Disney Days single day workshop: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Stadium Theatre, 28 Monument Square, Main Street, Woonsocket. Stephanie Witz will lead the class with lessons in acting, dancing and singing. Admission is $60 at stadiumtheatre.com.
“Times are Tough” Gallery reception: 1 to 7 p.m. at DeBlois Gallery, 134 Aquidneck Ave., Middletown. Featured artists will be Pia Hogue, Ryan Miller, Eillen Pollina, Dan Blakeslee, Rich Ferreira, Tiffany Pica, Molly Sexton and Emily Riskalla. The show will be on display through Feb. 28. For information, visit debloisgallery.com.
“Times are Tough Gallery” gallery night: 5 to 8 p.m. at DeBlois Gallery, 134 Aquidneck Ave., Middletown. The fine art and craft venue features colorfully painted molted horseshoe crab shells, fish prints, painted stones, nautical prints, seashell earrings, watercolor paintings, edible art and metal bracelets. The show will be on display through Feb. 28.
Through March 7
“Private Visions, Public Ideals – The Legacy of Howard Ben Tre” exhibition: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesdays through Sundays at the WaterFire Arts Center, 475 Valley St., Providence. The exhibition honors Howard Ben Tre, who is internationally recognized for sculptures and large-scale works of art for public and private spaces. For information, waterfire.org.
Providence Walking Tours: 10 a.m. to noon Saturdays departing from Experience Rhode Island Tour booth, 1 Eddy St., Providence. The two-mile stroll will feature a tour guide with information on local history, architecture and parks. The cost is $25 per person with discounts available. To book a tour, visit experienceri.com/walking-tour.
Sunday Morning Bird Walks with Audubon: 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. at the Audubon Nature Center and Aquarium, 1401 Hope St., Bristol. Lauren Parmelee, Audubon senior director of education, will lead a walk on the grounds of the center. Participants are encouraged to dress warmly and bring binoculars and a field guide if they have them. The cost is $5 for Audubon Society members and $7 for nonmembers. Register at asri.org.
Providence Flea: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sundays through May 23 at Farm Fresh RI Market Hall, 10 Sims Ave., Providence. The market adheres to a strict COVID-19 control plan that follows state guidelines for retail operations. For more information: providenceflea.com.
Ann Patchett in conversation with Patrick Ryan: 4:30 p.m. online via The Providence Athenaeum. Part of the Ex Libris series. Register at eventbrite.com/e/ex-libris-ann-patchett-registration-133004384695.
Performance workshop with Noa Kageyama: 2 p.m. online via Brown University. The free event will be a mental skills workshop with performance psychologist Noa Kageyama, focusing on the two causes of “choking” under pressure and three ways to prevent it from happening. To attend, visit brown.zoom.us/j/96866765260.
Valley Talk series lecture: 1 p.m. on Zoom via the Museum of Work & Culture. Filmmaker Christian de Rezendes will screen a piece of the in-progress “Slatersville: America’s First Mill Village,” which will focus on the man who purchased the Slatersville mill and village in 1915. To register: rihs.org/events.
Newport String Project concert: 2 p.m. on YouTube. Newport String Project will present its second concert in the “Hidden Newport” series from the Belmont Chapel. To view the concert, visit bit.ly/3iXNnDz.
“Utilizing Alternative Methods to Market and Promote Your Company Virtually” workshop: 10 a.m. on Zoom via The Rhode Island Manufacturers Association, Industrial Marketing, The Job Shop Co. and Design-2-Part Graphics. The event will cover alternative methods of marketing and how to promote a company during the pandemic and information on the restrictions of COVID-19 relative to selling and marketing a company to increase revenue. Cost is free to RIMA members or $25 for nonmembers. To register: rimanufacturers.com/events.
2021 Seaman Lecture on Disability: Noon online via Brown University. Haben Girma will be the guest speaker on “Disability & Innovation: The Universal Benefits of Inclusive Design.” Registration is required at habengirma.eventbrite.com. Registration is required at bit.ly/3jbbn6o.
