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June 26th, 2017
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Bristol may host America’s oldest 4th of July celebration, but there are plenty of opportunities this weekend to celebrate Independence Day! Watch post-game fireworks at McCoy stadium, or attend a parade in Chepachet. Check out our list of activities to see which patriotic event(s) you will be attending this year!

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Saturday, July 1

Event: North Kingstown Fireworks
Location: North Kingstown Town Beach
Time: 9:00 – 10:00pm fireworks

Event: Patriotic Post-Game Fireworks
Location: McCoy Stadium
Time: 6:05pm game/9:30pm fireworks

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Sunday, July 2

Event: Patriotic Post-Game Fireworks
Location: McCoy Stadium
Time: 6:05pm game/9:30pm fireworks

Event: Block Island Fireworks
Location: Crescent Beach/Town Beach Pavilion, 7 Corn Neck Rd
Time: 7:30pm music/9:00pm fireworks

Event: Jamestown Fireworks
Location: East Ferry Beach
Time: 7:30pm music/9:00pm fireworks

Event: 91st Annual Ancients & Horribles Parade
Location: Main Street, Chepachet
Time: 4:00pm

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Monday, July 3

Event: Patriotic Post-Game Fireworks
Location: McCoy Stadium
Time: 6:05pm game/9:30pm fireworks

Event: East Providence Fireworks
Location: Pierce Memorial Stadium
Time: 6:00pm food, concessions, and free concert featuring Kicking Hole & Crushed Velvet/9:00pm fireworks

Event: Cumberland Fireworks
Location: Tucker Field
Time: 5:00 – 9:00pm food truck rally/6:30pm Kings Row entertainment/ 9:00pm fireworks

Event: North Providence Fireworks
Location: Governor John A. Notte Jr. Park
Time: 6:00 – 9:00pm entertainment and food court/9:00 pm fireworks

Event: Scituate Fireworks
Location: Hope Jackson Fire Station
Time: 9:00 PM

Event: Warwick Fireworks
Location: Oakland Beach Seawall
Time: 9:00pm

Event: Bristol Fireworks
Location: Bristol Harbor
Time: 9:00pm

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Tuesday, July 4

Event: Block Island Annual July 4th Parade
Location: Legion Park – Water Street
Time: 11am – 1pm

Event: Block Island Annual Steak Fry
Location: Fire Barn
Time: 12:30 – 3:30pm

Event: 232nd Patriotic Exercises
Location: Colt Memorial School
Time: 8:30am

Event: Bristol’s Annual Fourth of July Celebration
Location: the corner of Chestnut Street and Hope Street (Rt. 114) – High Street, between State Street and Bradford Street
Time: 10:30am

Event: 4th of July Independence Day Beach Party
Location: Narragansett Town Beach
Time: 5:00 – 7:00pm entertainment by Brass Force/fireworks at dusk

Event: Misquamicut Beach 4th of July Fireworks
Location: Misquamicut State Beach
Time: 9:00pm

Event: Newport 4th of July Fireworks Display
Location: Newport Harbor
Time: 9:15pm

Event: Rose Island Annual 4th of July Barbecue
Location: Rose Island, Newport RI
Time: 5:30 – 10:30pm
Tickets: $80 for Lighthouse members, $90 for non-members which includes transportation to the island, $35 for children ages 6 – 12, children 5 and under are free

January 26th, 2017
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21st Annual WINEterfest / eventbrite

 

If you’re looking for great Valentine’s Day plans, you don’t have to look very far. Travel + Leisure magazine recently released a list of the 20 most romantic cities in the country with our Creative Capital landing at number 12. With a capital city rich with history, culture, entertainment, fine dining, and the arts – there is plenty to do in Providence and throughout the state to celebrate Valentine’s Day. There are also a few family-friendly activities as well for those of you with kids to entertain.

 

Free Family Fun Day – Audubon Environmental Education Center, Bristol – Saturday, February 4 @ 9am-5pm

Learn more about our feathered friends and do some fun crafts too! Families can make a bird-seed valentine, create an eco-friendly bird feeder, and get up-close and personal with an owl. No registration required – just show up! More info here.

 

Dinner for Two (or more!) – Simone’s Restaurant, Warren – Monday, February 6 @ 6:30pm

Spend an evening with celebrated New England chef Joe Simone where he’ll teach you to cook for your Valentine. Participants will learn to make crackers with grated beets and goat cheese, crabmeat and avocado salad with horseradish and crème fraîche, sustainably raised veal stew with hot buttered spaetzle, and baked-to-order chocolate pudding. The event is $60 and includes demonstration, recipes, tastes, and wine.

 

The Caribbean Soul Duo in concert – Weaver Library, East Providence – Monday, February 6 @ 7-8pm

We all could use a little escape from the winter weather. This free event is perfect for your Valentine – even if it’s a few days early! The Caribbean Soul Duo will play R&B, jazz, soul, reggae, pop, and soca.

