Your Weekend Rundown in RI

Celebrate Earth Day, pie fight for a good cause, and much more

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April 19: Be delighted by the historic houses and gardens of New England with Willit Mason’s New England visitors guidebook presentation and book signing at Blithewold Mansion.

April 19: Take a free guided Art Bus tour and get ready to see 18 of the city's hottest "art spots" as they open their doors for Gallery Night.

April 19-April 20: Get ready for Legopalooza at the Providence Children’s Museum and apply your lego building skills with fun challenges and creative problem solving.

April 19-May 12: Be awed by the beautiful clay creations of New England artists during South County Art Association’s Earthworks exhibition; the 45th Open Juried Clay Annual.

April 19-May 27: Don’t miss your chance to see The Gamm Theater take the stage in Pawtucket for the opening night of the Shakespeare classic, As You Like It.

April 20-21: Prepare for a “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” experience as the family musical and Disney classic Mary Poppins takes the stage at the URI theatre.

April 21: Join The Dorrance as they kickstart ALS Awareness Month by hosting "The Great American Pie Fight- The Dorrance vs. ALS” fundraiser, and enjoy live entertainment, open bar, signature ALS cocktails, hor d'oeuvres, a silent auction, and one awesome pie fight.

April 21: Grab your yellow jersey and decorate your bike for Newport’s Tour de Jonquilles Bike ride, an annual Daffodil Days festivity, ending at Ballard park where 18,000 daffodils are in bloom.

April 21: Channel your inner artist and paint the daffodils along the Newport Cliff Walk with “Dabble and Doodle the Daffys,” part of the Newport Daffodil Days celebrations.

April 21: Celebrate Earth Day weekend by joining Save The Bay for a shoreline cleanup at Easton's Beach in Middletown.