This Week: See Farmers, Gipsy Kings and Jersey Boys!

Thursday, April 21st

Arnie Louis Bob

Arnie Louis and Bob

Trinity Repertory Theater
201 Washington St., Providence

7:30 PM

Welcome to the home of three older men — two brothers and their cousin — who are trying to find meaning in their lives in their golden years! Arnie uses meditation. Bob loves pop culture. But Louis, no matter how hard he tries, can’t seem to find anything that works — not online dating, not anti-depressants, not moving back to his childhood home. He thinks all is lost… until he’s visited by a fantastical stranger. In this funny, moving world premiere, Arnie, Louis and Bob come to grips with who they are, what they have been and who they aren’t.  Box office: (401) 351-4242

Friday, April 22nd


Battleship Cove’s Family Night

Battleship Cove
5 Water St., Fall River, MA

For families who are looking for a new adventure during school vacation, consider a camping night aboard USS Massachusetts, a WWII battleship, at Battleship Cove in Fall River!  Sleep in restored bunks, eat “chow-line” style in the Officer’s Wardroom, and rise and shine to the sound of reveille.  Guests enjoy all-day admission, evening snack and breakfast, and can participate in shipboard activities like “Battleship Jeopardy” and “Navy Lingo Bingo.”  Cost is $60 per person.  To reserve your space, and for more information, please call Reservations at 508.678-1100 ext. 102.

Saturday, April 23rd

Saturday 2.27

Winter Farmer’s Market

Old Rochester Regional High School
135 Marion Road, Mattapoisett

10:00 AM-1:00 PM

Don’t miss the last winter market of the season — plenty of produce, breads, sweets, grass fed organic meats, cheeses, wines and much, much more!!! Plus live Entertainment every market!  The Summer Market will begin June 7th, running every Tuesday from 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM.

Sunday, April 24th


The Gipsy Kings

Zeiterion Theater
684 Purchase St., New Bedford

8:00 PM

Party with the Grammy Award Winning, The Gipsy Kings!  Uniting the family, Reyes, and the family, Baliardo, this band melds flamenco, rumba, salsa and pop to the tune of 20 million albums sold.  Be transported to the south of France with flamenco guitars and booming Spanish vocals!  The Gipsy Kings have played on the streets of Cannes to the heights of St. Tropez, breaking world music barriers, climbing the U.S. and World music charts.  And they have been featured in The Big Lebowski, Toy Story 3 and Glee.  The band has embraced western classics by Bob Marley, the Doobie Brothers and The Eagles while also blending dramatic cues from Brazilian and Caribbean culture.  TICKETS: $49 / $59/ $69 / $79

Monday, April 25th

whaling museum

Sneak Peek @Whaling Episode of PBS Genealogy Roadshow

New Bedford Whaling Museum
18 Johnny Cake Hill, New Bedford

7:00 PM

Free and open to the public! Join genealogist and show host, Mary Tedesco, for a sneak peek of the Genealogy Roadshow episode that traced a whaling family’s roots to right here in New Bedford. Parts of the episode were filmed here at the Museum and throughout New Bedford. Reception at 6 pm. Screening and Q&A w/Mary Tedesco at 7:00 PM. Registration required.

Tuesday, April 26th

Jersey Boys

Jersey Boys

Providence Performing Arts Center
220 Weybosset St., Providence

7:00 PM

You’ll be dancing in the aisles with this popular musical! JERSEY BOYS is the Tony®, Grammy® and Olivier Award-winning Best Musical about Rock and Roll Hall of Famers The Four Seasons: Frankie Valli, Bob Gaudio, Tommy DeVito and Nick Massi. This is the true story of how four blue-collar kids became one of the greatest successes in pop music history. They wrote their own songs, invented their own sounds and sold 175 million records worldwide – all before they were 30!  JERSEY BOYS features their hit songs “Sherry,” “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” “Rag Doll,” “Oh What a Night” and “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You.”

Wednesday, April 27th


Garden Symposium Lecture: “What’s Old is New Again…and Some is Still Old!”

Rotch-Jones-Duff House & Garden Museum
396 County St., New Bedford, MA

7:00 PM

Learn how to balance the preservation of historic gardens with modern goals of sustainability and horticultural excellence! Under the guidance of its newly appointed Director of Horticulture, Jason Veil, the Trustees have initiated a statewide effort to document, improve, and promote its portfolio of garden properties. One challenge they face is the delicate balance between preserving historic landscapes, many with vintage plant material, and injecting the right proportion of 21st century horticultural relevance. In many cases, the sustainable management of these special places will require a shift from aging, invasive, or otherwise undesirable plants to newer selections offering lower maintenance, improved disease resistance, longer bloom times, and other attributes.  Fee: $18

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