Weehawken Fall Lineup

At 610 Courtyard. Literary presentation by Amy Irvine and Betsy Gaines Quammen

[San Juan Silver Stage | October 2020 | Trisha Moran 

On October 22, the Sherbino will offer their last outdoor event in the Courtyard at 610, a literary presentation by Amy Irvine and Betsy Gaines Quammen. The writers will present short readings and a discussion on their latest books,​  Air Mail: Letter of Politics, Pandemics, and Place and American Zion: Cliven Bundy, God, & Public Lands in the West. 5:30-6:30 pm. Advance reservations please. Tickets, Details.

Shauna Tewksbury’s exhibit shows through fall.

Inside the 610 Arts Collective, Ridgway-based artist Shauna Tewksbury is exhibiting her newest encaustic body of work, “Love in the Time of Corona”, which will be on display through the fall and is also available to view online at 610arts.com. Te gallery is open Wednesday – Saturday, 10 am – 3 pm and Sunday 10 am – 2 pm. Private viewings can be made by appointment.

While the Sherbino Theater will remain dark most of the winter, there is one special music performance schedule for November 8. Griffin house will be performing live, with 2 seatings available. Both seatings will be socially distanced, with limited seating capacity and masks required. Tickets and information. 

ARTbar: Sunflowers and Wine Sipping. With Anne Hockenberry. Last ARTbar this year.

The Sherbino Theater will also host the final Art Bar of 2020 on October 27. This “paint & sip” format class will feature a colorful sunflower theme with instruction by Anne Hockenberry. 5-6 pm. Sign up here.

Weehawken Royal Actors will end their 2020 season of youth theatre performances with a weekend of “Charlie Brown & Friends” at the Old Firehouse Backyard, with the Sherbino as a weather backup location. Three performances: Saturday Oct. 25, 1 and 3 pm; Sunday, Oct. 26 1pm. Tickets and Information. 

Weehawken and the Sherbino will begin 2021 programs in mid January, and exhibitions in the 610 Arts Collective will resume in February of 2021.