Your Wicked Fun Weekend Rundown in RI

Get a running start on St. Patty's Day, savor Newport Restaurant Week, shop artisan markets and more...

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Now - March 11: Savor deliciously affordable 3-course meals at over 50 restaurants throughout Newport and Bristol County with Newport Restaurant Week

Now - March 31: See exhibits by two South County artists at The Hera Gallery in Wakefield: New Work by Ed Ferszt and FLUX: Cycles of Change by Sarah Swift, which both draw inspiration from the elements.

March 8-12: See theater in a whole new way when The Wilbury Group turns the Cable Car Cinema into an interactive stage with their truly art-imitates-life performance of The Flick

March 9: Rock out to the sounds of swing, boogie woogie, and Motown when Eight to the Bar performs at Westerly's Knickerbocker Music Center

March 9–11: Brace yourself, because things are going to get loud at Monster Jam when monster ATVs, speedsters, and iconic monster trucks fill The Dunk with daring motorsports.

March 9-18: See Festival Ballet's second installment of Up Close on Hope with the Black Box Theatre series, and enjoy a diverse range of dance, drama, and thrilling choreography. 

March 10: Put your luckiest running shoes on for a St. Patty's Day 5k with the Tour De Patrick, leading up to the Providence St. Patrick's Day Parade that same day. 

March 10-18: Have fun getting brainy when Brain Week Rhode Island kicks off their week of family-friendly events, ranging from opportunities to learn about brain research to fun brain-themed activities for all ages. 

March 11: Spend Sunday morning at The Providence Flea, which hosts a winter market at Hope High School on the East Side. Everything from Pinterest-worthy refinished furniture to vintage pop culture kitsch will be up for grabs.

March 11: Sip local brews while admiring handcrafted works by local artists when the Field of Artisans winter market pops up at the Whaler's Brewing Company in Wakefield.