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Under the guidance of experienced cyclists with spellbinding quadriceps, you'll gleefully glide atop a 21-speed hybrid all-terrain bicycle as you soak in stellar views of the City by the Sea. Tour itineraries are flexible enough to accommodate the abilities and desires of each group of riders, but tours often pass through the scenic Sachuest Point National Wildlife Preserve, Norman’s Bird Sanctuary, downtown Newport, and Bellevue Avenue's row of historic mansions without the crippling financial risk of landing on Park Place. The pace of pedaling is determined by each group, with complete roundabouts ranging between one and two hours in length and traversing anywhere from 5 to 20 miles of land. At the time of your tour, you may choose to upgrade to a two-hour journey for an additional $15 charge.
82 Purgatory Road
Middletown,
RI
US
For a lot of people, the decision to be active and healthy is rarely for purely physical reasons. It can have a huge impact on wellbeing and self-esteem, which is why trainer Jackie Henderson incorporates her background in psychology and life coaching to support clients through what can be a daunting process. Making the process even easier is a diverse class schedule that appeals to all kinds of students: there's everything from barre and cardio dance to TRX full body and cardio abs.
926 Aquidneck Ave
Middletown,
RI
US
Step 1. Purchase your Groupon using the buy button at the top of this page.Step 2. Locate your redemption code, which differs from the Groupon number and can be found in the center of the voucher. The voucher is viewable in the mobile app or by going to My Groupons and clicking the print link.Step 3. Visit The Young Scientists Club's redemption page, select "Add to Cart," and enter the redemption code located in the center of your Groupon into the "Coupon Code" field at checkout.Step 4. Enjoy!
27 Intrepid Ln
Jamestown,
RI
US
The Newport Summer Jam 2011, a benefit concert for the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center, invigorates concertgoers with a lineup of notable blues and jazz performances along the Newport waterfront. Jazz wunderkind Grace Kelly—a 19-year-old alto saxophonist, singer, and composer whose musical prowess has garnered praise from Wynton Marsalis and NPR—kicks off the night with an energy-drenched set wrought with proficient playing and living, sentient brass. Blues legends James Montgomery, a harmonica virtuoso known for recording with Kid Rock and sitting in with Gregg Allman, and Duke Robillard, a guitarist recognized for his work with Bob Dylan and Tom Waits, join Kelly onstage for a group jam session applied liberally to huge slices of toast.
4 Bowens Wharf
Newport,
RI
US
The candy kitchen's massive copper kettle predating World War II is certainly an eye catcher, but the nostalgic sights and smells of candy filling rows of white shelves is what overwhelms most people when they step inside Kilwin’s. For more than two generations, the original recipes of founders Don and Katy Kilwin have been used to handcraft more than 75 confections such as chocolates, caramels, and specialty fudge. Aside from some newer equipment, head candy cook Bill Hoffman and his team still abide by Don’s candy-making methods and use original equipment when possible. Inside the old-fashioned candy shop, a burnished copper-kettle-fire mixer fashions each piece of peanut brittle, a cold room solidifies almond-toffee crunch, and a manatee that swallowed a freezer still makes every sea-foam candy. In addition to candy, Kilwin’s has created more than 32 flavors of original-recipe ice cream since 1985 with farm-fresh rBHT-free milk and cream from Michigan farms.
262 Thames St.
Newport,
RI
US
After making their very first T-shirt, a pair of brothers knew what they wanted to do with the rest of their lives. They didn't know much about business or design, but they knew what they liked. They put a childhood drawing of a grinning face on shirt and framed it with the phrase "Life is Good." It became both their brand and their philosophy, and they and their products soon headed to multiple cities. The stores still sell plenty of uplifting apparel, donating 10% of their net profit to help kids in need. In local stores such as Life is Good Newport, the shelves boast a greater variety of products, including fashion for women, men, and kids and themed sports apparel from the likes of the NFL, NHL, MLB and NBA to Under Armour and even doggie toys and leashes in the Life is Good theme.
164 Thames St
Newport,
RI
US
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