“Mapping Indigenous Long Island with Shinnecock Artist Jeremy Dennis” presentation: Noon online via the John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities and Cultural Heritage. Shinnecock tribal member and artist Jeremy Dennis will discuss his landscape photography project titled “On This Site — Indigenous Long Island,” which involves the mapping of sacred, historical, and archaeological Indigenous sites throughout Long Island, New York.
My Living Monument: 5:30 p.m. online via Roger Williams National Memorial. Becci Davis will present on the purpose of monuments, public spaces and how these impact lives today. Participants can learn how to develop imagery that commemorates lives and events important to them. For information, visit nps.gov/rowi or facebook.com/rogerwilliamsnps.
Adult Online Dating: The Ins and Outs: 6 p.m. on Zoom via the Providence Public Library. The workshop, part of the What’s Up Wednesdays virtual learning series, will include a discussion on the various options available, safety and security in online dating, and the basics of setting up an account. Registration is required at provlib.libcal.com/event/7432533.
Mystery author event: 7 p.m. on Zoom via the Barrington Public Library. Mystery authors Edith Maxwell, Linda McHenry, Tonya Price and Sarah Smith will brainstorm on their feet to create a brand-new mystery using suggestions from the audience. Free. Registration is required at barringtonlibrary.org.
Virtual walking tour: 7 p.m. online via the Museum of Work & Culture. The tour will highlight homes in the North End of Woonsocket, beginning with the area’s use as farmland, before making way to homes of wealthy industrialists and eventually a showcase of the work of famed Woonsocket architect, Walter Fontaine. A donation of $5 is suggested. Registration is required at shopmowc.com.
“A Conversation with Dr. Helene D. Gayle”: Noon online via the Brown University School of Public Health. Ashish K. Jha, dean of the Brown University School of Public Health, will engage in a special conversation with Helene D. Gayle, president and CEO of The Chicago Community Trust. Registration is required at bit.ly/3rd1Lec.
D.U.M.E.: 8 p.m. online via AS220. The performance is part of the AS220 Streaming Sessions. Watch at as220.org.
Trinity Repertory Co. The Show Goes On: The Trinity Repertory Co. continuously releases content at trinityrep.com/theshowgoeson including actor clips, scenes and songs from past productions, educational resources and virtual classes.
Providence Children’s Museum: The museum is uploading virtual programming to its YouTube channel at bit.ly/2RlpSI7, including programs such as “Maker Monday,” “Tuney Tuesday” with Rick Morin, “Water Wednesday,” “Try-It Thursday” and “Fiction Friday.”
Storytime online: The Cranston Public Library has uploaded videos of librarians and other library staff, as well as other special guests, reading some of their favorite books, sharing songs and rhymes and more. Videos can be found at facebook.com/cranstonlibrary and on YouTube at bit.ly/3a3P8cl. The library hosts Storytime Online Live! at 10:30 a.m. Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays at the library’s Facebook page.
Roger Williams Education Foundation home curriculum: The Roger Williams Educational Foundation released an at-home curriculum to follow to educate teenagers on Roger Williams. Resources are available at marcwkohler.com/?page_id=1662.
Stages of Freedom: The nonprofit organization Stages of Freedom have launched a site with resources and daily activities for African American kids, teens and their parents at stagesoffreedom.org.
Alzheimer’s Association virtual support groups: Virtual support groups sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Association will include ones for caregivers living at home with their loved one with a diagnosis, caregiver wellness, early stage social engagement, middle stage caregivers, legal and financial questions, and general telephone caregivers. For a complete list of upcoming support groups, or to register for a support group, visit alz.org/ri.
Woonsocket Harris Public Library: The library will upload virtual programming at 4 p.m. weekdays at facebook.com/woonsocketlibrary. Programs will include book talks, stories, crafts and science projects. Programs are also uploaded to Google Classroom using code k7vd2si for stories and 4fuq5bj for crafts for those who don’t use Facebook.
Hands-on History: 10 a.m. uploaded from The Museum of Work & Culture. The program for pre-K students will feature a weekly museum exhibit with registered families receiving all necessary materials in a pre-emailed packet. Activities will teach history through interaction, while reinforcing concepts like colors, shapes, numbers and letters. To register, email [email protected].
