In case you missed it Waterfire Providence has posted the schedule for 2013 Waterfires. The schedule is as follows:
Saturday, May 25, 2013 – Full Waterfire Friday, May 31st – Basin Waterfire Saturday, June 8, 2013 – Full Waterfire Saturday, July 13, 2013 – Full Waterfire Saturday, August 10, 2013 – Full Waterfire Saturday, . . . → Read More: 2013 Waterfire Providence Schedule
It started as a reaction to a Boston Globe article about the 10 Best Beer Bars in Boston. We decided to look at wine bars and then decided to expand it to all of Massachusetts (see “Massachusetts Wine Bars, Wine Cafes, and Enotecas“). We now realize that that is not good enough, there are, . . . → Read More: Rhode Island Wine Bars, and Enotecas
Continuing our series this week on things to do this coming Labor Day weekend, we turn our attention to the little State of Rhode Island. Following are a few of the special activities coming up this Labor Day weekend in the Ocean State:
August 31 to September 2, 2012: Rhythm and Roots Festival in . . . → Read More: Labor Day Weekend in Rhode Island
In case you missed it, Waterfire Providence has posted their 2012 schedule. One basin fire already happened on April 21, but the season gets into full spring with a full lighting on Saturday, May 26. Following is the 2012 schedule for Waterfire Providence.
Monday, May 21, 2012 – Basin Fire Saturday, May 26, 2012 . . . → Read More: 2012 Waterfire Providence Schedule
This is billed as the largest saltwater fishing show in the northeast. So if your are saltwater angler, you may wish to get on over to the Rhode Island Convention Center in Providence for the New England Saltwater Fishing Show. The show offers
Dozens of seminars A virtual fishing simulator A bass boat simulator . . . → Read More: New England Saltwater Fishing Show, Providence, RI
Need a shot of spring? How about the Rhode Island Spring Flower & Garden Show?
The annual Rhode Island Spring Flower & Garden Show will be held February 24 to 27, 2011 at the Rhode Island Convention Center in Providence, RI. 2011 marks the 19 annual flower show, and this year it is done . . . → Read More: Rhode Island Spring Flower & Garden Show – Providence, RI
Every year for the last five the Elemental Theatre Collective in Providence, RI has issued a challenge to Providence playwrights – write a play in 6 weeks to enter the annual Go.Go Plays contest. 31 plays were submitted in the fall of 2010. From that, four have been selected for production:
Wake by Jill . . . → Read More: Go.Go 5 in Providence, RI
Does yesterday’s nor’easter have you feeling a little shut in. Are you dreaming of warmer weather as you stare out at the mounds of snow that now line your driveway. Well if you would like to get a little taste of summer in winter, how about taking in the Providence Boat Show this coming . . . → Read More: The Providence Boat Show – A Taste of Summer in Winter
While the tiny State of Rhode Island does not have a sports team at the top level of professional sports, it still has a rich sports history and many great sports offerings.
Currently there are two professional sports teams that make Rhode Island their home. The first is the Providence Bruins of the American . . . → Read More: Rhode Island, A Small State with Big Sports Traditions
Not familiar with the Providence Waterfires? The Waterfires are a public/performance art event consisting of 100 torch-lit vessels installed on three rivers that pass through downtown Providence in Waterplace Park (the Woonasquatucket, Moshassuck, and Providence). First created by award-winning sculpture Barnaby Evans in 1994, the Waterfires have grown to attract hundreds of thousands every . . . → Read More: Winter Waterfires?