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Providence to Newport Ferry Returns for Summer

Just in time for the beginning of summer, the Providence to Newport Ferry returns. Operated by Seastreak, the ferry runs from June 17 through Columbus Day weekend. The beautiful one-hour ride takes passengers down the coast of Rhode Island, under the Newport Bridge and ends on America’s Cup Avenue…

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Not-to-Miss Gaspee Days Events

If you'd like to get a jump on celebrating Independence Day, visit Pawtuxet Village on the Warwick/Cranston line this month. Since 1965, this Colonial-era neighborhood, now a trendy destination for restaurants and shops, has hosted Gaspee Days, a commemoration of the burning in the cove of the…

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Don't Miss Quahog Week

What’s more Rhode Island than the quahog? Join us in celebrating our state’s favorite clam from May 15–21 during the 6th Annual Rhode Island Quahog Week! Quahog Week highlights the many restaurants, markets, fishermen, and food-based businesses committed to growing Rhode Island's local food economy…

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Federal Hill's "Al Fresco on the Hill" Returns

Following a successful 2021 season, Federal Hill's “Al Fresco on the Hill" returns May 13 and will run through Oct. 1, 2022, with restaurant seating expanded onto the street on Fridays and Saturdays, from 5 p.m.–12 a.m. Brought to you by the Federal Hill Commerce Association, "Al Fresco on the Hill"…

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5 Beer Gardens You Don't Want to Miss

The days are growing warmer and longer, so grab your sunglasses and some friends and raise a glass to beer garden season! There's no shortage of options to sit outside and sip some suds throughout the Providence area this season. Trinity Beer Garden View this post on Instagram…

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Partner News — Spring 2022

The days have been growing longer and even a bit warmer as we gear up for what's expected to be a busy late spring and early summer season. Between leisure travelers and convention attendees, we're looking forward to some fresh hustle and bustle throughout the city, so let's take a look at what's…

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2022 WaterFire Dates Released

You can travel the globe and never find anything quite like WaterFire. A series of nearly 100 bonfires that seems to magically perch on the three rivers of downtown Providence, WaterFire is actually an art installation. Created by local artist and Brown grad Barnaby Evans, WaterFire has attracted…

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Bookmark These 7 Providence Indie Bookstores

There are few better feelings than the excitement of diving into a new book. If you're looking for a fresh page-turner that also helps support Providence's small business community, look no further than these seven independent bookstores. Books On the Square View this post on…

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