Get Out of the House

Things to do (other staying in and snoozing).

‘Food Truck Fridays’ At RWP Carousel Village

The weekend is just beginning; why not head over to the Carousel Village in Roger Williams Park for Food Truck Fridays, running now through September 27th. Food trucks, live music, train and carousel rides (additional cost), and local beer and wine from Trinity Brewhouse (with ID). Attendance is free, tickets are not necessary. Just pay

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Two State Beaches Opening

The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) announces that Scarborough North and Roger Wheeler state beaches in Narragansett will be open Saturdays and Sundays only, weather permitting, from Saturday, May 11 until Memorial Day to accommodate early beachgoers. The water temperature is about 51 degrees. The DEM will have lifeguards on duty — and the bathrooms

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Rock And Roll Yard Sale — Downtown

(5.4) InDowncity and the Providence Rock and Roll Yard Sale are collaborating once again for a free, family-friendly event, with food, drinks, activities, and vendors selling records, vintage, and DIY handmade wares. The set-up won’t be exactly the same as last year — Oberlin has taken over that corner for outdoor seating — but Westminster

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Jane’s Walk — Saturday And Sunday

Explore Providence neighborhoods on foot with Jane’s Walk, an annual festival of free, resident-led walking conversations inspired by urban activist Jane Jacobs. The Providence Preservation Society has the details including walk titles, themes, start times, and locations. There is an intriguing variety of tours this year: Triggs Golf Course, Field’s Point . . . Babe

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