Things To Do in November

Discover the best things to do in Rhode Island this month, including family-friendly activities, festivals, performances, food events and shows. Here are our top picks:

Nov
21
Thu
Haunted By Waters – Art by Jayne Guertin Schlott @ East Greenwich Free Library
Nov 21 all-day
Haunted By Waters - Art by Jayne Guertin Schlott @ East Greenwich Free Library | East Greenwich | Rhode Island | United States

Haunted By Waters opens on Nov. 2 – Nov. 26, with an opening reception on Thursday, Nov. 7, from 5 to 7 p.m.

Jayne Guertin Schlott was the 2018 East Greenwich Library Winter’s Eve Jurors’ Award Winner. The cash award included a November solo exhibit in the Howard Silverman Gallery. We’re happy to host Jayne Guertin Schlott’s solo exhibit: Haunted by Waters. We hope you will visit the gallery and enjoy Jayne’s exciting artwork. You can meet and talk with Jayne about her art at the opening reception, Nov 7.

Jayne Guertin is a writer, poet and an award-winning photographer. She has exhibited her photographs throughout the country. Her practice is focused on the natural beauty of the vernacular, and looking closely for long periods of time, year after year, in order to understand her subject. She lives in a riparian zone, and is surrounded by streams, ponds and other waterways that are both her muse and mirage. A Pushcart Prize nominee, her written work has been published nationwide and has appeared in the Los Angeles Review of Books, Yankee Magazine, Rhode Island Monthly, and various literary journals.

https://www.instagram.com/jaynecguertin/

For more about Winter’s Eve 2019 – ninth Annual Juried Art Exhibit and the Gala Opening (and an artist prospectus – Deadline Nov 9), visit –

https://www.eastgreenwichlibrary.org/winters-eve

Don’t miss Winter’s Eve. It’s a community seasonal highlight.

The Friends of the Library is an all volunteer association of individuals dedicated to supporting Library services and programs. Their vision is for all to enjoy the Library as a community learning and gathering place. Over 400 visitors enter the Library daily. For more information, contact friendseglibrary@gmail.com

Dar Williams @ Greenwich Odeum
Nov 21 @ 8:00 pm
Dar Williams @ Greenwich Odeum | East Greenwich | Rhode Island | United States

Dar Williams has been called “one of America’s very best singer-songwriters” by The New Yorker. She’s released ten studio albums and authored four books including her latest, “What I Found In A Thousand Towns,” to be released in September.

Known as much for her staunch progressive ideals as her raw acoustic energy, Williams has been captivating audiences with her sheer elegance and honesty in her folk-pop songwriting since the ’90s. Williams’ growth as an individual over her two-decade-long career has gone hand-in-hand with her evolution as an artist, touring along the way with such distinguished peers as Joan Baez, Patty Griffin, Ani DiFranco, Loudon Wainwright III and Shawn Colvin among others.

Dar’s most recent album, Emerald, “deals as bluntly as ever with the shadowy, subtle corners of humanity” according to Rolling Stone, and was recorded with friends such as Richard Thompson, Jill Sobule, Jim Lauderdale, the Milk Carton Kids, Lucy Wainwright Roche, Suzzy Roche, the Hooters and others in various studios across the U.S. It is a sparkling collection of new original material, inspired collaborations and some surprising covers such as B.A.D.’s “Johnny Appleseed” making this album one of her best yet.

Tickets to this event include an additional $5 Historic Restoration Fee to assist in restorations and repairs of the Greenwich Odeum. When purchasing tickets online, an additional $2 convenience fee per transaction will be applied. Tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable.

Nov
22
Fri
Haunted By Waters – Art by Jayne Guertin Schlott @ East Greenwich Free Library
Nov 22 all-day
Haunted By Waters - Art by Jayne Guertin Schlott @ East Greenwich Free Library | East Greenwich | Rhode Island | United States

Haunted By Waters opens on Nov. 2 – Nov. 26, with an opening reception on Thursday, Nov. 7, from 5 to 7 p.m.

Jayne Guertin Schlott was the 2018 East Greenwich Library Winter’s Eve Jurors’ Award Winner. The cash award included a November solo exhibit in the Howard Silverman Gallery. We’re happy to host Jayne Guertin Schlott’s solo exhibit: Haunted by Waters. We hope you will visit the gallery and enjoy Jayne’s exciting artwork. You can meet and talk with Jayne about her art at the opening reception, Nov 7.

