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Narrows Center for the Arts will be presenting "Wise Guise," a collaborative art exhibition featuring four Massachusetts-based artists. This exhibition explores the unknown utilizing an array of … more
The Aquidneck Growers Market is bringing fresh, local food to the Embrace Home Loans Middletown campus every Saturday morning from May 7-October 29. From fruit and vegtables, to flowers, to baked … more
Newport's Whitehorne House Museum will be hosting a summer story program on Fridays from 10:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. through August 26. Kids can listen to a storybook reading and complete a themed craft … more
King Park in Newport will be holding free concerts every Sunday through August 29 from 3:00-6:00 p.m., as a part of NIMFest. The whole family is welcome, including pets. This Sunday, July 31, come … more
Simmons farm will be hosting goat yoga on Saturday, July 30 from 8:30-10:00 a.m. Come meet the "kids" and get a relaxing workout in while hanging out with some adorable friends. Enrollment is $25 … more
Dan Blakeslee, folk musician and artist, will be displaying his works at The Kings Lens and Friends Gallery. Blakeslee is known for his nautical style, featuring mermaids and other ocean … more
Revolve Dance Project will be bringing together young dancers, musicians, choreographers at the Jane Pickens Theater in Newport. The performances will feature live music from string musicians, … more
Newport Jazz Festival will return to Fort Adams State Park July 29-31. With a full lineup of over 50 acts as well as plenty of food an exhibits, this year's festival is set to be a music-packed … more
On Wednesday, July 27 the Herreshoff Museum will once again welcome 11th Hour Racing Skipper and Bristol hometown hero Charlie Enright. more
The historic Newport Folk Festival will take place this weekend, July 22-24 at Fort Adams State Park. Performances go all day Friday, Saturday and Sunday, with gates opening at 10:00 a.m. This year's … more
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