Looking for ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts? We have a few ideas to get your planning started. From restaurants and bars to 5Ks and parades, there’s something for all ages.
Saturday, March 12 – Newport Saint Patrick’s Day Parade
The 60th Annual Newport Saint Patrick’s Day Parade kicks off this Saturday, March 12 at 11AM. It runs from Newport City Hall to Carroll Avenue at Saint Augustin’s Church. The parade lasts about two hours and includes Pipe and Marching Bands, Fife and Drum Corps, Clown and reenactment units, as well as several local, state, and regional organizations.
Saturday, March 12 – Finn’s Harborside St. Patrick’s Day Party
Be prepared to celebrate all day at Finn’s Harborside. Also on Saturday, March 12, the East Greenwich restaurant hosts its annual St. Patrick’s Day Party starting at 11:30AM with great food and drink specials. The Garda Irish Band starts at 4PM in their main lounge and goes ’til close!
Sunday, March 13 – The Friendly Sons of St. Patrick of the Pawtuxet Valley St. Patrick’s Day Parade
The Friendly Sons of St. Patrick of the Pawtuxet Valley holds their 57th St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Sunday, March 13 beginning at 1PM at the West Warwick/Coventry town line on Washington Street and ends at Columbus Circle.
Thursday, March 17 – Trinity Bar’s St. Patrick’s Day Celebration
Trinity Bar in Norton, MA has their St. Patrick’s Day Celebration on Thursday, March 17 opening at 10AM with a special Irish Fare Menu going all day as well as prizes and giveaways. Live Irish Music starts at 3PM and their “After School Special” begins at 7PM.
Saturday, March 19 – Guiness St. Pat’s 5k & Providence St. Patrick’s Day Parade
It’s that time of year again! On Saturday, March 19, the Guinness St. Pat’s 5k begins at the Rhode Island Statehouse at 11AM. The Providence St. Patrick’s Day Parade kicks off an hour later at noon at the same location.
Sunday, March 20 – Nissan Village St. Patrick’s Day Road Race
On Sunday, March 20, Nissan Village Hosts their 4th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Road Race beginning at North Attleboro’s Hockomock Area YMCA at 10AM. The 3.6 mile run raises money for the YMCA’s Reach Out for Youth and Families Campaign.
Saturday, March 26 – Guinness Shamrock Shuffle 5k
Finish off the St. Patty’s Day celebration with North Kingstown’s Guinness Shamrock Shuffle 5k on Saturday, March 26. The race begins at 10AM starts and finishes at NK High School.
Residential Properties Ltd. is proud to announce the sale of 103-111 Bellevue Avenue and Prospect Hill Street Parking Lot in Newport for $2.905 million. Sally Lapides, President & CEO of Residential Properties Ltd, alongside Peter M. Scotti represented the seller, while Cathy Singer of RPL’s Providence office represented the buyer.
Built circa 1900, the property is located on Bellevue Avenue – a historic street comprised of two-and-a-half miles of beautiful shops, restaurants, and mansions. The building itself is a three story wood frame structure with 12 residential units and four commercial units–including two restaurants and a pair of shops.
The well-maintained 4,300 square foot parking lot on Prospect Hill Street was also included in the transaction.
Singer is a multi-million dollar producer affiliated with the Providence office for over 20 years, while Lapides is the President, CEO, and Founder of Residential Properties Ltd, which is celebrating its 35th year in business this November.
For more information on Sally Lapides, Cathy Singer, and any of our current listings, please visit ResidentialProperties.com.
It’s the season of giving and Residential Properties Ltd. is doing its part to give back to Rhode Island communities in need. Each year, throughout our five offices statewide, we participate in various charities to help fellow Rhode Islanders prepare for the holidays.
Our Cumberland office, led by Manager Holly Applegate, recently visited the Boys and Girls Club of Cumberland and Lincoln to assist with their current renovations by painting the Teen Room. They also collected food, clothing, and toys for Cumberland’s Happy Basket Program – designed to aide those in need throughout Cumberland in time for the holidays.
Every year, the Providence office participates in the Salvation Army’s Adopt-A-Family program. 2015 was a big year for the Providence team, as they were able to provide all the gifts on each wish list, while also giving each family a $200 gift card for additional shopping. All together, they raised $1,300 – a new record for the office.
Our East Greenwich office members did their part by contributing to Operation Holiday Cheer, where they donated items to the East Greenwich Chamber for the RI troops serving our country. Donations were also made to the Amos House in Providence, an organization that “provides hospitality and direct services to the homeless and poor of Rhode Island.” They also collaborate with other agencies to address issues like hunger, homelessness, and poverty.
This year, the Narragansett office made a monetary donation to the Johnny Cake Center, whose mission is to improve the quality of life for individuals and families by assisting with food, clothing, and household items. Their goal is to eliminate hunger in Rhode Island.
In Barrington, they adopted three families from the East Bay Women’s Resource Center – an agency dedicated to domestic violence prevention–with a total of nine children. For the entire month of December, the office also had two food donation bins: one to benefit the RI Community Food Bank and the other for TAP-IN (Touch A Person In Need) that aids families in the East Bay with food, household items, clothing, and more.
Learn more about giving back to our community this holiday season (and any time of year really!) by visiting ServeRhodeIsland.org.