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Have you ever wondered what it would be be like to perform in an orchestra? Now is your chance! Join the Downtown Providence Parks Network as they create a luminous soundscape with interactive … more
The Newport Historical Society hosts a special "Holiday Lantern Tour" throughout the season. Hear the history of early American holiday traditions on an evening walk. Learn how Newporters did, or … more
St. Michael’s Episcopal Church will present “All the Long Echoes: A Score of Solstice Celebrations” with music by Seven Times Salt. December marks 20 years of the Boston-based early … more
A winter solstice tree lighting is on Wednesday, the shortest day of the year, at Pardon Gray Preserve. The family-friendly event is hosted by the Tiverton Land Trust to celebrate the winter solstice … more
There are two Cookie Walks (one in Bristol and one in Warren) on Saturday. Stroll tables filled with homemade and hand-decorated holiday-themed cookies of every shape and size. Collect as many as you … more
The Santa House is new to State Street in Bristol, but it’s been in one local man’s heart for years. more
The Bristol Christmas Festival, described as a "European-style Christmas Market – Through the eyes of a child," will fill the downtown district with vendors, singers, dancers, carolers and more … more
The Newport County Orchestra's holiday concert will feature seasonal and classical orchestral music. Tickets are $10 for general admission, $8 for seniors, military and non-Salve Regina students, and … more
You can see the work, submitted by over 37 local artists, beginning Thursday, Dec. 8. more
The City of East Providence hosts its 12 annual WinterFest this Saturday, Dec. 10, from 3 to 7 p.m. Held at the Robert Rock Senior Center, it will feature Dave Marchetti’s “Animal … more
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