Booktalking with Ed & Ms. Gabby: 4 p.m. via the Woonsocket Harris Public Library. Ed and Ms. Gabby talk about popular genre topics including superheroes, zombies, vampires and science fiction for teens and older. Videos will be posted at facebook.com/woonsocketlibrary.
Mindful Mondays: 7 p.m. online via the Cumberland Public Library. Melissa will introduce a new tool to make mindfulness an intuitive practice and will end each session with a short online meditation. Registration is required at cumberlandlibrary.org.
History Homeschool High: 11 a.m. uploaded from The Museum of Work & Culture. The program for teens will feature the opportunity to delve deeper into a different historical topic each week, including immigration, child labor, American identity, and labor unions. Registered participants will receive readings or videos to review in preparation for the educator-led discussions and activities. To register, email [email protected].
Princess and Pirate Stories: 4 p.m. via the Woonsocket Harris Public Library. Princess Snow, The Snow Queen, Pearly the Pirate, Rapunzel, Little Mermaid and Unicorn Princess tell stories and do crafts. Videos will be posted at facebook.com/woonsocketlibrary.
Adult Hip-Hop virtual beginner dance class series: 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Zoom, via the Island Moving Co. The class is specifically designed for beginners focusing on rhythm, body control and coordination while encouraging individual style. To register, visit bit.ly/2A2IWoS.
“Your Half Hour Call with Curt”: 7:30 p.m. online via Trinity Repertory Co. Trinity Rep Artistic Director Curt Columbus and special guests will discuss various topics each week. Past discussions are uploaded to trinityrep.com/shows/theshowgoeson.
Museum of Work & Culture virtual tours: 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Wednesdays online via The Museum of Work & Culture. Admission is free for Rhode Island Historical Society members and $5 per connecting device for nonmembers. Tickets can be purchased at rihs.org/buy-tickets.
Conversations with Ed and Solitaire: 4 p.m. via the Woonsocket Harris Public Library. Genre topics including fantasy, poetry, folk, fairy tales and mythology are covered in conversations. Videos will be posted at facebook.com/woonsocketlibrary.
Adult Ballet virtual beginner dance class series: 7 to 8 p.m. on Zoom, via the Island Moving Co. The class is an introduction to ballet. Students will learn correct posture and alignment for classical ballet, foundation steps and simple combinations. Students should wear comfortable clothing, ballet slippers or socks. To register, visit bit.ly/2A2IWoS.
Rhode Island Civic Chorale & Orchestra concerts: 7 p.m. Wednesdays on Zoom. The event will feature an hour of socializing and singing, with lecture series and guest performances commencing at 8 p.m. Purchase subscriptions at bit.ly/2L59nQ0.
Online book club: 3 p.m. online via the Marian J. Mohr Memorial Library. The book club for ages 8-10 will feature readings of parts of books, displayed on screen when possible, a chance to interact with the moderator and other verified participants. Registration is required by calling 231-4980, ext. 2210.
Make a Craft with Library Staff: 4 p.m. via the Woonsocket Harris Public Library. Library staff members take turns making a craft based on a book or a popular topic. Videos will be posted at facebook.com/woonsocketlibrary.
Adult Tap virtual beginner dance class series: 6:45 to 7:45 p.m. on Zoom, via the Island Moving Co. Attendees will be led through combinations and rhythmic patterns. Students should wear tap shoes or socks. To register, visit bit.ly/2A2IWoS.
STEAM Project with Ms. Gabby and Mr. Chris: 4 p.m. via the Woonsocket Harris Public Library. Ms. Gabby and Ms. Chris will create science-based crafts and activities like bubble challenge, making homemade ice cream and rockets. Videos will be posted at facebook.com/woonsocketlibrary.
Adult Salsa virtual beginner dance class series: 7 to 8 p.m. on Zoom, via the Island Moving Co. Learn basic salsa steps. To register, visit bit.ly/2A2IWoS.