Join us on Friday, June 16 at 5:30 pm for Bloomsday - a celebration of the anniversary of James Joyce's prolific novel Ulysses. This celebration will include actors and actresses in period costume reading excerpts from the piece, accompanied by musicians.
Free and all are welcome to join in on the festivities.
In honor of George Washington's birthday, on February 22 at 11:30 am the Artillery Company of Newport will be holding a salute on the Redwood lawn by our statue of George Washington. So make sure to drop by for this fun salute to our first president!
The Newport String Project returns to the Redwood Library for a program of masterworks for string quartet by Haydn and Mozart. The event begins at 2:15 pm with Tune In! a pre-concert talk exploring the history and context of the music.
It's Winter Festival! Wear your Festival button and receive 15% off of Redwood merchandise and enjoy a discount on our daily 2:00 pm tour. The daily tour is free for members, but if you are a visitor with a Festival button, you will receive $1 off the $5 price... and will spend a very enjoyable 40 minutes with one of our superb tour guides, learning about the 266-year-old Redwood Library & Athenaeum and seeing some our wonderful treasures!
This month's "Screen and Discuss" Documentary Film selection... Mad Hot Ballroom! Join us in the Harrison Room at 3:00 pm to view this heartwarming tale about a ballroom dance program for fifth graders in the NYC public school system. 105 minutes. Rated PG. Students welcome. Free for members, $10 for non-members, $3 for students. A short discussion will follow the screening. This film is generously sponsored by Horan Building Corporation.
Please join us Sunday, February 16 at 2:00 pm for a winter concert in the historic Harrison Room. The Newport String Project, a chamber music group whose mission is to provide inspiring, accessible musical experiences to Newport, will present a family-friendly concert. Free for members, $5 for non-members. Call 847-0292, ext. 112 to reserve your seat.