tao Te Ching spans three decades. He has read various translations, studied Mandarin, and worked with a Taiwanese scholar. He has analyzed this complex text, line …

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$19.00

Consider the Eel by Richard Schweid

BoP Gallery 289 Narrow Lane, Charlestown

  TICKETS ($20) ARE STILL AVAILABLE! as of June 26, 12:45 p.m. Please call 914 450 9598 with any questions. The American eel, found in more freshwater bodies in Rhode Island than any other fish, is a slimy and serpentine creature that emerges from underwater lairs to feed at night. It is the only fish …

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$15.00

“Freemen” : A Discussion with Robert Geake

BoP Gallery 289 Narrow Lane, Charlestown

FREEMEN: Why was the 1st Rhode Island Regiment important? The 1st RI Regiment of the Continental Army will be known as the corps of mixed race. Robert Geake, Rhode Island historian and author of thirteen books, will speak about how freemen helped the cause of liberty from Britain's rule over the colonies.  

$20.00

Rhapsody by Mitchell James Kaplan

BoP Gallery 289 Narrow Lane, Charlestown

Mitchell James Kaplan tells the love story about the little known relationship between American composers George Gershwin and Kay Swift. With an impressive knowledge of New York City during the Jazz Age, Kaplan shines a light on the timeles bond between the brilliant, strong-willed artists. Swift, already married to banker James Warburg, was the first …

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$50.00

The Origin of Flick Ford

BoP Gallery 289 Narrow Lane, Charlestown

How does one become a modern day illustrator of fish? And why are these prints important to our eco system?     Please join us on Saturday, July 31 to find out. Introduction by Captain Ed Everich, captains the tug out of New London, CT. "Flick Ford's pictures, though realistic, have a certain spiritual quality. …

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$25.00