Lace up your boots, or skates, and say snow-way to a weekend stuck indoors.
Don your snowsuit and hit the slopes at Yawgoo Valley, all weekend long: They're officially open for the season and offering daily skiing, snowboarding and snow tubing. Rhode Island’s only downhill ski area also offer lessons for kids and adults.
Cruise over the ice in a bumper car at the Providence Rink at Alex and Ani City Center: They're reopening on Sunday and offering bumper cars by reservation, daily lessons,plus penguin skate helpers for kids and snowman skate helpers for adults who haven’t quite mastered the ice.
Hit the ice at Westerly's Washington Trust Community Skating Center:Offeringdaily ice time with dedicated blocks for hockey, figure skating, lessons and public ice skating.
January 6: Get galactic with Starman, a David Bowie tribute, at Courthouse Center for the Arts: David Bowie may be gone, but his legend lives on. Starman, at Courthouse Center for the Arts in West Kingston, is a Bowie tribute that has been making headlines up and down the East Coast.
January 6: Heat things up with a monthly cajun dance at Sandy Woods Farm: Featuring local favorite Magnolia, this monthly event also includes a lesson before the dancing starts, in addition to being BYOB.
January 6-7: Hop on Save The Bay's Newport Seal Cruise: Get a chance to see the adorable maritime mammals that call our waters home in the colder months.
January 7: Channel your inner artist at Super Art Sunday at the RISD Museum: Enjoy a day of free, family friendly art activities with Lines of Thought: Drawing from Michaelangelo to Now from the British Museum.