Your Weekend Must-Do's

From art markets to music, 10 events to fill your weekend calendar

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November 22: Art and music lovers alike will enjoy the opening reception of Tiverton-based artist Tom Deininger at POP Emporium. Take in the illusionistic sculptures while listening to musical guest SUSS.

 

November 22: For your gift-browsing and viewing pleasure, Imago Foundation for the Arts is hosting their Winter Exhibit reception, featuring art in a variety of media, from painting and drawing to ceramics and furniture.

 

November 22: Whether you’re looking to furnish your own home with some greenery or make the perfect gift for a loved one, Blithewold’s Gifts from the Garden will set you up with some demos and guides to make your own horticultural creations.

 

November 23: Visit the opening reception of Hera Gallery’s exhibition, Tessera, for coastal-inspired work, fiber art, and sustainable pieces from four dynamic artists. 

 

November 23: Providence bicyclists will crank up the holiday goodwill for Cranksgiving Providence 2019, a bike ride, scavenger hunt, and food drive to benefit Amos House. Teams and solo participants will race to local stores to collect items on their lists. 

 

November 23: Start a new Thanksgiving tradition creating unique centerpieces for the holidays. Blooming Artisan will host a workshop with all the tools and materials you’ll need to put together a beautiful display.

 

November 23: For a spirited night of live music, Adam Ezra Group offers a community-driven performance at the Greenwich Odeum to get the whole audience involved in the experience.

 

November 23-24: Returning for its third year, the Made On Honor Market brings you two full days of shopping, eating, and drinking. Peruse over 100 small businesses, makers, and artists from Rhode Island and across the country.

 

November 24: The 10th Annual Native Arts Festival at the Towers offers a full day of shopping, food, and fashion from Native American artists and entertainers. Don’t miss this year’s “Native Stylin’” fashion show featuring four indigenous stylists taking the runway.

 

November 24: Chez Pascal will be transformed into a strolling shopping market during the Holiday Craft Show with The Wurst Kitchen. Artists will fill the space with their wares, and house-made sausages and sandwiches will be served up in the kitchen.