Your Weekend Must-Do's in RI

Enjoy fun for all ages with these cant-miss events

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September 13: Prepare to seriously LOL at the hilarious on-the-spot comedy of the 15th Annual Providence Improv Festival at AS220, featuring improv performers from all around the state and beyond.

September 13: DesignxRI Week kicks off with Art After Dark at the Newport Art Museum; an inflatable lawn party with food and no shortage of fun. 

September 14-15: Enjoy two full days of live performances and local art at the Rhode Island Music and Arts Festival, plus an array of deliciously local food and drinks at India Point Park.

September 14-16: Celebrate everything Narragansett with the fourth annual ‘Gansett Days, featuring festivities like DPW’s Touch-a-Truck, paddle boarding on Narrow River, a history of the Towers, clamming, bird watching, and much more. 

September 14-16: Check out the art of quilt making at the 33rd Annual Folk Art Quilt Show, when the South County Museum displays over 75 locally made quilts and presents those in their own collection.

September 14-16: Get ready to kick off the fall season with lots fun during the Misquamicut Fallfest Weekend, featuring amusement rides, a classic car show, a food truck rodeo, and more. 

September 15: Prepare to delight all the senses at the Firefly Wellness Festival; an eclectic showcase of meditation, music, yoga and local food vendors at Portsmouth's Glen Park. 

September 15: The Paw Sox may be moving to Worcester, but we can still enjoy McCoy Stadium for the PawSox Food Truck and Craft Beer Festival, featuring Rhody Roots, Presto Strage-O, Poco Loco, and more. 

September 15: Enjoy the mystery movie magic of Alfred Hitchcock during The Hitchcock Film Festival at the Greenwich Odeum, with must-see classics like The Birds, Psycho, Rear Window, and North by Northwest. 

September 15: Bring the whole family on over to The North Smithfield Pumpkinfest, and check out live animals, magicians, music, and of course, pumpkins! 

September 15: Gear up for fall fun in Tiverton during Country Day at Pardon Gray with family friendly fun such as tractor pulls, scarecrow making, pumpkin painting, fall food favorites, and more.  

September 15-16: Check out a one-of-a-kind artistic experience during the 4th Annual Out There Art Fair showcasing a variety of creative works by “neuro-diverse” artists from across the state.