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UPCOMING EVENTS

 

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William Shakespeare’s “As You Like It” presented by TASM campers.
Friday, August 11 & Saturday, August 12 at 7 pm.

Christina Johnston is the director, and Jessica Reeg is the assistant director. Design by Patrick Grimes. Choreography by Nicole Chagnon.  The performances will take place in the Hill House Arts and Athletics Center on the St. Michael’s Country Day School campus at 180 Rhode Island Ave., Newport. For more in- formation, call 401-849-5970 x 411.

Navy Band Northeast Ensemble
6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Led by its Director, Lieutenant Joel Borrelli-Boudreau, the 30-member Pops Ensemble performs traditional works for concert band while raising public awareness of the Navy and the importance of naval service. The Pops Ensemble regularly features vocalists who perform patriotic classics, operatic arias, and Broadway showstoppers. The ensemble seeks to delight and unite audiences of children, students, adults, and especially U.S. Military Veterans. The concert free and open to the public.

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Navy Band Northeast Ensemble Performance


Navy Band Northeast (NBNE) will hold its third annual Alumni Concert at St. Michael’s Country Day School in Newport on August 17 at 6pm. Led by its Director, Lieutenant Joel Borrelli-Boudreau, the alumni-augmented NBNE Pops Ensemble will perform traditional works  Read More »


TASM presents Shakespeare's "As You Like It"


Theatre at St. Michael’s is proud to present the final performance of the summer, “As You Like It” on Friday, August 11th and Saturday, August 12th at 7:00.  This performance will feature actors ages 9 – 15, who have spent  Read More »


TASM presents "Showdown!" an original musical


Theatre at St. Michael’s is proud to present an original musical entitled “Showdown!“ on Friday, July 28th and Saturday, July 29th at 7:00.  This performance will feature actors ages 9 – 15, who have spent the past three weeks writing and rehearsing a  Read More »


TASM presents King Lear


Theatre at St. Michael’s is proud to present William Shakespeare’s intense and tragic classic, “King Lear” on Friday, July 14th and Saturday, July 15th at 7:00. This performance will feature actors ages 13 – 18, who have been intensively studying the play  Read More »


Early Childhood Graduation


Congratulations to our Early Childhood graduates! Kindergarten students each shared something they loved about this past year and will surely take these memories on to 1st grade, where they will join the other lower school students in the Mason House.  Read More »


Mammal Research in Grade 1


During the month of May, the first grade students learned about six animal groups: birds, reptiles, fish, insects, amphibians and mammals. After learning about each group’s unique characteristics, predators and habitats, the information they learned gave the children background knowledge  Read More »


Kindergarten visits Fessor's Pond


Kindergarten is studying the pond habitat and life cycle of a frog. This week we traveled to Fessor’s Pond in Bristol to experience the habitat and search for creatures. We were hosted once again this year by Shawen Williams whose  Read More »


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