On Sunday, June 10th, beginning at 9 am, the greater Newport community will gather and then set out from Fort Adams State Park to ride bicycles along the scenic ocean coastline together. “This is the day when everyone, regardless of experience, comes out and rides together along our beautiful shoreline,” explains Don Jagoe, Board Chair of the host
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The Newport Art Museum will welcome parents and children to the galleries for the popular monthly Second Saturday program on Saturday, June 9 at 10:30 am. Second Saturday presents engaging, family-oriented programming designed to inspire young minds and satisfy the curiosity of every member of the family. Each Second Saturday is uniquely curated based on a theme, and includes a variety of activities geared for ages
Javier Juarez, a Rhode Island resident and probably best known in Newport as a Newport Pedicabber, joined WUN’s Ryan Belmore to chat about his recent commencement speech at Brown University. Juarez shared how, as a Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipient, he got to the point of graduating from an Ivy League university with an advanced degree.
Discover all that’s happening, new, and to do in and around Newport, RI this week. You Might Also Like – This Week: Live music and entertainment listings Monday, June 4th U.S. Professional Singles playing for the Schochet Cup at The National Tennis Club 4:45 pm – RBG at Jane Pickens Theater 5 pm – Brick Market Book
Here’s a look at all the live music and entertainment that’s worth seeing, hearing, doing, or knowing about in Newport County this week. Monday, June 4th Diego’s: Trivia at 9:30 pm Fastnet Pub: The Ubiquitones at 10 pm Fifth Element: The Groove Merchants from 7 pm to 10 pm Jane Pickens Theater: RBG at 4:45 pm, Heal
The musician, who has sold over 25 million albums worldwide, became a UN Environment Goodwill Ambassador on World Environment Day in 2015. The role aligns with his commitment to raise environmental awareness in the music industry and to encourage venues and fans to reduce plastic waste. His social action network, All At Once, connects concertgoers with
To fulfill its educational mission that includes a commitment to Aquidneck Island students, the non-profit organization Oliver Hazard Perry Rhode Island (OHPRI) is hosting 21 students from Rogers High School, Portsmouth High School and the MET School on a nine-day voyage aboard Rhode Island’s Official Sailing Education Vessel SSV Oliver Hazard Perry. The student trainees, a mix