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Hocus Pocus in RI's Blackstone Valley

Blackstone Valley is buzzing with excitement as several spots in our region were used as locations for the new Disney+ movie, Hocus Pocus 2! Come visit these sites and enjoy the Witchy vibes....

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Pirates On The Blackstone | Set Sail For Adventure!



Have you heard of the RI Walks Challenge?

Are you ready to become a pirate? Weekends now through - October 30, 2022 expect excitement, surprises and shanty singing aboard The Explorer.


This 45-minute experience along the Blackstone River includes a 20-minute journey on the water that is great for children of all ages and includes a FREE GIFT! And of course there are fun activities and photo opportunities on shore before your trip. Come fully dressed as a pirate to increase the fun!





Halloween & Related Events

·     Opening Friday, September 30 @ 6 - 10 pm - 13th World, running weekends through October 30 Diamond Hill Park, Cumberland. MORE INFO


·     Opening Friday, September 30 @ 7 - 10 pm - Seven Cedars Haunted Hayride, running weekends through October 30, Seven Cedars Farm, Smithfield. MORE INFO


·     Various Dates & Times in October - Day Tours of the Conjuring House - The Conjuring House, Burrillville MORE INFO


·     Saturday, October 1 @ 11 am - 4 pm Great Townie Pumpkin Festival, Crescent Park Carousel MORE INFO

·     Opening Friday, October 7 through Saturday October 29- Fright Night at Slater Park, Slater Memorial Park, Pawtucket. MORE INFO


·     Saturday, October 15 @ 11 am - 5 pm - Glocester Scarecrow Festival, Chepachet Village, Glocester. MORE INFO


·     Saturday, October 15 @ 11:30 am - 2:30 pm: Jack O'Lantern Workshop for Kids - Blue Door Studio, Smithfield MORE INFO.


·     Saturday, October 15 & 29 @ 4 - 7 pm; Sunday, October 23 & 30 @ 1 - 4 pm Gone But Not Forgotten Mourning Exhibit & Tour, Hearthside House, Lincoln. MORE INFO


·     Saturday, October 29 @ 1 - 3 pm: Pawtucket Dog Park Howl-O-Ween Canine Costume Contest, Daggett Farm at Slater Park, Pawtucket. MORE INFO


·     Saturday, October 29 @ 12 - 3 pm: Trick or Treat on Main Street, Kent Pavilion on Main, Chepachet MORE INFO




Explorer River Tours Extended...

View the splendor of the Fall foliage aboard the E/V Explorer... River Tours have been extended Sundays, through October 30th at 2, 3 & 4 pm!








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