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Things To Do While Visiting Harbor Lights This Spring



Harbor Lights is proud to call Warwick, Rhode Island, home. And with so many fantastic events, festivals, and things to do, your visit to Harbor Lights just wouldn’t be complete without a taste of what Warwick has to offer. Discover what makes Warwick a truly special place with these unique, recurring events, holidays, and more!


Things To Do Near and Around Harbor Lights


Easter Brunch at Harbor Lights

Before you hit the town, why not start with a healthy, hearty, Easter Sunday brunch? Happening on March 31, 2024, Harbor Lights is proud to host a special Easter Sunday brunch for the whole family. Featuring buffet-style offerings full of all your favorite sweet and savory lunch and breakfast treats, our Easter brunch promises to be a delicious experience! Plus, the Easter Bunny might even drop by for a visit. Reserve your seats now


3rd Annual Egg Hunt

If fun for the whole family is what you seek, the 3rd annual Tri-City Elks & Warwick Parks and Recreation Egg Hunt at Warwick City Park is sure to be a delight for your kids. The event starts on March 23, 2024 and will feature a traditional Easter egg hunt, food trucks, face painting, a bounce house, a live DJ, and of course, an appearance and photo opportunity with the Easter bunny. Grab your wicker baskets and keep your eyes peeled for any colorful little eggs at Warwick’s 3rd Annual Egg Hunt!


Bring Your Own Improv

Enjoy a night of fun and laughs every Friday at the Warwick Center for the Arts with its very own Bring Your Own Improv event! Featuring two different sets every evening, a family-friendly show at 8PM and a teens and adults-centered one at 10PM, these interactive shows could be your chance to flex your improv skills, or just sit back and have a good laugh as their professional improvisers take the stage.


Start your weekend off right with a night of improv at the Warwick Center for the Arts, whether you’re here to catch the family-friendly show with your kids, or want to stick around for the adult-oriented Caffeinated Insomniacs show.


Movie Night at Proclamation Ale Co

Every 1st Friday of the month, the Proclamation Ale Co. hosts a movie night starting at 8PM with a new movie every month. Movie nights at home starting to get a little stale? Why not head on down to the taproom at Proclamation Ale Co. in 298 Kilvert St, Warwick, for a good movie with friends and family and some delicious beer to boot?


With an extensive beer menu and a close, tight-knit community, Movie Night at Proclamation Ale Co. is an awesome event you don’t want to miss. Check out their list of upcoming events as well so you have even more of an excuse to grab a brewski!


Watercolor Wednesdays

Want to pick up a new hobby, or rediscover an old passion? Why not try watercolor painting? Happening every 3rd Wednesday of the month, Watercolor Wednesdays at the Warwick Center for the Arts is dedicated to spreading the joy of painting to experienced painters and beginners alike. Learn new watercolor techniques with fellow beginners, or put your own skills to practice by finishing a seasonal painting. 


Whether you’re just starting out, or starting on your hundredth painting, Watercolor Wednesdays are here to help you infuse a little bit of color into your weekday. 


Gaspee Days

Did you know that the first battle of the American Revolution happened right here in Warwick? In June 1772, colonists from Rhode Island burned down the British revenue schooner, the HMS Gaspee, in what is now recognized as the first act of bloodshed of the American Revolution. Since then, the Gaspee Days Committee has worked tirelessly to honor and commemorate this historic event with plenty of celebrations leading up to the annual burning of the Gaspee — or at least, a re-enactment of it, of course! Usually held in historic Pawtuxet Village, these events vary from an arts and crafts festival, a fireworks show, a 5k foot race, and a Gaspee Days parade. You can check out their full list of events and their respective dates, and be sure to check out any of these amazing events whenever you’re in town.


Farmers Market

Get a taste of proud Warwick’s local, freshly-grown produce at the Goddard Park Farmers Market, happening every Friday from 9AM to 1PM, starting in May till the end of October. Fill up on locally-grown fruits, vegetables, dairy, meat, seafood, and artisanal products that you won’t find anywhere else. There’s nothing quite like having a meal made from fresh produce, one that you can be sure came straight from the farm! 




Whether you’re here for a day or a week, time spent in Warwick is always time well spent! Book a slip with us today and experience a side of Warwick, RI, not everyone gets to see.

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