 

Heart Smart – Providence Children’s Museum, Providence – Saturday, February 11 & Sunday, February 12 @ 11am-2pm

The Providence Children’s Museum wants you to celebrate Valentine’s Day with some heart healthy fun. Kids test their heart rates, learn all about the heart, and more! This event is recommended for kids ages five and up. Admission is $9 and free for babies under 12 months and Museum Members.

 

5th Annual Frostbite Bash – Herreshoff Marine Museum, Bristol – Saturday, February 11 @ 6:30-11pm

Dance the night away to live music in the historic Hall of Boats at the Frostbite Bash! The party includes full open bars, food tastings, a silent auction, and photo booth. Tickets start at $65 and can be purchased on the event website.

 

Aurea Presents: Liebeslied/Love Song – St. Martin’s Episcopal Church, Providence, Saturday, February 11 @ 7-9:30pm

Spend a romantic, intimate evening at this “rare gem” from Aurea, only once performed in 2011. This performance draws from songs, chamber music, and letters from Clara & Robert Schumann. General admission tickets are $30 and can be purchased here.

 

Dinner with the Queen of Hearts – REVEL factory, Pawtucket – Saturday, February 11 @ 8-10:30pm

Want to do something different to celebrate Valentine’s Day? Treat your Valentine like royalty! This seated immersive theater experience by TEN31 Productions is an elegant three course dinner with delicious food and wine pairings by Russell Morin Catering & Events. Tickets start at $100 and can be purchased on the event website.

 

Valentine’s Day 7-Course Dinner – The Duck and Bunny, Providence – Tuesday, February 14 @ 6/6:30 & 8/8:30 & 10pm

Enjoy seven delicious courses including appetizers, artisanal cheese plates, and desserts. Reservations are required for dinner and are $125 per couple. Dessert starts at 10:30pm and does not require a reservation. For more information, including the sample menu, visit the Duck and Bunny website.

 

Virginia is for Lovers Wine Dinner – The Coast Guard House Restaurant, Narragansett – Friday, February 17

Enjoy a five course menu paired with wine from Barboursville Winery in Virginia. The dinner is $59 per person and reservations are required.

 

21st Annual Wineter Fest – Newport Vineyards, Middletown – Saturday, February 18 & Sunday, February 19 @ 12-5pm

Spend your weekend grape stomping, wine tasting, and enjoying live music at Newport Vineyards. Participants will experience live ice sculpting and Grape Stomp Competitions! For more information and to purchase tickets click here.

December 30th, 2016
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Rhode Island’s Creative Capital made it to Travel + Leisure’s “America’s Best Cities for New Year’s Eve” list, making it one of the hottest spots in New England to welcome 2017. Whether it’s dancing the night away, enjoying awesome food, or going for a swim, Rhode Island has several ways to say farewell to 2016 and hello to 2017 – even if you’ve procrastinated on making plans.

 

ONE Providence New Year’s Eve Ball – Rhode Island Convention Center – Saturday, Dec 31 @ 9pm

Celebrate New Year’s Eve like royalty in the Creative Capital at the 2nd Annual ONE Providence New Year’s Eve Ball. Between 9PM-2AM guests will enjoy live music, dancing, food, beverages, and surprise performances throughout the night. More information and tickets can be found here.

NEW YEAR’S EVE – Julie Rhodes, Arc Iris, She Keeps Bees, Last Good Tooth – Columbus Theatre – Saturday, Dec 31 @ 9pm

Not too into the party scene? Check out some great live music at the Columbus Theater featuring Julie Rhodes, Arc Iris, She Keeps Bees, and Last Good Tooth. For more information on the bands and to purchase tickets, click here.

Hangover Classic 5 Mile Road Race – Bristol – Sunday, Jan 1 @ 10:30am

Run off your hangover at this Rhode Island New Year’s Day tradition! The Hangover Classic is a classic style road race that goes through Colt State Park and Poppasquash Road. The race course is open for 1 hour and 15 minutes and ends at Agave restaurant with an all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet. Find more information including registration here.

Polar Plunge – Several Locations in RI – Sunday, Jan 1

What better way to ring in the New Year than to take a frigid dip in the ocean? The Polar Plunge is actually a very popular event in RI, attracting thousands of spectators and participants! One of the more popular plunges is at Easton’s Beach in Newport that begins at noon. The Newport Polar Bear Plunge is a fundraiser for the Rhode Island-based organization A Wish Come True which grants wishes to children in RI and nearby MA with cancer and other serious illnesses.

Similar events to check out: 41st Annual Penguin Plunge, Block Island Polar Plunge6th Annual RI CAN Polar Plunge

Salute to Vienna New Year’s Concert – The Vets – Sunday, Jan 1 @ 2pm

For the second year in a row, The Vets is hosting a Salute to Vienna New Year’s Concert featuring performances by the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra, acclaimed European singers, ballet and ballroom dancers. For more information click here.