It’s officially fall and with all of our favorite events in full swing, we can’t wait to show off our scarf collection. While you’re enjoying a hot apple cider don’t forget to sign up for the PWCVB's Members Only Facebook Group and submit your events to our calendar of events. Visitors, students and even locals use our calendar to plan their fall excursions and chilly nights out, so be sure to include all of your events.
Upcoming Member Events
The PWCVB's Annual Meeting is coming up on Tuesday, Nov. 1 at the Rhode Island Convention Center at 4:30 p.m. Click here to register now.
Providence Restaurant Weeks returns January 15-28, 2017 and is sure to bring a lot of hungry people to area restaurants. Sign up now and get your menus in early. Contact Director of Partnership Development Christine Walsh Phillips for more information at email@example.com.
Fall means the return of the Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular at Roger Williams Park Zoo through Nov. 6. The zoo is stepping up their game this year with timed ticketing on Friday and Saturday evenings. You can see every one of the 5,000 illuminated pumpkins for yourself, and remember the theme changes every year so you’re always in for a surprise!
The Spa at the Providence Biltmore is looking to display artwork from local artists. They have plenty of space for both sculptures and hung artwork. Contact Lauren at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
OrderUp has officially arrived in Providence. This food delivery service, owned by Groupon, has more than 50 participating Providence restaurants. They work directly with restaurants and cafes to provide delivery service via their own – background-checked – drivers. Sign up today!
The Capital Grille has a great promotion happening now through Nov. 20. Pair one of three Wagyu burgers with a glass of Duckhorn Vineyards Cabernet or Goldeneye Pinot Noir for just $25. Both wines sell for $22 a glass. Don’t miss out.
Email membernews@GoProvidence.com to let us know what you're up to this fall.
In the News
Oyster.com gave Providence a shoutout in their recent article “9 Reasons U.S. College Towns are Great Spots for Tourists,” boasting Brown’s diverse campus and amazing spring weekend lineup and, of course, the amazing RISD Museum. But, we already knew that.
First, let me take a selfie. Readers of the San Diego Union Tribune are probably a little jealous about our gorgeous fall foliage. We are incredibly lucky to have such vibrant colors painting our historic areas. Benefit Street was named the #1 spot to take a fall foliage selfie.
What's Comin' to the Providence/Warwick Area
Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors, Inc. – Rhode Island Convention Center
Literacy for All – Rhode Island Convention Center
Westerly Area Fall Restaurant Week – Westerly, RI
American Wind Energy Association – Crowne Plaza Hotel at the Crossings, Warwick
Golbon Trade Show – Rhode Island Convention Center
AIDS Care Ocean State, Monster Ball – Omni Providence
Foundation for Prader-Willi Research – Omni Providence