Friday, January 25, 2013
More than 60 pupils at Primrose Hill School will perform in the Arts Alive! adaptation of the Disney movie based on the Rudyard Kipling classic.
Be aware of "The Jungle Book" this weekend. Students at Primrose Hill School will present three performances of Disney’s "The Jungle Book" tonight at 7 pm and Saturday at 1 and 7 pm at the Barrington Middle School. The shows open the 2013 Arts Alive! season. More than 60 first- to third-graders make up the cast. Expect plenty of surprises in the Indian jungle with characters such as Mowgli, Baloo and Bagheera from the Rudyard Kipling book. The performances are actually being adapted from the Disney movie, with permission from Musical Theatre International. "This production is packed with many recognizable songs and is sure to entertain and inspire," said Kirsten Davis of Arts Alive!. Arts Alive! co-founder Dena Davis is the director. She…
Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Primrose Hill School pupils present this adaptation of the Kipling novel and the Disney movie next weekend, Jan. 25-26.
Primrose Hill School will open the 2013 season of Arts Alive in Barrington with three performances of Disney’s "The Jungle Book" on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 25-26. Over 60 first- to third-grade pupils are ready to hit the stage. All shows take place at the Barrington Middle School auditorium, 261 Middle Highway. "The audience should be ready for plenty of surprises as they journey through the Indian Jungle and meet many well-loved characters like Mowgli, Baloo and Bagheera and a few unexpected appearances from the likes of King Louie and his Bollywood Monkeys and a 12 foot Python named Kaa," according to Kirsten Davis of Arts Alive!. The performances are being adapted from the Rudyard Kipling novel and the Disney movie, with permission…
Monday, October 29, 2012
The Primrose Hill School is opened by RIEMA as a Red Cross-operated shelter.
An emergency shelter for anyone who has to evacuate their homes has been opened at Primrose Hill School in Barrington. The Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency (RIEMA) announced that the shelter is open to all Rhode Islanders who may need to evacuate. It was scheduled to open at 7 pm Sunday, Oct. 28. Other shelters opened by RIEMA:
Friday, October 26, 2012
The Primrose Hill School PTO in Barrington holds another stroll through hundreds of carved pumpkins in the fields around the school on Middle Highway.
Hundreds of carved pumpkins await you. It's another “Spooky Pumpkin Stroll” at Primrose Hill School in Barrington. It runs tonight, Oct. 27, from 6:30 to 9 pm. Wear a costume. The pumpkins will be spread out across the playing fields outside the school on Middle Highway. “Last year, we had over 1,000 people come and over 400 pumpkins on display,” said Andrea Carlotto of the PTO. A hayride, a "bootique," a witches cauldron and plenty of other family-friendly activities and treats, including pumpkin doughnuts, popcorn and hot chocolate, will be on hand as well, she said. Rain is not forecast, but if does shower, the event moves to Saturday evening, Oct. 27.
Monday, October 22, 2012
Primrose Hill School in Barrington will put hundreds of carved pumpkins on display on Friday evening, Oct. 27.
Take another “Spooky Pumpkin Stroll” at Primrose Hill School in Barrington on Friday evening, Oct. 27. Kids in costume, if you want. Hundreds of carved pumpkins will be spread out across the playing fields outside the school on Middle Highway from 6:30 to 9 pm. It’s a PTO fundraiser. “Last year, we had over 1,000 people come and over 400 pumpkins on display,” said Andrea Carlotto of the PTO. There also will be a hayride by Four Town Farm for a $1 donation, and there will be other family-friendly activities and plenty of treats, including pumpkin doughnuts, popcorn and hot chocolate, she said. “We will have a bootique,” she said. “And you can try your hand at the witches cauldron.” There is a rain date, Saturday, Oct. 27, said Carlotto. …
Thursday, January 12, 2012
Jeannie Salomon of Barrington and the East Bay Cultural Society wants to share her experience, insights on China with you after spending a week there in December.
Will education really be the currency of the 21st century? Jeannie Salomon of Barrington thinks so. Listen to the teacher of Chinese yourself on Saturday afternoon, Jan. 14. Salomon recently returned from a trip to China. She will make a presentation on her experiences there at 3 pm in the Riverside library just a few minutes north of the Barrington line at 475 Bullocks Point Ave. Salomon, the founder of the nonprofit Cultural Society of East Bay in Barrington, visited Dalian University of Foreign Languages in Dalian, a city on the Chinese coast, a week before Christmas to take part in a Chinese government-sponsored educational program for teachers of Chinese. She teaches Chinese to students at Primrose Hill School and will be offering …