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24 THROUGH JULY 16 “MAN OF LA MAN­CHA.” 25 31ST AN­NUAL CHO­RUS OF WESTERLY’S SUM­MER POPS CON­CERT

25 5TH AN­NUAL TRA­DI­TIONS FES­TI­VAL

26 CONNECTICUT’S HIS­TORIC GAR­DENS DAY

26 CONNECTICUT’S HIS­TORIC GAR­DENS DAY

26 CONNECTICUT’S HIS­TORIC GAR­DENS DAY

1-3 SEN­TINELS ON THE SOUND

2-30 “EF­FA­BLE.”

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24-26 THE 19TH AN­NUAL WOOD­EN­BOAT SHOW

high­lights more than 100 tra­di­tional clas­sic and con­tem­po­rary wooden boats. Ex­hibits also part of two-day event. Ad­mis­sion good for two days with val­i­da­tion. The Wood­en­Boat Show, an an­nual fes­ti­val cel­e­brat­ing the de­sign and crafts­man­ship of wooden craft, is owned and pro­duced by Wood­en­Boat Pub­li­ca­tions Inc. www.the­wood­en­boat­show.com. This mu­si­cal mas­ter­piece, which brought us the enor­mously pop­u­lar hit “The Im­pos­si­ble Dream,” is a mu­si­cal within a play in which Miguel de Cer­vantes has been im­pris­oned by the Span­ish In­qui­si­tion. Theatre By The Sea, 364 Cards Pound Road, Matunuck, RI. 401-782-8587 or www.the­atre­bythe­sea.com.

Boom­ing can­nons, sparkling fire­works, clang­ing church bells and the sound of 190 singers and 60 or­ches­tral mu­si­cians with The Bos­ton Fes­ti­val Orches­tra at Wil­cox Park, Westerly. 6:30 p.m. preshow, 8 p.m. show. Free. Rain dates, June 26-27. www.cho­ru­sofwest­erly.org or 401-596-8663.

Hy­gienic Art Gal­leries & Art Park, Bank Street, New Lon­don. 860-443-8001 or hy­gienic.ning.com. Florence Gris­wold Mu­seum, 96 Lyme St., Old Lyme, is one of 14 dis­tinc­tive his­toric sites and gar­dens across the state. One day a year each site cel­e­brates Connecticut’s places of beauty with spe­cial ac­tiv­i­ties and events. www.cthis­toric­gar­dens.org. Hark­ness Me­mo­rial State Park, Wa­ter­ford. Tours and talks about the his­tory, and Beatrix Far­rand de­sign, of the gar­dens by Friends of Hark­ness vol­un­teers and park staff. Noon to 4 p.m. Man­sion tours, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. www.cthis­toric­gar­dens.org. The for­mal parterre gar­den at Rose­land Cot­tage, Wood­stock. 1 to 4 p.m. www.his­toricneweng­land. com or 860-928-4074.

A week­end cel­e­brat­ing New Lon­don’s light­house her­itage at the Cus­tom House Mar­itime Mu­seum, 150 Bank St., New Lon­don. www.nl­mar­itime­so­ci­ety.org.

1 THROUGH SEPT. 18 “AMER­I­CAN LAND­SCAPES: TREA­SURES FROM THE PAR­RISH ART MU­SEUM”

at Florence Gris­wold Mu­seum, 96 Lyme St., Old Lyme. Ex­hi­bi­tion show­cases 41 works from the Par­rish’s col­lec­tion of Amer­i­can land­scape paint­ings, which traces the evo­lu­tion of Amer­i­can art from land­scape tra­di­tion to Euro­pean mod­ernism. www.flo­rencegris­woldmu­seum.org or 860-434-5542.

Kim Abra­ham, Adam Cam­pos and Troy Zaushny. Hy­gienic Art Gal­leries & Art Park, Bank Street, New Lon­don. 860-443-8001 or hy­gienic.ning.com.

4 IN­DE­PEN­DENCE DAY CEL­E­BRA­TION

Noon­time pic­nic, games and cer­e­mony at Mys­tic Sea­port, 75 Green­manville Ave., Mys­tic. Cel­e­bra­tion and ac­tiv­i­ties in­cluded in ad­mis­sion. Food costs ex­tra. 860-572-0711 or www.mys­tic­sea­port.org.

4 FIRE­WORKS IN MISQUAM­I­CUT

4 WILI BOOM BOX PA­RADE

at Wuske­nau Town Beach. Vis­i­ble from At­lantic Av­enue. 9 p.m. 401-322-1026.

