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Soon, Summer will move into Fall so now is the perfect time to begin planning your Autumn getaway in Rhode Island's Blackstone Valley! Book your trip now at TourBlackstone.com According to New England Today's fall foliage report, peak season for us here in Rhode Island will be in mid-October!

 

 

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2019 Chinese Dragonboat Races & Taiwan Day Festival

 

 

Dragon Boat Races & Taiwan Day Festival Returns

 

After a two-year hiatus, the Rhode Island Chinese Dragon Boat Races & Taiwan Day Festival returns to Festival Pier in Pawtucket on Saturday, September 3!

 

 Join the thousands of people who attend this FREE event each year for great entertainment, exciting competition, family-fun, and a prime opportunity to learn more about Chinese and Taiwanese cultures!!!

 

 

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·     Through September 4: Central Falls Resturant Week, Central Falls. MORE INFO

 

·     Friday, September 2 @ 8 pm - Jimmy "2 Suits" Capone & Toni Lynn Washington - An Evening of Music with Friends, Chans, Woonsocket MORE INFO

 

·     Friday, September 2 - Sunday, September 4 - Our Lady of Fatima Festa,  Cumberland. MORE INFO

 

·     Friday, September 2 - Sunday, September 4 @ 10 am - 4 pm - It's About Time: Labor Day Festivities - Blackstone River Valley National Historical Park, Old Slater Mill National Historic Landmark, Pawtucket. MORE INFO

 

·     Friday, September 2 - Monday, September 5 @ 10 am - 4 pm: Books, Books, Books 4th Annual Labor Day Weekend Sidewalk Book Sale - Stillwater Books, Pawtucket MORE INFO



·     Saturday, September 3 @ 8 pm - Karan Casey Band - Blackstone River Theatre, Cumberland. MORE INFO

 

·     Thursday, September 8 @ 6:30 - 8:00 pm - River Bend East Songwriters Workshop, Old Slater Mill National Historic Landmark, Pawtucket. MORE INFO



·     Saturday, September 10 @ 12 - 8 pm - Rootstock 2022! Revive the Root, Smithfield. MORE INFO

 

·     Saturday, September 10 & Sunday, September 11 @10 am - 4 pm: Revolutionary War Encampment at Chase Farm, Lincoln. MORE INFO

 

·     Sunday, September 11 @ 2 - 4 pm - Music at The Farm - Brilliant International Artists Yunwen Chen, Cellist & Xiyu Deng, Pianist, Grace Note Farm, Burrillville. MORE INFO

 
 

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