Need something to do? Check out The Week Ahead for June 19 to 26

Need something to do? Check out The Week Ahead for June 19 to 26

The Westerly Sun


MAKE MUSIC

Enjoy a daylong concert featuring music from Cobalt & Hazel, Pam Lowell, Chris Capaldi, Yesenia Rubio, William Chilton, and Barkode beginning at 10 a.m. at the bandstand in Wilcox Park when Westerly Library & Wilcox Park joins Make Music Rhode Island. For more info, call the library at 401-596-2877, ext. 342.

SUMMER SOLSTICE

Help kick off the summer reading program at Stonington Free Library Wednesday from 6 to 7:30 p.m. with musicians at an outdoor concert at the library, 20 High St. in Stonington.

RELAY TIME

Join family and friends at the Westerly High School Quad starting at 6 p.m. with opening ceremonies. The event will run throughout the night until closing ceremonies at 7 a.m. There will be activities, food and entertainment open to the community. For more information, to join a team, or to make a donation, visit relayforlife.org/westerlyri.

COME TO THE CABARET

Experience an evening of drama and song at the Ocean House Friday night with resident cabaret performer Marion Markham. Enjoy a cocktail with a side of smooth melodies as Marion performs a variety of music, including standards, blues, jazz and Latin rhythms with a dash of comedy. A cash bar will be available. Visit www.oceanhousevents.com/events for more information and reservations.

MEET MARY GORDON

Savoy Bookshop & Café will host author Mary Gordon as she introduces her new book “There Your Heart Lies.” She will read from her book and discuss her work with Maureen Logan. The event is free. For more information, visit banksquarebooks.com. Visit banksquarebooks.com for more information.

SUMMER FUN

Pack the station wagon and head to Wuskenau Town Beach’s pondside lot for summertime Drive-In-Movies. This week, the drive-in will be screening “Grease.” Cost is $10 per car. For more information and a schedule, visit misquamicut.org.

POPPING OUT ALL OVER

Remember to save your spot Saturday ... but not too early ... for the 37th annual Summer Pops concert from the Chorus of Westerly, with the Pops Festival Orchestra and Andrew Howell, conductor in Wilcox park. The pre-show starts at 6 p.m. Visit chorusofwesterly.org for more information.

— Nancy Burns-Fusaro


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