Your Weekend Must-Do's in RI

Have fun for all ages with these top picks

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April 19: “Don’t Back Down” from the chance to see Damn the Torpedoes: A Tom Petty Tribute at Greenwich Odeum. 

April 19: Spring is here, and so is the line-up for Providence's Food Truck Fridays in Carousel Village. End your week sipping and savoring local offerings, plus live music and activities for kids. 

April 19 & 20: Hop on over to the Carousel in Roger Williams Park and bring the little ones to see the Easter Bunny. Don’t forget to bring the camera for some cute, cuddly photos. 

April 20: Enjoy local artwork at the WaterFire Art & Craft Festival in Providence this Saturday. This event is free and open to families of all ages and includes tons of food vendors and live music.  

Through April 21: Celebrate spring in the City By The Sea with Newport's 6th Annual Daffodil Days Festival. Enjoy fun-for-all ages and family friendly activities throughout the city, from Daffy Dancing at the Newport Public Library to Daffy Trolley Tours, and more.

Through April 21: Warren's Imago Gallery showcases “Migration,” a special exhibit by artists like Harriet Diamond, whose installation sculpture focuses on the horrors of the Syrian war and displacement and other artists exploring humanity and journey. 

Through April 27: Wakefield's Contemporary Theater Company  presents Gypsy, a musical featuring unforgettable song and story chronicling the end of vaude-ville for one troubled family. 

Through April 28: Bring the whole family to Roger Williams’ Botanical Center for a magical trip through its gorgeous greenhouses. This interactive event includes an enchanted scavenger hunt based on timeless children’s stories and an array of whimsical, miniature fairy homes for you and the kids to explore along the way.

Through April 28: The Bristol Art Museum's “Seeds of Inspiration” exhibit showcases works of art with roots in everything from lifestyle to nature and food to family. Featuring painting, photography, and sculpture.