Your Weekend Must-Do's in RI

Have fun for all ages with these top picks

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Running Now-March 31:  Get your appetite ready for Narragansett Area Restaurant Week, and enjoy the deliciously affordable prix fixe menus offered at participating restaurants throughout Narragansett and the surrounding area. The cuisines are eclectic, ranging from standard American bistro to Asian-inspired meals, and more! 

Running Now-March 31: The Phantom of the Opera makes a special appearance at PPAC, bringing with it a reinvented stage and set design. Follow this tragic, dark story of unrequited love in the Paris Opera House.

Running now-March 31: The 4th annual Rhode Island Quahog Week returns with participating restaurants and markets across the state offering specials featuring “RI’s favorite clam.” On March 29th, head to Warren’s Hope & Main to “Meet the Harvesters,” with harvesters from the RI Shellfishermen’s Association shucking and serving complimentary little necks. Narragansett Beer, Johnson & Wales University College of Culinary Arts, and other partners will also be providing other complimentary quahog-based samplers and beverages. Visit www.seafoodri.com for a full list of participating restaurants and markets. 

March 30: Transport yourself back in time as Cruel Intentions: The ’90s Musical Experience takes the stage at The VETS Auditorium and pulls you into the manipulative world of Manhattan’s most dangerous liaisons: Sebastian Valmont and Kathryn Merteuil. Also featuring favorite throwback hits by artists like Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, NSYNC, and, more. 

March 30: Catch the Fleetwood Mac Tribute Band Rumours rocking the stage at the Greenwich Odeum with the wildly popular hits of the legendary rock n’ roll band, Fleetwood Mac. 

March 31: Enjoy a delightfully musical celebration during RI Philharmonic Orchestra’s Annual Gala, featuring an all-Tchaikovsky concert at The VETS, followed by a gala celebration and dinner at the Renaissance Providence Hotel. 

March 31: The Chorus of Westerly presents The Swingles, an acappella group with five Grammys under their belt since its start in the 1960s, performing at the George Kent Performance Hall. 

Running now-April 28th: Save The Bay seal tours and nature cruises prove that summer isn’t the only time to enjoy the Bay. Hop on one of their education vessels and cruise through historic Newport Harbor while enjoying 360º views of seals resting on Citing Rock off of Rose Island and the Newport Bridge.