Upcoming Events


 2015 Summer Concert Series At the Gazebo   6:00-8:00
Dan Moretti & the Hammond Boys July 31st Soul-Jazz with killer grooves and passion
Boot Hill Band August 7th Southern rock , classic country rock from the 70's & 80's
Mary Pierce August 14th Folk/Celtic Music
Boat Cake August 21st Acoustic type duo. Classic rock to country and a little bit in between
Big Cat Blues  August 28th Playing the West Coast and Chicago Blues music by such greats as
Stevie Ray Vaughn, Little Charlie and the Night Cats, James Cotton
and Commander Cody
Foreverly Brothers September 4th Everly Brothers Music

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The Narragansett Lions Club
43rd Annual Blessing of the Fleet Road Race
July 25th


Approximately 3900 runners, walkers and wheelchair entrants compete in this event which starts with a scenic, 10-mile road race on Friday evening.  The course winds through historic Narragansett and is officially sanctioned and listed as one of the top three races of its distance in New England.
Check-in: Starts at 12 noon day of the race at the Narragansett Pier School
Start Times: 
Walkers: 5:00pm
Wheelchairs: 5:45pm
Runners: 6:00pm
For more information visit: www.narragansettlionsclub.com


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Gansett Days
Also Contributing to "Gansett Days":
Narragansett School System, Narragansett Preservation Association, Moonstone Oysters, East Coast Shellfish Growers Association, RI Philharmonic Orchestra Music School, Warm Winds Ltd., Narragansett Surf and Skate Shop, Natural Fitness Yoga and The Towers. 

For more information click: Here
2015 Summer Pickle Ball/ Recreational Play

Narragansett Recreation Department
170 Clarke Road
Monday/Wednesday/Friday
9:30 am

Contact: Gideon Drainville 284-2227
​Narrow River Preservation Association & Narrow River Land Trust Presents
 Full Moon Rising Sunset Paddle (July 31st, beginning at 4:30 PM): The eighth Annual Pettaquamscutt Paddle, sponsored by Narrow River Kayaks, is an annual guided kayak paddle scheduled during the waxing of July's Full Buck Moon. Witness the splendor and peacefulness of the tidal inlet and salt marsh as the full moon rises over the Atlantic while the sun sets. Presentations on geology and natural history are provided along the way. 

Art on the River (August 15th, 9-11 AM):  Local artists will give Instruction to adults in drawing and painting scenes of the Middlebridge area, while children will have their own guided artistic activities. Bring your easels or sketch pads or cameras to capture the beauty of this iconic site. Sketch your version of an expansive landscape view or crouch down and capture a still life view of oysters on the fringe of the salt marsh.  In addition, “plein air” (open air) painters and other artists will be demonstrating their techniques. 

‘Gansett Days (September 20th)- We will do another of our popular “What lives in the River?” events.

Land Trust Days (September 26th, 10-12 AM): Our contribution to a state-wide celebration of special green spaces just outside your door. Departing from the Center, join us for an all ages guided walk across the bridge and through the Garrison House Acres Narrow River Land Trust property. The tour will discuss the significance of the Jireh Bull Garrison House to King Phillips War, natural history and on-going activities to improve wildlife habitat.  Please wear sturdy shoes and bring binoculars if you can.

Questions and Reservations will be handled through the NPRA website, www.narrowriver.org.

Rhode Island All State High School Philharmonic
 Date: July 30th
Time: 6:00pm
Place: Gazebo Park