Here are some things to do in and around Barrington this weekend, Sept. 6-8.
Owls, hawks, and falcons will be featured in live flight presentations during Raptor Weekend at the Audubon Environmental Education Center in Bristol, Sept. 7-8. You can join experts from across the Northeast for the largest celebration of raptors in New England.
The weekend will include a host of educational programs and activities for the whole family.The education center is located at 1401 Hope St. It opens at 10 am each day.
General admission is $12 for adults and $6 for children. A two-day pass is $20 for adults and $10 for children. Family four packs of tickets are available as well. Children under age 3 are admitted for free.
The Class of 1963 at Barrington High School celebrates its 50th reunion with three days of activities starting Friday evening and finishing Sunday morning.
The reunion start at the Wharf Tavern in Warren on Friday at 6:30 pm at the bar area with a "Meet and Greet.” There are several options for Saturday morning and early afternoon (please check the BHS link on Facebook), including golf, shopping, Crescent Park, the Bayside YMCA swimming pool, Colt State Par and Blithewold Gardens in Bristol.
Saturday evening will feature a reunion dinner at Rhode Island Country Club on Nayatt Road. A photographer will take the class picture at 6:45 pm followed by a dinner, lots of conversation and music.
On Sunday morning around 10, you can gather for coffee at the home of Adele Asante Carlson, 81 Cove Ave., Barrington, to end the one in a lifetime weekend.
Does your car need a wash? The St. Luke's Church 2014 Jamaica Youth Missionaries are hosting a car wash on Saturday from 10 am to 1 pm at Center ACE Hardware on County Road. All proceeds will help defray the cost of the February 2014 mission trip to Montego Bay, Jamaica.
The Barrington United Methodist Church hosts “rally Sunday” this weekend starting at 9 am with the worship service.
You can join the congregation as the church commissions its 2013-2014 Sunday school teachers, sings lively music, plays games during Sunday school, and celebrates a new school year after worship with a continental breakfast in its newly revamped playground area.
The Music Program at Barrington Presbyterian Church starts its new season on Sunday.
The program offers musical opportunities to the entire
community. All ages and skill levels are invited to take advantage of choral
and instrumental programs. Membership in the church is not necessary.
Here are the opportunities: Chancel Choir for adults; Youth Choir kids in kindergarten through middle school; Instrumental Music for all ages and Small Ensemble Vocal Music for all ages. Click here for more information.