Weekend Must-Do's

10+ ways to celebrate summer this weekend

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June 25-30: Looking for weekend plans? Catch the ten-time Tony Award winning musical The Band’s Visit about a group of musicians bringing a town to life through music. Find tickets online.

June 27-29: Urban Greens Co-op Market’s grand opening celebration beings this week. The three-day event features free food samples from local vendors, as well as live music, special sales, and goodie bags to take home. 

June 28: Bring the whole family to a special showing of Beauty and the Beast as a part of Movies in the Park. Be sure to bring lawn chairs or a blanket, and, of course, some snacks. 

June 28: Narragansett Parks and Recreation presents the 2019 Summer Concerts at the Gazebo. Right across from Narragansett Town Beach, enjoy live music from the band Brass Attack from 6:30-7:30pm. 

June 28: Food Truck Fridays are back at the Roger Williams Park Carousel Village. Choose from over 15 local food trucks. The event begins at 5pm– bring your appetite! 

June 29: In partnership with the Bristol Fourth of July Committee, there will be the “flat and fast” half marathon, the Independence Rhode Race. Make sure to slow down from a sprint to admire downtown Bristol dressed in its patriotic finest. 

June 29: The 2019 Film Festival presents Womanimation!, a showcase of international women’s short-films at AS220 in Providence.

June 29: You may know her from shows Arrested Development and Fresh Off the Boat, but now she will be performing at the Columbus Theatre. Catch comedian and actress Maria Bamford’s show this Saturday. 

June 29: Music, dancing, and food, oh my! Head to Roger Williams Park Zoo for the Zoobilee-Feast with the Beasts

June 30: Pinwheel Tourism presents Walking Tours of Providence on Sundays beginning this month. The walks are free and begin at 10am, meeting at the Providence Visitor's Information Center at 1 Sabin Street.

June 30: Enjoy a Planetarium Show at the Museum of Natural History’s Dome Theatre. Projecting images of stars, constellations, and planets simulating the night sky. The event is $3 per person and begins at 2pm.

June 30: Calling all classic car fans! The first-ever Tiverton Four Corners Classic is perfect for anyone with an eye for antique automobiles.