Residential Properties Ltd. proudly announces the sale of 1330 Narragansett Boulevard for $1,090,000. RPL represented both sides of the deal with Sales Associate Gerri Schiffman as the listing agent and Sales Associate Barbara Dacey as the selling agent.
According to MLS data, this is the second highest single family sale in Cranston this year.
This home was designed by award-winning RISD professor Lane Smith and sits on over an acre of incredible waterfront property along Narragansett Bay. This arts and crafts home features a private beach, boat shed, deep water mooring and a sunny open layout. Hardwood floors stretch across the home including the bright dining room with spectacular water view.
The participating agents, Schiffman and Dacey, are both members of RPL’s Providence office. Learn more about Schiffman and her current listings at GerriSchiffman.com. To find out more about Dacey and her available listings, please visit her bio page at ResidentialProperties.com.
It’s that time of year again! Time to carve some pumpkins, grab some candy, put on a costume and get ready for a ghoulish good time.
Haunted Tunnel, Pawtucket
Head over to Slater Memorial Park for a spooky tour through the Haunted Tunnel running Friday, October 28 and Saturday, October 29 from 6:30-9pm. The Tunnel is recommended for guests 12 and older, while the younger crowd is welcome to the family-friendly Jack-o-Lantern Village happening at the same time. Pre-school children visiting the Village are free!
RI Scarecrow Festival and Oz Fun Run, Johnston
The first annual Rhode Island Scarecrow Festival and Oz Fun Run has something for everyone! Head over to Johnston Memorial Park on Saturday, October 29 for a scarecrow contest, pumpkin racing, a craft fair, a Wizard of Oz themed fun run, and more. Proceeds from the festival will benefit the Dysautonomia Support Network.
Common Burying Ground Tour, Newport
Want to explore a cemetery, but not too interested in going at night? That’s okay, Newport History Tours is hosting a tour of the Common Burying Ground at 11am on Saturday, October 29.
Creepy Critters, Providence
Are most Halloween events too spooky for the little ones? Head over to the Providence Children’s Museum and see their Creepy Critters! Kids will see creepy crawlies and slithering snakes up close. This event is on Saturday, October 29 from 12-2pm.
Horribles Parade, North Kingstown
Time for a parade! Get on your spookiest costume and head over to the Horribles Parade through Wickford Village. Kids and pets are welcome too. The parade starts Saturday, October 29 at 12pm and is followed by entertainment and trick-or-treating at participating village businesses.
Warwick Ghost Tour, Warwick
Are you afraid of ghosts? Warwick Ghost Tours might make you afraid! Head over to Warwick City Hall where Paranormal Investigators will lead you through the building which has been known for paranormal activity. Tours are held on Saturday, October 29 at 7, 8, and 9pm.
Boo Bash, Providence
If you can’t make Creepy Critters, also at the Providence Children’s Museum is Boo Bash! On Sunday, October 30 from 11am-2pm kids can dress up, play games, do arts and crafts, be a mad scientist, and more.
Scary Acres, Cranston
Known as the “Scariest Haunt in Rhode Island,” Confreda Scary Acres brings guests on a hayride along a haunted trail where zombies and werewolves are lurking. Guests can also brave a haunted corn maze and a “Fun House of Fears.” Event runs nightly until October 30 from 7-10pm.
Field of Screams, West Greenwich
Shoot some zombies at Field of Screams! Head over to Big John Leyden’s Tree Farm for a Dungeon of Doom, Dead River Haunted Hayride, and a 4-D Cirque Du Souls. Event runs nightly until Monday, October 31 from 6:30-10pm.
Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular, Providence
It’s not Halloween without the Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular! Grab some hot cider and check out their display of 5,000 illuminated jack-o-lanterns along the Wetlands Trail. The event runs until Sunday, November 6 and weekend tickets are only available online this year.
Living in the smallest state at times has its perks. Rhode Island has such a strong sense of community statewide, especially during the summer months when the weather’s nice. For example, local farmers and artisans get together weekly–and sometimes twice a week–to share their produce and talents with the communities of the Ocean State. I put together a few great farmers markets around the state, and be sure to check out the ones in your area and beyond!
Providence & The East Side
Cranston – The Pawtuxet Village Farmers Market runs from May 9th to October 31st on Saturdays from 9am-1pm. The market in the Rhodes on the Pawtuxet Parking Lot is currently in its 13th season! The market has an array of vendors as well as spaces for community groups and events. An event calendar and list of vendors can be found on their website.
The East Side – The Hope Street Farmers Market is a farmer run co-op that sells home grown or made produce, baked goods, meats, seafoods, and much more. The farmers market runs twice a week on Wednesday afternoons from 3-6pm and Saturday mornings 9am-1pm. Head down to Lippitt Park for some great local goods, and check online to see who will be there!
Bristol – Right off of Metacom Ave in the South Pasture of Mount Hope Farm is a year round Farmers Market held every Saturday–rain or shine–from 9am-1pm. The market is fun for the whole family and you can walk the beautiful grounds and say “hello” to the animals after shopping! For more information, check out the Mount Hope Farmers Market website.
Barrington – Every Wednesday from May to the end of October from 2-6pm, Haines State Park holds a market with venders from all over the state. Every week is different, so check the schedule before visiting to see what’s going to be there.
Coventry – If you’re looking for organic produce, look no further than the Ezekiel Potter Homestead. The market is open four days a week with great selections of local produce. Hours can be found on their website.
Warwick – From the beginning of May to the end of October, Goddard State Park hosts a farmers market every Friday from 9am-1pm. Venders from all over the state take part in the market, and are listed on the market’s website.
Jamestown – At the Fort Getty Pavillion from the end of June to the end of August, a farmers market is held rain or shine every Monday from 4-7pm. The market has local produce, meats, crafts, and artwork from a variety of vendors.
Aquidneck Island – The Aquidneck Growers’ Market runs three farmers markets on the Island during both the summer and winter seasons. The summer markets are located at the Newport Vineyard & Winery in Middletown on Saturdays 9am-1pm and on Memorial Boulevard in Newport on Wednesdays from 2-6pm. More information on vendors and locations, visit the Acquidneck Growers’ Market website.
Harrisville – Since 2007, the Burrillville Farmers Market Association has been promoting local farm and garden products to support the rural Burrillville life. The market is every Saturday from June through September from 9:30AM-12:30PM at the Stillwater Mill Pavilion.
Scituate – Every Saturday from 9am-1pm, the Scituate Farmers Market is held rain or shine at the North Scituate Public Library. From May 9th through October 3rd, the market offers locally grown seasonable produce and local meats. Enjoy live music while shopping around hand crafted goods from local artists and grab some lunch at one of the many food trucks. A calendar of events can be found on their website.
Block Island – Block Island has two farmers markets a week–one in the Manisses Parking Lot on Wednesdays 9-11:30am from June 11th-September 7th and in Negus Park every Saturday 9-11:30am from June 11th-October 12th. Both markets are held rain or shine! Markets offer locally produced items like honey, jelly, pasta, sauces as well as baked goods, arts and crafts.
Charlestown – The Charlestown Land Trust hosts a Farmers Market at the Church of the Holy Spirit from 9:30am to 1pm every Friday morning from June 26th-August 28th. Stay up to date with the market by following them on Facebook.
Attleboro – On O’Connell Field in Capron Park, the Attleboro Farmers Market runs from 9am-1pm on Saturdays from June 20th-October 24th. The market not only features food, but it also hosts events and showcases local artists and musicians. Keep up with them on their Facebook page.