Juanito Pascual Trio at The Cabot, Beverly, Massachusetts, on February 14 — Flamenco guitar is undoubtedly among the most romantic and passionate of all musical styles. Celebrate Valentine’s Day with flamenco guitarist Juanito Pascual and his trio, Stan Strickland and Dancer Neli Tirado! The trio will be joined by renowned flamenco dancer Neli Tirado. 8 p.m.
Candlelit Snowshoe Tour at NorthWoods Center, East Charleston, Vermont, on February 14 — Join a beautiful evening snowshoe tour through the candlelit forest with your lovers, friends or family. A warm fire, hot cocoa, cookies and live music by classical guitarist Ben Kinsley will happen at the lodge after the walk. 6-9 p.m.
Newport Winter Festival in Newport, Rhode Island, on February 14-23 — Magic! Festive drinks, both hot and cold! Princess parties and reptile shows. Chili cook-offs and dancing in Margaritaville. Newport’s two-week festival offers tons of fun for all ages. This weekend’s portion brings a Eagles tribute band, kid fun with the Toe Jam Puppet Band and much more, in many locations.
Merrimack River Eagle Festival at Joppa Flats Education Center, Newburyport, Massachusetts, on February 15 — This is a day of indoor and outdoor activities celebrating bald eagles. Visit eagle sighting sites along the Merrimack River, take guided tours, see a raptor show, hear In-the-field wildlife photo tips, coo at live owls, and join in family activities at Drumlin Farm. 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
CatVideoFest at Jane Pickens Theater, Newport, Rhode Island, on February 15-16 — Got cat? The CatVideoFest at the intimate Jane Pickens Theater in the heart of Newport is a compilation reel of the best cat videos to be seen anywhere. It is a communal experience for cat people, available only in theaters. This event also raises money for cats in need. 2 p.m.
Music in the Planetarium at Mystic Seaport Museum, Mystic, Connecticut, on February 14-16 — Come to the Planetarium at Mystic Seaport for a special performance of Résonances Boréales, a dreamy, ethereal piano piece performed by Canadian musician Roman Zavada. The music accompanies a stunning, 360-degree video of the Northern Lights projected onto the dome in the Museum’s Planetarium Theater. 7 p.m.