1 – New England Patriots vs. Pittsburg Steelers (Thursday – 8:30pm)
come on down to Tavern on Broadway and watch the Patriots massacre the Steelers on the big screens with full sound!
2 – Reggae Music at Tavern On Broadway with The Mintones (Friday – 9pm)
Come check out one of Rhode Island’s premier reggae acts performing roots reggae, modern reggae and dub at one of Broadways hottest new venues.
3- Newport Polo New England Challenge (Saturday – 4pm)
Newport Polo, host of the Newport International Polo Series XXIV, is the home of the Westchester Polo Club, America’s first polo club, est. in 1876, and founding member of the United States Polo Association, offering public exhibition matches and polo club member services for grass & arena polo, and polo instruction year-round.
4 – Free Concert at Brick Market Place with The Playboys (Saturday 1pm -5pm)
The Brick Market Place is a year round destination nestled in the heart of Newport, Rhode Island. Containing over 25 unique shops and eateries, Brick Market Place is a must for visitors and locals alike.
5 – 80’s Night at Norey’s Star Restaurant (Saturday – 7pm)
Each and every Saturday night Norey’s plays all of your favorite 80’s music videos. Each week this ends up becoming absolute sing-along dance-a-thon
6 – Pawtucket Arts Festival (all weekend – see schedule)
The Pawtucket Arts Festival celebrates creative and cultural life in the City of Pawtucket,Rhode Island, by presenting vibrant arts events during the month of September for resident audiences and for visitors to the City and the Blackstone River Valley. PAF will produce and collaborate with producing partners to present dance, music, theatre, film, visual arts & design, as well as folk-traditional and other arts that evoke the City’s historic legacy, that present creative and cultural communities of today, and that ensure the place of the arts in the Pawtucket of tomorrow.
7 – 51st Shields National Championships (all weekend)
8 – 2015 Blind National Sailing Championship (all weekend)
9 – Newport Zombie Walk (Saturday 8pm)
Bring your best zombie costumes and makeup and take a stroll through downtown Newport for the first ever Zombie Walk Newport. They will be walking the length of Thames Street chomping on brains. Meeting at Rogers High School parking lot around 6:00 – 6:30pm to go over guidelines, as well as participate in our zombie raffle, and hear from a speaker or two. All proceeds to benefit local charities and non profit organizations for drug overdose and recovery.
10 – Live Jazz at Greenvale Vineyards (Saturday 1pm -4pm)
What has great wine, a fun crowd, and live music? Greenvale Vineyards does every Saturday afternoon through December 13th!
The whole family is welcome, even leashed pets. No reservations necessary, just stop on by! Feel free to pack a picnic!
11 – Newport Secret Garden Tours (all weekend 10am – 5pm)
Tour the private gardens of some of historic Newport’s most prestigious properties.
12 – Climb Miantonomi Tower (Sunday 10am – 1pm)
On Sundays throughout the month of September, Miantonomi Tower in Miantonomi Park will be open from 10am to 1 pm allowing visitors to climb to the highest point on Aquidneck Island. Beyond enjoying the spectacular view from the tower, visitors will get a chance to explore the trails, wildlife and historic sites in Newport’s largest park as part of Minatonomi Exploration Days.
13 – Star Kids Scholarship Ride (Sunday 8am)
Pick from six routes from 3 to 45 miles to ride, walk or run. StarRide routes cover beautiful Ocean Drive and Aquidneck Island. Register at www.starride.net, sign-in at 8am and starts at 8:30am.
Fun, food and treasure chests await you on your return. Start, finish and parking are at Cluny School on Brenton Road in Newport.
Adults $35, students now $15 and families a maximum of $75.
After three years of planning and a $3 million renovation, the Museum at the International Tennis Hall of Fame is now open to the public.
The museum collection has been completely reinterpreted and the galleries have been redesigned to deliver an entirely new, engaging visitor experience. The intent of the new museum is to draw visitors into the content through interactive exhibits and a cohesive narrative of tennis history as told through the lives and careers of the 243 Hall of Famers who built the sport. More than 1,900 artifacts of tennis history are displayed throughout the exhibit galleries, ranging from Rod Laver’s first Wimbledon trophy to the golden shoes that Serena Williams wore in her first French Open victory.