Farmers Markets: Through mid- to late-October enjoy buying fresh produce, flowers, and more from local farms and vendors at Goddard Park (Fridays) and Pawtuxet Village (Saturdays).
Bring Your Own Improv: This interactive improv show welcomes voluntary audience participation. Applaud for a scene you like, yell out suggestions, or if you feel you’re ready, join on stage. Join in on family-friendly performances every Friday at 7pm, or the late night shows every Friday at 9pm. Warwick
East Greenwich Odeum: Catch cover bands, comedy shows, dinner and movie screenings, and national tours happening at the Odeum all season. See the full lineup online. East Greenwich, Greenwich
Warwick Food Truck Nights: Sip and savor from your favorite food vendors as they take over Crowne Plaza once a month through fall. September 16 and October 21
Music on the Hill: Ahead of Labor Day, Music on the Hill presents two hour-long chamber music concerts; fans of Beethoven, Brahms, and Bach will have plenty to rejoice. Westerly and East Greenwich
Gaspee Days Fall Fest: Peruse artisan vendors and sample tasty treats along the Narragansett Parkway for this fall fest featuring a crafts market and Saturday block party of live music celebrating local history. Warwick
Main Street Stroll: This month’s stroll organized by the East Greenwich Commerce Association is Taste of EG, with an emphasis on the flavors of the coastal town’s vibrant food scene, as well as live music and vendors.
12th Annual Fall Golf Tournament: Sign up to tee off in this annual fundraiser for the East Greenwich Little League at the Cranston Country Club. Cranston
Yankee Steam-Up: Sparks fly during the region’s oldest steam engine show for model makers, engineers, and history buffs at the New England Wireless & Steam Museum. East Greenwich
Beervana Fest: The historic Rhodes on the Pawtuxet will host a beer fest with samples in all styles from local breweries. Enjoy tasting, learning about, and appreciating the art of craft beer. Cranston
West Bay Open Studios: Meander through North Kingstown, Warwick, and East Greenwich for a self-guided tour of artists and their maker spaces. Check back online for more details closer to the date. Various locations
Kids Expo & Halloween Costume Contest: This affordable and impactful event is not only a fun way to celebrate the Halloween holiday, but also a great way to get in touch with different programs and businesses that support children’s health and learning. West Warwick
Charlie the Butler Ghost Party: The Cranston Historical Society invites you to a frighteningly fun night with Jared the Magician and Mentalist inside the decorated Sprague Mansion. Costumes optional. Cranston
Ghost Tours: While the date is yet to be announced at press, Western Rhode Island Civic Historical Society is planning a 2021 tour starting at the Paine House Museum and ending at Woodland Cemetery, covering the history of spooky spots in the western part of the state. Coventry