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On Wednesdays, the stories of courage, spirit, and achievement of women such as Helen Metcalf (founder of RISD), Nancy Elizabeth Prophet (sculptress and RISD graduate), Antoinette Downing and Elizabeth Chace (ardent preservationists) will be highlighted.
Dick Lupino with different musicians each week perform Jazz/American Songbook. Reservations required. Dinner specials offered.
Join us at the bar and in the lounge for our Hump Day Happy Hour specials. Enjoy $1, $2 and $3 appetizers! Visit us on Facebook to view this month's Hump Day Happy Hour Menu. Complimentary valet.
SALSACONSOUL Infused Salsa w/ Team Dance Pros Salsa l Guaguanco l Guaracha l Mambo Every First Wednesday of the Month Open 7PM – 1AM Dance Pros For Our Nights Feature Lessons in Salsa On1 Salsa On2 MamboPachanga Cha Cha Bachata & Kizomba are offered on Special Nights Featuring Providences Dance Pros Mori Granot Hector Solis Sydonee HarrisAngel Sanchez Brandon Contreras Martin Rivera Infused Salsa blends by DJ CUE 9pm-1am Cover $15 (7pm-9pm) Includes 2 workshops w/ Dance Pros $10 (After... read more
SALSACONSOUL Infused Salsa w/ Team Dance Pros Salsa Guaguanco Guaracha Mambo Every First Wednesday of the Month Open 7PM - 1AM Dance Pros For Our Nights Feature Lessons in Salsa On1 Salsa On2 Mambo Pachanga Cha Cha Bachata & Kizomba are offered on Special Nights Featuring Providences Dance Pros Mori Granot Hector Solis Sydonee Harris Angel Sanchez Brandon Contreras Martin Rivera Infused Salsa blends by DJ CUE 9pm-1am Cover $15 (8pm-10pm) Includes 2 workshops w/ Dance Pros $10 (Afte... read more
Local 121 Presents "The Sweet Spot," a weekly live piano music series in The Taproom on Wednesday and Thursday nights. Inspired by traditional piano bars, The Sweet Spot showcases the talents of pianists Danny Arico, Brooks Milgate and Tom Chase. Piano begins at 8PM, and complimentary valet parking is available.
Kids spending a lot of time on Video Games? Adults spending hours on the computer? Learn how to use that time to increase executive function skills! Dr. Randy Kulman from Learning Works for Kids will present this program hosted by CHADD of Rhode Island, an ADHD support network.
Please join us on Wednesday, September 2 for an expectional summer lecture about elusive society architect, Addison Mizner, by author René Silvin, author of Villa Mizner: The House That Changed Palm Beach. Addison Mizner was the architect who created not only the "Palm Beach Look" but the "Mediterranean Revival" style, both enjoyed throughout South Florida. Silvin will explore the life of the charismatic architect, the grand palaces Mizner designed for America's most e... read more
Come try single classes in music and dance, during our annual Workshop Week, August 31 - September 3. During this time we will offer the following adult classes: salsa footwork and body movement, belly dance, Bollywood dance, ukulele for beginners, hip hop, and a stomp-style percussion ensemble. Workshops are $14, with no registration fees and practically zero commitment. Class sizes are capped at 10-12, so sign up early (pre-registration is still required). Try something fun and new!
