The show “will highlight some of Christine’s fondest memories of vistas between Plum Island and Paris capturing the illusive light of the day throughout the seasons.” The public can visit with Johnson during an opening reception on Friday, Oct. 26, from 7 to 9 p.m.
Ramseur exhibits at Provident Bank
Pastel artist Michael Ramseur will hang a new show, “From the Mills to the Madhouse,” at the Provident Bank in Amesbury as part of its Lobby for the Arts program. The Amesbury resident has been painting for more than 35 years.
His show will run through December at the branch at 5 Market St. in Amesbury. An opening reception with Ramseur will be held on Oct. 25 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the bank.
Mystix plays at Blue Ocean
The Boston Roots ensemble, Mystix, will stop into Salisbury’s Blue Ocean Music Hall at the end of this month.
Several guests will join the group during the show, which begins at 8 p.m. on Oct. 27, including blues harpist Jerry Portnoy and guitarist Ricky “King” Russell.
Newburyport’s own alt-country Americana band, Liz Frame & The Kickers, will open the show.
Blue Ocean Music Hall is located at 4 Oceanfront North in Salisbury. Admission is $25. To order tickets, visit www.blueoceanmusichall.com or call 978-462-5888.
Triton is Haunted’ next Saturday
Triton will have an eerie feel on Saturday, Oct. 27 — but it’s OK. It’s all part of a fundraiser to support the regional school district’s new stadium.
The Triton Regional School PTAs and Team Triton are collaborating on the program at Triton Regional High and Middle schools. Festivities will include a bouncy house, dunk tank, pony rides and hay rides as well as a Horribles Parade offered outdoors.
Indoors, the fun continues with a costume contest, sack races and trick-or-treating.
Triton is Haunted begins at 3 p.m. A costume parade led by members of the Triton High School Marching Band starts at 4 p.m. Proceeds will support the new stadium, which will begin construction next spring.
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