Arts and Entertainment
The reenactors will relate episodes of the lives of Paul and Rachel Revere during and after the American Revolution.
There are openings for sopranos and altos, and no auditions are required.
For all the impressive titles and accolades Mr. Doty, as well as Mr. Ahren, were down-to-earth and approachable. And for anyone who has ever been intimidated by poems on a printed page, attending a poetry reading is another experience altogether.
Fairhaven artist Jan Ryan, a gallery instructor at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, will give the demonstration.
This free workshop is made possible by a donation from the Sandwich Artisans.
The 34 paintings span 42 years, from 1972 to just a few weeks ago.
Vendors offer antique furnishings, handmade and estate jewelry, as well as china and glassware.
Show dates are November 6 though 8 and 13 through 16.
Gallery Artrio, Bass River Pottery, Sarah Holl Artspace and the summer residents of the Guyer Barn, the New Classics Company theater troupe, will be participating.
This event raises funds for the operation of West Falmouth Library, including children’s programs.