eNewsletter: November 3rd, 2017



This Weekend's Events In

Blackstone Valley.Blackstone Valley







 22nd Annual 

Fine Furnishing Show 


Nov. 3rd, 4 PM - 8 PM

Nov. 4th, 10 AM - 6 PM

Nov. 5th, 10 AM - 5 PM 


Pawtucket Armory Arts Center 

172 Exchange St. 

Pawtucket, RI










Footloose the Musical


 Nov. 3rd & 4th @ 7:30 PM

Nov. 5th @ 2:00 PM 


Stadium Theatre Performing Arts Centre

28 Monument Square

Woonsocket, RI 









The Gnomes


 Nov. 4th @ 8 PM


Blackstone River Theatre

549 Broad Street

Cumberland, RI










Cassandre McKinley


Marty Ballou, Jeff Dantona, 

Dave Mattacks & Scott Johnson


Nov. 4th @ 8 PM


Chans Eggrolls and Jazz

267 Main Street

Woonsocket, RI










Live at North Gate Concert Series:

Michael DiMucci


Nov. 5th @ 3 PM


Blackstone Valley Historical Society

1873 Old Louisquisset Pike

Lincoln, RI














Vote to bring 10 FREE concerts to

Woonsocket in 2018


 Now through 8 PM on Nov. 20th


 online at LevittFoundation.org





Blackstone Valley Tourism Council Upcoming Events.



Free movie showing:

"Lea to the Rescue"

November 4th @ 10 AM


Blackstone Valley Visitor Center

175 Main St., Pawtucket, RI



Keep Blackstone Valley Beautiful, invites you to attend a movie showing for The American Girl Movie "Lea To the Rescue".

Join us as this movie shares an environmental message of being good to animals and the rainforest ecosystem.

All girls will receive an American Girl goodie bag and leave with better knowledge about how we all can be good to our environment right here in Blackstone Valley.






Blackstone Valley

Polar Express

Weekends, Nov. 17th - Dec. 23rd


Blackstone Valley 

Train Depot

1 Depot Square

Woonsocket, RI



Step into the enchanted world of THE POLAR EXPRESS Train Ride in Blackstone Valley as the conductor shouts, "All Aboard!" 

Inspired by Chris Van Allsburg's Christmas classic, this family favorite becomes reality during a 3-hour event that includes a 90-minute excursion on a real-life train with storytelling, sing-a-longs, games, delicious cookies, hot chocolate served in a collectible souvenir mug, and a special visit from Santa where he personally delivers the first gift of Christmas to every child.







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