Jayne Guertin is a writer, poet and an award-winning photographer. She has exhibited her photographs throughout the country. Her practice is focused on the natural beauty of the vernacular, and looking closely for long periods of time, year after year, in order to understand her subject. She lives in a riparian zone, and is surrounded by streams, ponds and other waterways that are both her muse and mirage. A Pushcart Prize nominee, her written work has been published nationwide and has appeared in the Los Angeles Review of Books, Yankee Magazine, Rhode Island Monthly, and various literary journals.

https://www.instagram.com/jaynecguertin/

For more about Winter’s Eve 2019 – ninth Annual Juried Art Exhibit and the Gala Opening (and an artist prospectus – Deadline Nov 9), visit –

https://www.eastgreenwichlibrary.org/winters-eve

Don’t miss Winter’s Eve. It’s a community seasonal highlight.

The Friends of the Library is an all volunteer association of individuals dedicated to supporting Library services and programs. Their vision is for all to enjoy the Library as a community learning and gathering place. Over 400 visitors enter the Library daily. For more information, contact friendseglibrary@gmail.com

Nov
23
Sat
Haunted By Waters – Art by Jayne Guertin Schlott @ East Greenwich Free Library
Nov 23 all-day
Haunted By Waters - Art by Jayne Guertin Schlott @ East Greenwich Free Library | East Greenwich | Rhode Island | United States

Haunted By Waters opens on Nov. 2 – Nov. 26, with an opening reception on Thursday, Nov. 7, from 5 to 7 p.m.

Jayne Guertin Schlott was the 2018 East Greenwich Library Winter’s Eve Jurors’ Award Winner. The cash award included a November solo exhibit in the Howard Silverman Gallery. We’re happy to host Jayne Guertin Schlott’s solo exhibit: Haunted by Waters. We hope you will visit the gallery and enjoy Jayne’s exciting artwork. You can meet and talk with Jayne about her art at the opening reception, Nov 7.

Jayne Guertin is a writer, poet and an award-winning photographer. She has exhibited her photographs throughout the country. Her practice is focused on the natural beauty of the vernacular, and looking closely for long periods of time, year after year, in order to understand her subject. She lives in a riparian zone, and is surrounded by streams, ponds and other waterways that are both her muse and mirage. A Pushcart Prize nominee, her written work has been published nationwide and has appeared in the Los Angeles Review of Books, Yankee Magazine, Rhode Island Monthly, and various literary journals.

https://www.instagram.com/jaynecguertin/

For more about Winter’s Eve 2019 – ninth Annual Juried Art Exhibit and the Gala Opening (and an artist prospectus – Deadline Nov 9), visit –

https://www.eastgreenwichlibrary.org/winters-eve

Don’t miss Winter’s Eve. It’s a community seasonal highlight.

The Friends of the Library is an all volunteer association of individuals dedicated to supporting Library services and programs. Their vision is for all to enjoy the Library as a community learning and gathering place. Over 400 visitors enter the Library daily. For more information, contact friendseglibrary@gmail.com

Nov
24
Sun
Haunted By Waters – Art by Jayne Guertin Schlott @ East Greenwich Free Library
Nov 24 all-day
Haunted By Waters - Art by Jayne Guertin Schlott @ East Greenwich Free Library | East Greenwich | Rhode Island | United States

Haunted By Waters opens on Nov. 2 – Nov. 26, with an opening reception on Thursday, Nov. 7, from 5 to 7 p.m.

Jayne Guertin Schlott was the 2018 East Greenwich Library Winter’s Eve Jurors’ Award Winner. The cash award included a November solo exhibit in the Howard Silverman Gallery. We’re happy to host Jayne Guertin Schlott’s solo exhibit: Haunted by Waters. We hope you will visit the gallery and enjoy Jayne’s exciting artwork. You can meet and talk with Jayne about her art at the opening reception, Nov 7.

Jayne Guertin is a writer, poet and an award-winning photographer. She has exhibited her photographs throughout the country. Her practice is focused on the natural beauty of the vernacular, and looking closely for long periods of time, year after year, in order to understand her subject. She lives in a riparian zone, and is surrounded by streams, ponds and other waterways that are both her muse and mirage. A Pushcart Prize nominee, her written work has been published nationwide and has appeared in the Los Angeles Review of Books, Yankee Magazine, Rhode Island Monthly, and various literary journals.

https://www.instagram.com/jaynecguertin/

For more about Winter’s Eve 2019 – ninth Annual Juried Art Exhibit and the Gala Opening (and an artist prospectus – Deadline Nov 9), visit –

https://www.eastgreenwichlibrary.org/winters-eve

Don’t miss Winter’s Eve. It’s a community seasonal highlight.

