We invite you to discover the unique and spectacular settings for your wedding offered in the FarmCoast villages, of Tiverton Little Compton, Westport and South Dartmouth. Conveniently located within a one-hour’s drive of Boston, Providence, Newport, and the towns of Southeastern Massachusetts; FarmCoast New England is one of the most intimate wedding locations and one of New England’s best-kept secrets.
Come join us Saturday March 7, 2015 at The Meeting House in Historical Tiverton Four Corners, to experience everything FarmCoast has to offer for your big day. Enjoy live music, sample local farm to table catering, while meeting florists, photographers and planners for your wedding.
Where: the Meeting House
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Free and Open to the Public
When: Sunday, March 15th 2015 @ 2:00pm
Where: at the Meeting House
The Four Corners Arts Center is pleased to present “The Greybeards”. On Sunday March 15th 2:00 p.m. at The Meeting House.
The concert will include music from around Europe composed by Blavet, Handel, Telemann, CPE Bach, and Le Clair. Admission $ 15 in advance online or $20 at the door.
The Greybeards have been performing together since 2010. Their first concert together was at the Meeting House and titled “Three Greybeards at the Court of King Frederic the Great”. Since then they have enjoyed performing together often. They also enjoy relaxing after rehearsals with a scotch.
When: Saturday May 23th 10am-4pm
Raindate May 24th
Where: On the Lawn of the Soule-Seabury House
Local Vendors with herbs, annuals, perennials, hand crafted garden furniture, lavender products, jams & jellies, raised beds, body care products, art for the garden and much more!
When: Saturday, July 4, 2015 9am-4pm
Where: @ the Meeting House
Tickets: $7 at door, with ad $6
Ferguson and D’Arruda have been in the antiques business for thirty years starting with a small shop in Adamsville. They now manage antique shows all over Rhode Island and we are proud to have them on the grounds of the Meeting House every summer.
For More Information Visit: www.ferguson-darruda.com
Where: @ the Mill Pond in Four Corners
The 28th annual Arts and Artisan Festival located in historic Tiverton Four Corners will be held on Saturday, July 18th 10am – 4pm. The rain date is Sunday, July 19th. The festival hosts 60 to 100 unique artists ranging in medium and style from all over New England. The festival also has live entertainment throughout the day by local musicians, food trucks to fill your bellies and beverages to wet your whistle.
This is going to be an amazing day, we look forward to seeing you there!
For more information and for a vendor application please visit artsandartisanfestival.com
When: July 25th & 26th 2015
Where: on the Lawn of the Soule Seabury House in Four CornersThe Cultural Survival Bazaars are a series of cultural festivals that give Indigenous artists, their representatives, and fair trade companies from around the world the chance to sell their work directly to the American public. They also expose over 35,000 Americans each year to Indigenous art, music, and culture, while giving visitors a chance to talk with Indigenous artists directly.
In the past seven years alone the bazaars have generated over $3 million for indigenous artisans, fair trade businesses, indigenous communities’ programs, and Cultural Survival’s work on behalf of indigenous peoples..
Every year, hundreds of artists and their representatives sell traditional crafts, artwork, clothing, jewelry, carpets, and accessories.
The bazaars also offer a wide assortment of cultural performances, which include live music from around the world, Native American storytelling, cultural presentations, craft-making demonstrations, short films, and much more.