Hera Gallery is pleased host Summer Work, an exhibition featuring the work of Hera Members Connie Greene, Mandy Howe, Rhonda LaPorte, Elizabeth Lind, Myron Rubenstein, & James Sundquist. We invite the public to join us Saturday, August 1st from 6:00 to 8:00pm for the opening reception and to the artist panel discussion on Thursday August 20th, at 7pm. Connie Greene is a founding member of Hera Gallery living in Narragansett. Her artistic interests lie in documenting the rise of local food pr... read more
From the creators of the record-breaking Broadway sensation The Producers comes this monster new musical comedy Young Frankenstein, playing August 19 thru September 6. This wickedly inspired re-imagining of the Frankenstein legend based on Mel Brooks’ classic comedy masterpiece. The story follows bright young Dr. Frankenstein as he attempts to complete his grandfather's masterwork and bring a corpse to life. With such memorable tunes as “The Transylvania Mania,” “He Vas M... read more
This summer-long special exhibit that thrilled tens of thousands is back at Roger Williams Park Zoo for its second and final year! Flutterby: Butterflies in Bloom provides an immersive experience inside the Zoo’s beautifully landscaped greenhouse filled with hundreds of free-flying native North American butterflies. A delight for butterfly and gardening enthusiasts alike, this enchanting experience invites visitors to discover a deeper appreciation for some of our earth’s most imperi... read more
This summer, Providence Children’s Museum hosts My Sky, a traveling exhibit that encourages families to look up and be inspired by the wonders of the universe. My Sky invites children and adults to investigate the sun, moon and stars together in an immersive environment as they: • Explore close-up images of the sun • Discover the phases of the moon • Gaze through a telescope to study the stars and planets • Find familiar constellations and invent new ones • Meet ... read more
Visit the birthplace of the American industrial revolution! Take a guided tour through our country's first successful cotton spinning mill. See spinning frames and power looms, the machine shop, an industrial waterwheel, and much more. Standard museum tour admission includes a tour of all three historic structures on campus. Tour lasts approximately 90 minutes.
Enjoy a Cigar of the week, 3 tastings of a selected spirit and a 3 course meal at The Hotel Viking's Top of Newport Roof Top Bar!!
ArtProv gallery, a contemporary gallery located in the Jewelry District’s historic Doran Building at 150 Chestnut Street, will open its newest exhibit, “Clothing Optional: A Figurative Show,” on August 12 with an opening reception during Gallery Night Providence on August 20 from 5 – 9 p.m. The show will close on September 25. “Clothing Optional” will feature works by a number of local, national and international artists, including: Jeff Bye, Ted DiLucia, Eli... read more
Portugal has a tradition of moving water substantial distances for agricultural and communal needs, dating back at least to Roman times, and has many aqueducts. The fourteen multi-arched, above ground, aqueducts that were selected for this exhibition supplied fortresses, cities, universities, monasteries, palaces, gardens, and manufactories. One is Roman. Another revived a Roman predecessor. Two are fed by saqiyas, ancient chain-of-bucket devices used by the Romans and the Moors for raising w... read more
Providence Public Library’s summer exhibit "Iterations: From Paris to Providence" (in the Providence Journal Rhode Island Room, 1stfloor, 150 Empire Street, Providence) features pochoir-printed plates from our extensive art and architecture collection and the work of nine local artists who used the plates as creative inspiration. Pochoir is a many-layered stenciling process that produces extremely vivid and dimensional prints; it was particularly popular in late 19th and early ... read more
Docents tell the story of the Van Wickle/McKee family, the original owners of this beautiful seaside garden estate. Visitors experience breathtaking views of Narragansett Bay and see the Mansion decorated with original furnishings just as it was when the family lived here. The guided tour continues through the grounds where magnificent trees and a variety of colorful gardens demonstrate Blithewold's prominence in horticulture. This tour concludes with a Q & A--complete with iced tea--served ... read more
A two-part exhibit that showcases the role of the French during the Revolutionary War. The Colony House portion focuses on the French participation in Rhode Island during the American Revolution. The portion at the Museum of Newport History highlights the relationship between the Marquis de Lafayette and Daniel Lyman, a local Continental army officer and a leading 18th century Newport resident. Presented by the Newport Historical Society. Hours and admission prices vary.
Now in our 10th season, we have been voted as one of the Top Ten Ghost Tours by TripAdvisor.com. Join us as we lead you by lantern light through the darkened streets of the historic East Side of Providence, RI sharing with you stories that will be sure to send a chill down your spine.
To Mambo Pa Ti (MPT), Latin dance is a way of life. That's why we're incredibly passionate about not only giving students the tools they need to succeed and have fun on the dance floor, but in creating a supportive community of fierce Salseros. Salsa Fever Thursdays, MPT's weekly social dance, is a safe nurturing place to celebrate our hard work, practice your moves and gain inspiration from new and old friends. The chill vibe features great music, from New England's best djs, weekly classes an... read more