An­nual In­de­pen­dence Day pro­ces­sion. Main Street, Wil­li­man­tic. 11 a.m. www.wili-am.com or 860-456-1111.

4, 11, 18, 25 MON­DAY NIGHT JAMS

Live bands pre­sented by Town of Westerly Re­cre­ation Depart­ment and MBA. Westerly Town Beach, 337 At­lantic Ave., Misquam­i­cut, RI. 6 to 8 p.m. www.misquam­i­cut.org or 401-348-2597.

6 SILENT AUC­TION

Early bid­ding and gala re­cep­tion, fundraiser for the Artists Co­op­er­a­tive Gallery of Westerly, 7 Canal St., Westerly. 5 to 8 p.m. www.west­erl­yarts.com or 401-596-2221.

6, 13, 20, 27 BLUES ON THE BEACH

Live bands at Westerly Town Beach, 337 At­lantic Ave., Misquam­i­cut, R.I. 6 p.m. 401-348-2597 or www.blueson­the­beachri.com.

6, 13, 20, 27 SUM­MER FLICK­ERS

7, 14, 21, 28 CLAS­SIC CAR CRUISE NIGHTS

7, 14, 21, 28 MISQUAM­I­CUT DRIVE-IN MOVIE

7, 21 COCK­TAILS WITH THE WHALES

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9 MA­HOGANY MEM­O­RIES

9-10 HY­GIENIC FINE CRAFTS FAIR

9-23 ARTIST’S CHOICE

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15 SQUARE DANCES

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SAIL­FEST

RIVERFIRES 16-17 14TH AN­NUAL WINE AND FOOD FES­TI­VAL

movie se­ries. 8 p.m. Hy­gienic Art Gal­leries & Art Park, Bank Street, New Lon­don. 860-443-8001 or hy­gienic.ning.com. Mu­sic by WBLQ Oldies DJ JJ MacDade. Wind­jam­mer East Park­ing Lot, 321 At­lantic Ave., Misquam­i­cut, R.I. 5:30 p.m. to dusk. 401-322-1026 or www.misquam­i­cut.org. Clas­sic movies such as “Jaws,” “Star Wars” and “The Blob.” Wuske­nau Town Beach Pond­side Lot, 316 At­lantic Ave., Misquam­i­cut, RI. 8:30 p.m. $5, per car. www.misquam­i­cut.org or 401-322-1026.

at Mys­tic Aquar­ium, 55 Coogan Blvd., Mys­tic. Drinks and food by Ocean Blue Cater­ing, live mu­sic in front of the out­door Arc­tic Coast’s three 20-foot un­der­wa­ter view­ing win­dows. Drink spe­cials and hors d’oeu­vres avail­able for pur­chase. 860-572-5955 or www.mys­ti­caquar­ium.org.

Fire­works dis­play, amuse­ment rides, free en­ter­tain­ment, Tall Ship and more than 200 ven­dors lin­ing the streets of down­town New Lon­don. Also three stages for mu­sic. Fire­works spon­sored by the Mashan­tucket Pe­quot Tribal Nation. www.sail­fest.org.

The South­ern New Eng­land Chap­ter of The An­tique and Clas­sic Boat So­ci­ety presents clas­sic wooden and fiber­glass boats from the last cen­tury. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Free. Connecticut River Mu­seum, 67 Main St., Es­sex. 860-767-8269 or www.ctriver­mu­seum.org.

Hy­gienic Art Gal­leries & Art Park, Bank Street, New Lon­don. 860-443-8001 or hy­gienic.ning.com.

at the Artists Co­op­er­a­tive Gallery of Westerly, 7 Canal St., Westerly. Artists will show their fa­vorite works. www.west­erl­yarts.com or 401-596-2221.

“THE TEM­PEST”

in Wil­cox Park, down­town Westerly. Pre­sented by the Colo­nial Theatre. Tues­day through Sun­day, 8 p.m., free, tax-de­ductible do­na­tions ac­cepted.

at Blue Slope Coun­try Mu­seum, 138 Blue Hill Road, Franklin. 7:30 p.m. 860-642-6413 or www.blues­lope.com.

at Ro­tary Park, Put­nam. Fires on the wa­ter are lit at dusk and burn for two hours ac­com­pa­nied by an eclec­tic mix of mu­sic. www.winyra­dio.com.

at Ston­ing­ton Vine­yards, 523 Taug­wonk Road. Food, ven­dors, wine cel­lar tours. Mu­sic by Dan Stevens and the Fiery Band. 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., rain or shine. 860-535-1222 or www.ston­ing­ton­vine­yards.com.

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