It Came From A Book AHA! Night

    Thu, Sep 12, 2013

    Times: 5-9pm Plus AHA! After 9

    Venue: Downtown New Bedford

    133 William Street, New Bedford, MA 02740

    Contact:

    Keri Cox

    063@mediumstudio.com

    508 264-8004

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    Join us on AHA! Night when Art, History & Architecture come alive in New Bedford! On September 12th we celebrate all things books. With speakings, signings, and sales plus the Big Read, kids activities and tons of new art, you'll want to start early and end late! Highlights include: It Came From The Library! - The Big Read Announcement by Artworks!, Mayor Mitchell and Superintendent Durkin - Open Book Discussion: Ahab's Wife Guided Tours of the Nathan and Polly Johnson House by the New Bedford Historical Society Poetry with Patricia Gomes at the Seamen's Bethel Fun by the Fountain! - Scavenger Hunt with WHALE - Book It with the Way Cool Sunday School - Southcoast Health Van Take the Trolley to the New Bedford Museum of Glass Grand Opening for Subtext Bookshop at Gatlin's Framing & Photography Story Time and Creature Feature at Buzzards Bay Coalition New Look and OneBook with BCC "What's In Ernestina's Library" and Voyage of the Hokulea at New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park Summer Tradition Finale! Centre Street Sessions hosts Sharoni, Lookwood and Langone The Brush Your Teeth band featuring 12 year old Thatcher Harrison at Café Arpeggio Outdoor Movie in Wing's Court hosted by New Bedford Parks, Recreation and Beaches Speakings, Signings and Sales! - Author of children's book Xico at New Bedford Whaling Museum - Authors of A Picture History of New Bedford at Spinner Publications - Books and more with the Working Waterfront Festival - Talks about books and art by John Magnan and Ken Harnett at Duff Gallery - Author and Illustrator of BuLu: The Things in Your Head at Crowell's Fine Art We Art NB! New art and exhibits throughout Downtown including: Fine Arts Faculty Colloquium & Justin Kimball: Pieces of String at UMass Star Store; Collectors 2 at NBAM; Officer Artist Exhibit and Open House at the Downtown Police Station; Public Hanging 24 at Gallery X; Found at Sea: Symbols at UGLYgallery; Daydreaming at Pour Farm; Print Makers of Cape Code at Artworks! Don't forget the fun doesn't end at 9! AHA! partner restaurants are open late serving up live music, food and fun.

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