The Friends of the Library is an all volunteer association of individuals dedicated to supporting Library services and programs. Their vision is for all to enjoy the Library as a community learning and gathering place. Over 400 visitors enter the Library daily. For more information, contact friendseglibrary@gmail.com

Nov
25
Mon
Haunted By Waters – Art by Jayne Guertin Schlott @ East Greenwich Free Library
Nov 25 all-day
Haunted By Waters - Art by Jayne Guertin Schlott @ East Greenwich Free Library | East Greenwich | Rhode Island | United States

Haunted By Waters opens on Nov. 2 – Nov. 26, with an opening reception on Thursday, Nov. 7, from 5 to 7 p.m.

Jayne Guertin Schlott was the 2018 East Greenwich Library Winter’s Eve Jurors’ Award Winner. The cash award included a November solo exhibit in the Howard Silverman Gallery. We’re happy to host Jayne Guertin Schlott’s solo exhibit: Haunted by Waters. We hope you will visit the gallery and enjoy Jayne’s exciting artwork. You can meet and talk with Jayne about her art at the opening reception, Nov 7.

Jayne Guertin is a writer, poet and an award-winning photographer. She has exhibited her photographs throughout the country. Her practice is focused on the natural beauty of the vernacular, and looking closely for long periods of time, year after year, in order to understand her subject. She lives in a riparian zone, and is surrounded by streams, ponds and other waterways that are both her muse and mirage. A Pushcart Prize nominee, her written work has been published nationwide and has appeared in the Los Angeles Review of Books, Yankee Magazine, Rhode Island Monthly, and various literary journals.

https://www.instagram.com/jaynecguertin/

For more about Winter’s Eve 2019 – ninth Annual Juried Art Exhibit and the Gala Opening (and an artist prospectus – Deadline Nov 9), visit –

https://www.eastgreenwichlibrary.org/winters-eve

Don’t miss Winter’s Eve. It’s a community seasonal highlight.

The Friends of the Library is an all volunteer association of individuals dedicated to supporting Library services and programs. Their vision is for all to enjoy the Library as a community learning and gathering place. Over 400 visitors enter the Library daily. For more information, contact friendseglibrary@gmail.com

Nov
26
Tue
Haunted By Waters – Art by Jayne Guertin Schlott @ East Greenwich Free Library
Nov 26 all-day
Haunted By Waters - Art by Jayne Guertin Schlott @ East Greenwich Free Library | East Greenwich | Rhode Island | United States

Haunted By Waters opens on Nov. 2 – Nov. 26, with an opening reception on Thursday, Nov. 7, from 5 to 7 p.m.

Jayne Guertin Schlott was the 2018 East Greenwich Library Winter’s Eve Jurors’ Award Winner. The cash award included a November solo exhibit in the Howard Silverman Gallery. We’re happy to host Jayne Guertin Schlott’s solo exhibit: Haunted by Waters. We hope you will visit the gallery and enjoy Jayne’s exciting artwork. You can meet and talk with Jayne about her art at the opening reception, Nov 7.

Jayne Guertin is a writer, poet and an award-winning photographer. She has exhibited her photographs throughout the country. Her practice is focused on the natural beauty of the vernacular, and looking closely for long periods of time, year after year, in order to understand her subject. She lives in a riparian zone, and is surrounded by streams, ponds and other waterways that are both her muse and mirage. A Pushcart Prize nominee, her written work has been published nationwide and has appeared in the Los Angeles Review of Books, Yankee Magazine, Rhode Island Monthly, and various literary journals.

https://www.instagram.com/jaynecguertin/

For more about Winter’s Eve 2019 – ninth Annual Juried Art Exhibit and the Gala Opening (and an artist prospectus – Deadline Nov 9), visit –

https://www.eastgreenwichlibrary.org/winters-eve

Don’t miss Winter’s Eve. It’s a community seasonal highlight.

The Friends of the Library is an all volunteer association of individuals dedicated to supporting Library services and programs. Their vision is for all to enjoy the Library as a community learning and gathering place. Over 400 visitors enter the Library daily. For more information, contact friendseglibrary@gmail.com

Dec
14
Sat
The Stone Ridge Candlelight Tour @ Stone Ridge Neighborhood
Dec 14 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
The Stone Ridge Candlelight Tour @ Stone Ridge Neighborhood | East Greenwich | Rhode Island | United States

The Stone Ridge Neighborhood Association (located in East Greenwich) will be holding its annual Luminaria on Saturday, December 14, 2019 from 5-9 pm with a rain date of Sunday, December 15. This is a long-standing neighborhood tradition spanning over 30 years. Our neighborhood provides an outdoor display for the holidays which includes our traditional holiday decorations and thousands of paper bag lanterns decorating curbs, driveways and walkways. Last year the neighborhood was lined with over 3,800 lit lanterns. People from all over Rhode Island come to slowly drive through and enjoy the displays.
Directions – Follow Middle Road west of Route 2 to second right (Stone Ridge Drive)