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Little Compton Community Center Halloween Festival Today!

Join us Saturday, October 28 from 6:30-8:30 for the annual Halloween Festival. There will be games and hot dogs, treats and tricks. Upstairs will feature a spooky path for the brave at heart. Don’t forget to submit your T-shirt design for our 2018 tshirt! We’ll be voting at the festival.

The festival is free to LCCC members and $5 per non-member family.

ShopaPalozza 2 at running Brook Vineyards Today!

Running Brook is the venue for this event hosted by Odies Place Animal Rescue. Christmas in October!!! Come see a bunch of vendors that will make your Christmas List Complete in October while enjoying some amazing wine.

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Newport Vineyards Barrel of Laughs Comedy Show Tonight!


Join us for an evening of wine and a barrel of laughs as host and comedian Jeremy Furtado welcomes comedians from around the region and headliner Greg Stone!

While it’s often said that tragedy plus time equals comedy, it could just as easily be said that enthusiasm minus caution equals comedian Greg Stone. Regarded by his peers as one of the funniest storytellers in New York, Greg is a fixture at many of Manhattan’s top comedy clubs and independent shows, where he shares true stories of the highs and lows caused by his lack of inhibition. Greg has recently performed on NBC’s America’s Got Talent, TruTV’s “Friends of the People,” and AXS TV’s “Gotham Comedy Live.” Bowing to the increasing demand that he be heard and not seen, Greg has also been featured on Sirius/XM Radio’s The Bennington Show, hit podcasts like “Tuesdays with Stories” and not-a-hit-but-still-hilarious podcasts like “The Rad Dudecast,” which Greg co-hosts with Anthony DeVito and Brendan Eyre. Not bad for a guy who spends a good portion of his spare time posing action figures in his bedroom. Ask him politely and he’ll tell you about the time he drunkenly jumped on stage with Michael Bolton.

Make it dinner and a show with reservations at BRIX Restaurant. Reservations required, please call 401.848.5161 x2.

Saturday, October 28
$25 in advance
$20 for Case Club/Cru Club members (Discount Code Required – refer to email or call 401.848.5161×0 for code)
8:00 p.m. – Showtime


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Craft Fair & Trunk or Treat at the Tiverton Library Today!

Trunk or Treat begins at 5pm. 

Story Times at the Tiverton Library- baby, toddler & preschool

Children’s Storytime

PRESCHOOL STORYTIME for ages 3-5, meets in the Activity Room on Monday mornings at 10:30 AM.  Our free, 45-minute storytimes include stories, songs, rhymes and a simple craft/or theme-related color sheet.  Limit 20.  Registration is required.


TODDLER STORYTIME for ages 18-36 months, meets in the Activity Room on Wednesday mornings at 10:30 AM.  This free, 45-minute early literacy lapsit program is for children ages 18-36 months and their parent/caregiver.  Included are stories, songs, rhymes and time spent with our Discovery Box.  Our Discovery Box is filled with fun, educational toys designed to develop cognitive skills, fine motor skills and encourage dramatic play.  A great way for toddlers to develop social skills and interact in a group setting.  Limit 16. Registration is required.


BABY STORYTIME for ages 8-18 months, meets in the Activity Room every other Friday morning at 10:30 AM.  This free, 30-45 minute program is designed for baby/toddler and their parent/caregiver and includes stories, rhymes, music and time spent with our Baby Discovery Box. Limit 16. Registration is required.

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Newport Vineyards Haloween Carnevil today!


Come one, come all to Newport Vineyards 2nd Annual Halloween CarnEvil! The regions’ premier costume party with an evening full of circus performers, a fortune teller machine (think Zoltar!), beats by DJ Jay Buff from 92 PRO-FM and appearances from Ami Bruni and Adam Berry of TLC’s Kindred Spirits! PRIZES for best costume! Cash bar, strictly 21+.

Friday, October 27 | 7:00pm – 11:00 pm
$55 per person
Ticket includes Creepy Cocktail Hour with nosh food, (1) drink, meet and greet with Ami Bruni and Adam Berry of TLC’s Kindred Spirits, music from DJ Buff from 92 PRO-FM, juggling performances from Circus Dymanics and fortune teller machine from TEN31 Productions.


Newport Vineyards and Milk & Honey Wine and Cheese Tasting today!


Milk & Honey Cheese + Wine = BLISS
Join us for an evening where our wine and cheese experts take you on a journey through Milk & Honey cheeses paired with Newport Vineyards wines. PLUS! Receive $5 OFF a purchase of $25 or more in the Marketplace that evening only.* Dine at Brix following the class to cap off the night in front of their fireplace.

Thursday, October 26 | 6pm – 7:30pm
TICKETS – $42 per person
*Cannot be combined with any other offers. Valid only to class attendees. Valid 10/26/17 only. Limited number of tickets available.


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Hope’s Path in the John C. Whitehead Preserve

This week we walked on Hope’s Path from West Main Road in Little Compton to the Dundery Brook Trail. The trail was about a mile and a half to the Dundery Brook trail entrance and back. Beautiful trail through the woods, with stone walls, ponds, birdhouses and more. Here are a couple pictures from our walk. 

Some of the trail has these raised platforms 

But most of the trail is a path through the woods

Just beautiful….. 

Even a little bridge! 

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Night Sky Talk and Telescope Viewing Tomorrow

Nineteenth-Century Nights
Night Sky Talk and Telescope Viewing with Barry Peckham

Friday, October 20           7 pm
$10 LCHS Members       $15 non-members
Space is limited.
Pre-registration suggested to avoid disappointment. Please call 401-635-4035.

Little Compton Historical Society
548 West Main Road
Little Compton, RI

Astronomer and telescope maker Barry Peckham will lead a discussion and telescope viewing exploring the scientific, religious, and cultural significance of Little Compton’s nineteenth-century night sky. Mr. Peckham will highlight its differences from the sky we view today and explain the implications of a truly dark sky, nineteenth-century residents’ need for pre-dawn chores, historic fears of the dark, and past misconceptions concerning comets, meteors and even eclipses. Please dress for the weather and check our website ( for any weather postponements. Call 401-635-4035 to register.

Photo: Barry Peckham and his LITEBOX telescope.

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