Weekend Recommendations for 10/11-10/13

In Providence for the weekend and want to check out what the city has to offer?

You’ve come to the right place! This weekend there are multiple different fun activities to attend with you significant other, your family, or even your friends!

Ghost Story Open Mic Night

When & Where: 10/10/19, 10/17/19, 10/24/19 @ 6:00-7:30PM, Graduate Providence @ 11 Dorrance Street, Providence, RI

What: Sign up, sit back and/or share your paranormal panic! While listing to these ghost stories, Graduate Providence will provide treats and beverages for all guests, Beer on Earth will even provide free beer samples to guests 21 and over.

WBNA House Tour: This Is Where They Live/d

When & Where: October 12 @ 10AM-4:00PM, West Broadway Neighborhood Association @ 1560 Westminster St, Providence, RI

What: WBNA House Tour invites you to explore the Victorian buildings that becomes homes to hundreds of thousands of immigrants as you reveal the untold stories that are the neighborhoods signature vibrancy.

Providence Community Table

When & Where: 10/11/19 @ 5:00-8:00PM, Southside Cultural Center of Rhode Island

What: Join Providence’s Department of Arts, Culture and Tourism for a celebration of food, health and enjoy storytelling and performances.

2019 RI Columbus Day Weekend Festival 

When & Where: 10/12/19 – 10/14/19, Atwells Avenue, Providence, RI

What: Enjoy the 28th annual Columbus Day Weekend Festival with a a parade, amusement rides, games for all ages, entertainment on four different stages, retail and food vendors and so much more!

The Spellman Ball

When & Where: 10/12/19 @ 9:00PM, Fete Music Hall @ 103 Dike Street, Providence, RI

What: Head over to Fete Music Hall and listen to some Hip-Hop/Rap artists as they perform their heart out.

Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular

When & Where: Every night from 6:00-10:30PM @ Roger Williams Park Zoo

What: Walk through the Zoos Wetland Trail and experience the seasonal wonderland lit up by thousands of hand crafted pumpkins!

Many Inspired Steps

When & Where: October 5-13 from 9:30AM-3:30PM @ The Museum of Natural History and Planetarium at Roger Williams Park

What: Celebrate and learn about the early years of lunar exploration and join us as we look ahead at the intriguing prospect humans will return to the Moon and beyond in the not-too-distant future.

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