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Follow Kidoinfo on instagram @kidoinfo: I created a hashtag to keep track of all the adventures we try. Watch the sunset over downtown Providence from Prospect Terrace. Enjoy concerts at Waterplace Park in downtown Providence. Find the pirate ship in the 49-foot ceramic mural located near the playground. Play at Dexter Park located next to the Cranston Armory in Providence.
Cedar Street Grille redefines the American Bistro concept.
Head Chef Nick Faucher has created an extraordinary menu that features an eclectic mix of small plates, sliders, and seasonal entrees.
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Many productions are cast through open community auditions.Located in Sturbridge, Massachusetts our central MA location is in close proximity to Boston, Springfield, Worcester, Providence RI, and Hartford CT making us a perfect gathering venue!Experience the Publick House for your dining, accommodations, weddings and everything else in between.Consider 100 Things To Do with Kids in Rhode Island Kidoinfo’s Bucket List, filled with things to do with your children before they grow up! Visit Touro Synagogue, America’s oldest synagogue, in Newport. Experience the Newport Folk Festival at Fort Adams State Park. Visit the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport. Stroll the Cliff Walk in Newport and imagine living in the opulent mansions. Spend the night at the Rose Island Lighthouse in Newport. During time-outs, kids run on to the field to stomp down divots. Fun, food, culture, and history–all unique to our area: these are things we believe every young Rhode Islander should see and do. Go for a ride on the East Bay bike path from Providence to Bristol. Watch Movies on the Block outside on Thursday evenings (June-September) in downtown Providence. Fly a kite at Breton State Park along Ocean Drive in Newport.