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Gaspee Days Colonial Encampment
Pawtuxet Park, Narragansett Parkway, Warwick The Encampment gives visitors a feel for colonial military life. Dozens of Militia camp out for the weekend in authentic Revolutionary style. Hosted by the Pawtuxet Rangers, RIM.
Gaspee Days Fireworks Extravaganza
Friday Salter's Grove Park, Narragansett Parkway, Warwick Courtesy of the City of Warwick
A recreation, of sorts, of the fireworks that went off when the ship's powder magazine blew up after we burned the Gaspee in 1772.
42nd Annual Gaspee Days Parade
Saturday Along Narragansett Parkway, Warwick into Broad Street, Cranston Colonial fife & drum corps, Civil War era units, modern day drum & bugle corps, & much more
Gaspee Days Sunday in the Park
The Colonial encampment will be open to visit. Immediately followed by Colonial Military Maneuvers & the Burning of the Gaspee.
Gaspee Days Military Maneuvers & Uniform Fashion Show
Pawtuxet Park, Narragansett Parkway, Warwick Those pesky Redcoats and the Patriots Preceded by the Revolutionary War era uniform fashion show wherein our Colonial Combatants strut their stuff on the boardwalk.
Burning of the HMS Gaspee Sunday Pawtuxet Park Cove, Narragansett Parkway, Warwick
Ending the Gaspee Days Festivities, the symbolic burning of the ship that sparked the American Revolution.
article published 2/12/2007