Wicked Rhody: (7/6/18 - 7/8/18) A Podcast About Rhode Island Life and Events



Wicked Rhody podcast hosts Mary and Ben discuss Rhode Island life, ideas, events, and stuff to do for the week of July 6th.



Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher
Download: (.mp3) | Mobile Play
Social: Like Us On Facebook | Follow Us On Twitter Follow Us On Instagram


Wicked Interesting

swim to skim
Date: Sunday, July 8, 2018
Event Time: 6am-11am
Race Time: 7am-9am
Start: Perrotti Park, Newport RI
End: King Park, Newport RI
http://www.cleanoceanaccess.org/swim-to-skim/


Wicked Fun in the 401 

 
Kidoinfo Play in the Park (along with Downtown Farmers Market)
July 10 // playSCIENCE RI: Powerful Percussion
Burnside Park, PVD
https://www.riparentmag.com/event/kidoinfo-play-in-the-park/?instance_id=23421
3-6 Join Miss Katie as we explore all of the sounds we can make on a drum! We’ll play drums big and small, and experiment with making our own shakers. We’ll test our ears and see if we can guess what’s inside Miss Katie’s Rainbow Egg Shakers. Take your shaker home and see if anyone can guess what’s inside!
From 4:30 – 6:00, Sidy Maiga will host an open drum circle. Bring your own djembe or any musical instrument or sit in on one of Maiga’s to participate in an open drum circle with one of Rhode Island’s musical treasures.

43rd Annual Cape Verdean Festival • Sunday, July 8  Noon-7pm
https://www.facebook.com/events/2081984518703377/

Warren Summer Concerts and Food Truck Night
https://www.facebook.com/events/2053681194665197/
https://www.facebook.com/events/826314070887678/
Wednesday July 11 @5pm
Summer Concerts & Food Trucks are coming to Burr's Hill Park in Warren.
Join us for select Wednesdays and Sundays throughout the summer for great live music and great food trucks.
Walk, bike, job, drive to join 10 or more food and retail trucks. Come out with your family and friends for a perfect summer night.
Experience an array of some of the greatest savory and sweet food trucks.
Eat from your favorite local food truck or try something new. Maybe even eat at multiple trucks. Food trucks accept cash, credit, or debit.
Admission is free! The full list of food trucks attending will be available each week. Keep updated at https://www.foodtrucksin.com/food-truck-events
FIRE WORKS
Thursday, July 5
Westerly - Misquamicut State Beach
Saturday, July 7
Seekonk Speedway ** DO NOT STOP ON THE HIGHWAY**
Pawtucket Red Sox - After the Game
Princesses & Pirates Theme



Borderline

Battleship Cove - Fall River (Friday’s Feature on CPWB)
Free Admission on Friday
Galley Tours on Saturday 9a-Noon
http://battleshipcove.org/programs-and-events/

New Bedford Folk Festival
https://www.facebook.com/events/174665139919718/
The New Bedford Folk Festival presents over 90 shows on 8 stages that range from the 1200 seat Zeiterion Performing Arts Center to the intimacy of the “Meet the Performer” area. Performers are presented in concerts and in the popular festival “workshops” which feature 3 or 4 performers or groups on stage at the same time in one-time, unique shows. Thousands of people from New England and across the nation attend the festival over the weekend, making it a major destination for this summer weekend. This year’s festival promises an exciting and memorable celebration which shows the city of New Bedford at its best.
The lineup of performers for the 2018 festival is: Kristin Andreassen, Bon Débarras, Bourque Émissaires, Matthew Byrne, Connla, J.P. Cormier, Ronny Cox, Cliff Eberhardt, Bob Franke, Dori Freeman, Beppe Gambetta, John Gorka, Hubby Jenkins, Reverend Robert B. Jones, Sr., James Keelaghan, The Kennedys, Jeremy Kittel Trio, Laura Love Duo, The Mammals, Mile Twelve, Grace Morrison, Peter Mulvey, Keith Murphy, Musique à Bouches, Mustard’s Retreat Trio, New Bedford Harbor Sea Chantey Chorus, Emerald Rae, Paul Rishell and Annie Raines, Garnet Rogers, Tom Rush, Claudia Russell and Bruce Kaplan, Amy Speace, Art Tebbetts, Cheryl Wheeler, Brooks Williams.
The festival presents a major juried arts and crafts show which is open to the community and features more than 80 artisans and crafts makers lining the cobblestone streets between the performance tents and venues. They include jewelers, instrument makers, tie dye and caricature artists, local honey purveyors, handmade health and beauty products, pottery and more, representing a rich culture of handmade wares from the Southcoast region and beyond. A food court features a variety of food vendors including the justifiably world famous New Bedford landed fish and scallops

No comments

Back to Top