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Upcoming Events

Butterflies in the Park @ Museum of Natural History and Planetarium
Jun 23 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am

Butterflies fluttering amidst sun-drenched meadows are a sure sign of summer. Hunt for butterflies in the sweeping lawns and hidden spaces of Roger Williams Park. Our museum naturalist will help you discover how to find and identify these flying jewels. Please wear sturdy shoes. Walk meets at the Museum of Natural History.

Program fee per session: Free as part of the RWP Conservancy Spring Tours. Children under age 4 are not permitted. Pets are not permitted.

Pre-registration is preferred. Call 401.680.7224 or email to register.


Federal Hill Summer Festival @ Federal Hill
Jun 23 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 pm

The Federal Hill Commerce Association is pleased to announce the Federal Hill Summer Festival will take place on historic Federal Hill from Friday, June 22 through Sunday, June 24. The Summer Festival will showcase the best of Federal Hill’s restaurants, shops and more. Additionally, dozens of food and retail vendors, games and amusement rides will line Atwells Avenue.

The festival runs from
5pm – 11pm on Friday,
10am -11pm on Saturday
10 am – 11 pm Sunday.

The entertainment lineup features three entertainment stages offering various performances. On Sunday June 25th parishioners from the Catholic diocese will honor Saint Joseph with a procession at 12pm after an Italian Mass at 11am at Holy Ghost Church. Atwells Avenue for the entire festival will be closed from Dean to Sutton Streets.

Stage One- DePasquale Plaza
Friday Night – June 22: Domenic De Pasquale  6pm – 10pm
Saturday – June 23: DJ RJ 1pm – 5pm: Ron Sands & Lady D, 6pm – 10pm
Sunday – June 24: Ambrosiani 1pm – 5pm: Steve Anthony 6pm – 10pm
Stage 2 – Bank of America
Friday – June 22: Roger Ceresi 7pm- 11pm
Saturday – June 23: Al – DJ 1pm – 5pm: Roger Black – Elvis 6pm – 10pm
Sunday – June 24: Downstairs Band 1pm – 5pm: Vinny Lato 6pm – 10pm
Stage 3 – St. John’s Park (Atwells & Sutton Streets)
Friday – June 22: Eddie the Fixer – DJ 6pm -10pm
Saturday – June 23: Eddie the Fixer – DJ 1pm – 5pm: Legacy Band 6pm – 10pm
Sunday – June 24: Timeless 1pm – 4pm:  Tribeca 6pm -10pm

Kids Craft Day @ Fayweather House
Jun 23 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Calling all kids! Try your hand at making a variety of kid-friendly crafts and activities. Free.
Fayweather House: Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.


Pete the Cat will be at Edaville! @ Edaville Theme Park
Jun 23 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Pete the Cat:  click here for a free coloring page!

Come RIDE, ROAR, and EXPLORE at the exciting world of Edaville! With 3 PARKS IN 1, you can ride through Cran-Central, roar throughout Dino Land, and explore with Thomas & Friends through the magical Island of Sodor! Admission includes all rides & attractions.

Come get groovy with Pete the Cat. Do you have magic sunglasses or groovy buttons? Make sure to wear them! Meet and Greets available throughout the day. The last Meet and Greet is a half hour before the park closes.

Touch a Truck @ Emerald Square Mall
Jun 23 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Join Emerald Square and the North Attleboro Police Department for our annual Touch a Truck on Saturday, June 23rd from 10 AM – 12 PM. Emergency vehicles, big rigs, and trucks of all sizes will be in attendance.

Plus, enjoy live music, activities, games, fingerprinting, and much much more! This year, we will not be offering car seat safety checks, however interested families can contact NAPD to schedule a check- call 508-695-1212 for additional details.

We are excited to have members of our local community like Bloom- Gardening For Good as dozen of mall retailers like Wireless Zone, Josh’s Toys & Games, Vans, and more join us in the South Lot.

Suggested donation of $5/per family will benefit the Simon Youth Foundation and the North Attleboro Police Department’s Torch Run for Special Olympics.


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