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Rhode Island Festivals will keep you coming back for more. This small New England state has a ton of festivals just waiting to be discovered by you…Call TravelKatz and join in the festivities…352-277-7300
Bowen’s Wharf Seafood Festival: Honoring the “Harvest of the Sea,” this Festival offers fresh, local seafood. Come enjoy fish tacos, lobster rolls, fried calamari, oysters and more. Other neighboring restaurants and fisherman’s associations serve up their most celebrated seafood dishes; lobster dinners, clam chowder, stuffed quahogs, clam cakes, shrimp, scallops, raw oysters and clams, as well as a few dishes for landlubbers and children. Also offered are fresh smoothies, donuts and kettle corn for your sweet tooth! Cafe-style seating will be set up throughout the Wharf and proceeds from the festival benefit Oliver Hazard Perry, RI’s 200-foot official sailing education vessel. This festival has been named one of the “10 Fabulous Fall Festivals on the Coast,” by Coastal Living Magazine. Bowen’s Wharf, Newport; October 20 all day.
Tailgate Grill-Off: This festival is a community friendly event for all ages. Food, Music, Vendors and Fun. It’s a Grilling competition or just for fun! Southside Cultural Center, Providence Sat & Sun, Oct 26-27.
Halloween Festival: Halloween is a terrible and at the same time very cheerful day that is characterized by: unusual costumes, bright makeup, delicious sweets and loud laughing. Every year, different nations celebrate various holidays and festivals in October. Here, you will find three thousand “horrible” pumpkins, ancient buildings, stunning sculptures and thousands of participants who will come to have fun and enjoy this night. Newport; Oct. 31.
1st Annual Providence Salsa and Bachata Festival: It is with great enthusiasm Mambo Pa Ti would like to announce that Providence will host its very own and its very first EVER Salsa and Bachata Festival. Get ready for a jam-packed 2-day festival set in the heart of downtown Providence at the beautiful Hilton Hotel where the festivities are sure to be vibrant and exciting for everyone involved. Top-quality workshops lead by local and world-renowned instructors, performers and DJ’s that will make this a weekend to remember. Providence; Fri – Sun, Nov 1 – 3.
Art Providence Show: This show features artists from all backgrounds and over 200 participating artists, makers and designers come from throughout New England and beyond to share their work with you. Providence, Fri – Sun, Nov 8 – 10.
Rhode Island Christmas Festival: At this Festival, there will be Face Painting, Balloon Twisting, Santa, Little Miss & Little Mr. Christmas Pageant, Ugly Sweater Contest and Gingerbread House Contest. The Gingerbread House Contest will take place on Saturday. You’ll need to pre-register and the cost to enter the contest is $10. There will be different categories, including a children’s competition! the number one rule is that the houses must be made of Gingerbread! Santa will be there on Sunday at noon and will lead our Annual Family Parade; it’s inside, everyone parades around the venue, and it’s free. At 1 p.m. will kick off the Little Miss and Little Mr. Christmas Pageant includes four age groups: Under 9. $10 to register and each child will receive a gift. Winners in each category will receive a special prize plus sash and ornament. West Warwick; Sat & Sun, Nov 23 & 24
Please give TravelKatz a call if you want to spend a family vacation in Rhode Island. These Festival are some of the best in the New England area. Make your plans NOW for 2020! Our number is 352-277-7300.
PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND
Providence was founded by Protestant pastor Roger Williams in 1636, and the name means “divine care.” Williams was a campaigner for religious liberty and had been expelled from the Massachusetts Bay Colony for his radical religious and political beliefs (he argued for the division between Church and State). Williams and his followers purchased the settlement from the Narragansett Indians, and Williams named it in gratitude to “God’s merciful providence unto me in my distress.” He later said, “I desired it might be a shelter for persons distressed of conscience.”
State House: Touring this State House is phenomenal, eye-opening, enriching learning experience! The legislative and executive branches of Rhode Island government run in this building. Built in late 1800’s by famous architect McKim, Mead & White, whose works include Boston Public Library and NY Penn Station, the State House is a beautiful unique building. Materials chosen include marble from Georgia & Italy, real 24K karat gold painted by feather, oak & mahogany wood, etc., make this gem an architectural wonder! Awesome paintings and murals. The 4th largest free standing dome building has the bronze “independent man” on top! Guided Tours run every hour from 9 am to 3 pm. Lot of rich history & Stories, from the Native American times & United States Founding to Civil War & WW II. See the government happenings of senate and house of representatives’ activities. Providence Rhode Island represents independence, freedom, and revival. Take this free guided tour and see for yourself why this is a must-see! Meaningful rooms to see include:
The governor’s meeting room, with real gold trim work and a renowned, expensive George Washington portrait.
The Charter Museum; the original 200+ year old, preserved declaration of independence from Rhode Island is housed here.
Rhode Island School of Design Museum of Art: a small museum which makes it manageable and not overwhelming, yet contains beautiful representative pieces. RSID museum has a wonderful collection of art from all over the world. The museum is assembled at a human scale, just enough of each type of art to get your interest.
Providence Performing Arts Center: This theater is beautifully restored and may reminds you of Radio City Music Hall in New York City. This has always been a great venue to go and be entertained! Lots of parking around the theatre! Once inside, notice and be amazed at the architecture of this theatre! This theatre is one of the “old great ladies” whose lines, curves, structure, and sounds are truly representative of an earlier “Grand Era”. Go in, have a glass (or two) of wine, get comfortable in your seat, and enjoy a great show! The decor is elegant and the acoustics are very good. The theater hosts many shows that are Broadway musicals on tour and many other performances by major musicians. There is something for everyone.
Roger Williams Park Zoo: This zoo was wonderful! It’s large enough to see a variety of exotic animals yet small enough where it’s not overwhelming and still VERY family friendly. Roger Williams Park zoo is so much more than the name seems to indicate. Every year, the park offers up a series of special events that are truly must see events in Rhode Island. During October, there is the pumpkin display for Halloween. This multi week event offers up some of the most creative and wonderfully designed lighted pumpkin carved items ever put together in one setting. Great place for kids, teens, adults. Lot of interactive activities. A vast assortment of animals. Very educational and fun! You will learn a lot.
Historic Federal Hill: You will have the best time visiting the bakeries, Italian delis, and restaurants on Federal Hill. Constantino’s located at DePasquale Plaza on Federal Hill, the ‘Little Italy’ section of Providence, houses Salvatore’s Cafe which has wonderful espresso, fresh filled cannoli, and biscotti. It’s a wonderful way to spend the afternoon taking in all the sights. It doesn’t hurt to go on a Fri. or Sat. Night-if you’re lucky you’ll hear Dominic & His Band Playing & Singing for your Dancing Pleasure. A Great Night Out! The archway leading into the Federal Hill area has a wonderful plaque recognizing the contributions of Italian-Americans. A must-see place when visiting Providence!
Getting to Providence from Tampa is a flight away (one stop) and Travelkatz will be happy to help you make this vacation happen for you and your family. Call us at 352-277-2700.
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