Off the Beaten ‘Parade’ Path

15 Mar
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Tree-to-Table: Register at asri.org now for Coventry’s Maple Sugaring Tours, one of a few alternatives this weekend.

It’s not all about St. Patrick today in little Rhody! If you’re looking for something less crowded and more ahem sober, check out quahog.org, our new favorite guide online to the best of the”Ocean State’s history, culture, and quirks.” Some highlights we found for today are the Prudence Island Tour and Seal Watch out of Bristol or the Maple Sugaring Tours in Coventry, both great options for the milder weather we’re expecting. Back in Bristol tonight at Coggeshall Farm Museum, enjoy a historical cooking workshop, where participants will work from the first published American cookbook to enjoy a truly colonial, farm-to-table dinner by candlelight, of course. And the Kitchen to Table Exhibit, tomorrow, at Warwick’s Clouds Hill Victorian Museum showcases food prep and presentation over the years with myriad tablescapes from casual to formal. Just a few suggestions for the more laid back of our Festival goers this weekend. Of course if you decide to enjoy one of the major parades, either in Newport or Providence, or even Boston, have a lucky libation or two for us – that sounds pretty good, too! Cheers, stay well and stay tuned…

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