Courtney Dell'Agnese

19 Ways to Spend New Year’s Eve in Rhode Island

We’ve rounded up some local ways to ring in 2019, including family-friendly events, upscale soirees and fancy dinners.

What are you doin’ for New Year’s Eve? Don’t fret over your lack of plans for the holiday because we’ve rounded up some local ways to ring in 2018 and celebrate whichever way you like.

Five Can’t-Miss Events: Nov. 29–Dec. 5

Find fun goodies at an outdoor holiday market, take a Polaroid picture with Santa, satisfy your sweet tooth with a create-your-own cookie box and more fun things to do.

Find fun goodies at an outdoor holiday market, take a Polaroid picture with Santa, satisfy your sweet tooth with a create-your-own cookie box and more fun things to do.

Party Photos: Best of Rhode Island

The event raised thousands for Learn It to Earn It, an education program that provides Rhode Island students from urban areas with access to Broadway shows.

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Five Can’t-Miss Events: Nov. 15–21

Explore the Creative Capital, savor Thanksgiving dinner (early!) with family and friends, peruse one-of-a-kind items at a holiday fair and more fun things to do.

Explore the Creative Capital, savor Thanksgiving dinner (early!) with family and friends, peruse one-of-a-kind items at a holiday fair and more fun things to do.

Frog and Toad Expands to the West Side of Providence

Explore the eclectic gift shop where you can find the perfect holiday gift for that hard-to-buy-for person.

Down the street from Nice Slice Pizzeria, across the street from Classical High School and next to White Electric Coffee, you’ll find a quirky storefront nestled on busy Westminster Street in Providence that’s home to Frog and Toad’s brand new location.