5 Weekend Musts: Misquamicut FallFest + More
Thursday, September 13, 2012
Misquamicut FallFest, Westerly
Friday-Sunday The beach season never ends in Westerly, and this festival full of music, food, a midway, petting zoo, two classic car shows and more, is here to prove it. The entertainment line-up alone is worth a few days' worth of hanging out. Admission $7, children under 4 free. Parking free. Misquamicut State Beach, Westerly. Fri and Sat 5-11pm, Sun 11am-5pm. For a full schedule of events, go to www.misquamicutfestival.org
Rhode Island Seafood Festival, Providence
Saturday Keep summer alive, at least on your taste buds, with Rhode Island’s premiere seafood festival. Check out delicious flavors, sample beers and wine, and see artists, and hear live music all day. 11am-6pm, India Point Park, Providence. Free admission. For more information, go to riseafoodfest.com.
39th Annual Harvest Fair, Bristol
Central American Festival, Providence
Sunday If you missed the Domincan or Puerto Rican Festivals in the last few weeks, don't miss the Guatemalan American Association of America's celebration. 10am-6pm, Temple to Music, Roger Williams Park, Providence. Call 401-481-1108 or email email@example.com for more information.
Annual 13 Moons Turtle Clan Powwow, Lincoln
Saturday-Sunday RI's 13 Moon Clan hosts a weekend of heritage with native dancing, drumming, stories, and vendors. Free admission. 12-5pm. Chase Farm, 677 Great Rd, Lincoln. For more information, call 401-480-1331 or visit the Eastern New England Metis 13 Moons Turtle Clan Web site.
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