The Fab Three?

By BOB GULLA  |  June 17, 2008

ALLYSEN CALLERY, MARY LOU FERRENTE, GRACE MORRISON, and KIM LAMOTHE play the South Shore Music series on Saturday at the Little Compton Community Center. Admission is $7. Call 401.635.2400. On Saturday at 3 pm at the Courthouse Center For the Arts in West Kingston, the OCEAN STATE CHILDREN’S CHOIR will showcase an original work titled “Sandcastles.” Special guests include Heather Niemi Savage and Mary-Claire Bernard and a speaker from the South County Habitat For Humanity. Tickets are $15 each (two for $25). Call 401.782.1018.

SEXCOFFEE visits Club Hell on Sunday. 3D MYSTERY, BABY BOY H, and IT WAS THE BEST OF TIMES join the fray. The cover is $6 and the all-ages show starts at 8 pm. Go to myspace.com/clubhelllive. On Sunday, the FUNKATRONIC trio with Low B on bass boogies down at the Newport Blues Cafe. Call 401.841.5510.

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