Every year since 1966, from May through June, Pawtuxet Village plays host to the Gaspee Days Celebration, an event marking America's First Blow For Freedom, the burning of the Gaspee. The festival features an arts & crafts fair, a colonial gala ball, a children's costume contest, a colonial encampment, and the annual Gaspee Parade along Narragansett Parkway. A mock Colonial battle ensues, culminating with the symbolic burning of the Gaspee. Call 781-1772 for information about the dates and times for this year's festivities
This 9-hole public course offers golfing set against picturesque Warwick Cove. A member of the U.S. Golf Association, there is a PGA pro on staff for lessons or advice. There is also a restaurant, lounge and pro shop on premises.
This heavily bunkered course has both large and small greens that are fairly fast. Water hazards (ponds) come into play on a number of holes. Geoffrey Cornish designed nine new holes, which were added in 1963.
This first-run movie theatre is located at the corner of Quaker Lane and Division St. A newly expanded 20-screen cinema, there are early show matinee bargains daily and late shows on Friday and Saturday nights. There are also group rates for 20 or more.
BounceU of Warwick is “Where Birthdays Come to Life!” We’ve created the perfect birthday party venue – with ginormous inflatables, dedicated, friendly party pros, who handle all the party details, and we personalize your party just the way you want it.