1 – One Bellevue’s Five-Course Autumn Pumpkin Harvest Dinner (Friday 5pm – 10pm) $49
Amuse – Pumpkin Bisque Shooters with Candied Apples, 1st Course – Pumpkin Gnocchi, Brown Butter Cream, Torched Brie, 2nd Course – Pumpkin Stuffed Pork Belly, Brussels Sprouts and Cranberries, Main Course Seared Chicken Breast, Pumpkin Sage Bread Pudding, Roasted Butternut Squash, Cider Reduction, Dessert – Pumpkin Cheesecake, Calvados Syrup.
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 – 41st Annual Harvest Fair at the Norman Bird Sanctuary (Saturday & Sunday 10am – 5pm)
An autumn ritual for generations of families, this beloved old-fashioned fair offers something for everyone. The “Mabel Express” Barrel Train, Monkey Bridge, Mud Pit, Midway games and Children’s crafts tent invites kids of all ages to join in the fun. Talented crafters and artisans sell their beautifully created items, enticing fairgoers to get a jump on holiday shopping. Local food and beer vendors offer an array of appetizing selections, while an impressive line-up of musicians round out the festive atmosphere. Let this be the year that you create fond family memories of your own by putting October 3rd & 4th on your calendar!
4 – 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.
5 – Free Concert at Brick Market Place (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.
6 – 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!
7 – Murder at the Museum (Saturday 7pm)
It’s 1896 and a few of Newport’s wealthy elite have stayed behind in Newport to avoid a few, unspoken scandals. To keep entertained, Mrs. Astor is hosting Parlor Game nights every Saturday. This week, it’s a murder mystery at the John N.A. Griswold House, and YOU will be part of the action as a character. When someone actually dies, you must search the house for clues and interrogate the suspects. Do you have what it takes to solve the crime?
8 – Tour the International Tennis Hall of Fame (All Weekend)
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.
9 – Newport County Residents Tour The Newport Mansions For Free (Sunday & Monday)
The Preservation Society of Newport County invites all Newport County residents to visit the Newport Mansions for free on Sunday, October 4 and Monday, October 5, 2015, as it continues celebrating its 70th anniversary.