Scary Flick: Rogers Free Library kicks off its series Hitchcock Wednesday nights on Sept. 4 at 7 p.m. with a showing of — appropriately enough — the film Hitchcock. Peter Weldy hosts the presentations, which also include Mud on Sept. 11; 42 on Sept. 18; Admission on Oct. 2 and Amour on Oct. 9. Free.
Open Air Art: The Paint Bristol group sets up their easels for a plein air art eventon Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Don't know what that means? Simply put, the artists will create new works featuring scenes of Bristol on Saturday, then put their work up for display and sale on Sunday at Linden Place. A unique chance to get some unique art. Want to join the group? Email: email@example.com
They're the Prey: The Audubon Environmental Education Center in Bristol is hosting Raptor Weekend on Sept. 7 and 8, including live flight presentations, educational programs, and events for all ages. $12 for adults/$6 for kids. Member discounts, two-day passes, and family four-packs available. Find: Audubon Center in Bristol.
Still Operating: East Bay Newspapers reported late last week that Prudence Island Ferry Inc. will still operate its routefrom the Bristol dock for the time being. Owner Bruce Medley announced his retirement after Rep. Ray Gallison proposed the creation of a state authority to oversee the operation. Though Gallison withdrew the bill, Medley's plans seem to be vague, according to local officials.