Once the sun sets over Block Island sound Friday night, and the sweet salt air mixes with the spirit of carnival, the annual Misquamicut Spring Fest will be underway. Coastal Westerly, one of the most scenic wonders our little state boasts, will come to life as merry makers from Western Connecticut to Woonsocket flood Misquamicut Beach in the hopes of finding fun and frivolity. If you decide to partake in the beach front festivities, you’ll be sure to run into our RIHI Remote Team—donning their favorite flip flops—and sharing our newest line of bathroom tub and shower conversions with all fellow sun worshipers. Let’s all leave the memories of this horrid winter in our collective rearview mirrors and enjoy as much of this weather we can—while we discuss windows, roofing, and other fun summer projects .
No matter what age you are—8 or 80—you’ll find something entertaining at the Misquamicut Spring Fest. This particular event never disappoints, promising three days of sun-drenched excitement for every member of the family. You’ll encounter all your carnival favorites, such as bumper cars, the fun house, and the vertigo-inducing Tilt-A-Whirl—not to mention classics like skee ball, pop-the-balloon, and a little good old fashioned Whac-a-Mole to get that work week aggression out of your system.
Whatever you do, don’t leave your appetite at home. The festival will sport an eclectic range of food—from Rhode Island favorites lobster, fish and chips, clam cakes, and chowder to ice cream, cotton candy, and dough boys. There’ll also be plenty of Del’s lemonade to cool your core when the fun starts to heat up. Speaking of heat, it’ll be difficult to miss the renowned Bending Gravity Fire Juggler roaming the shore during the weekend. Nothing says summer like a guy juggling fire!
Despite the sun and the Fire Juggler, the hottest entertainment can be found at our RIHI Remote Booth. Stop in between car shows and petting zoos to find out just how easy maintaining your home can be with any of our scorching new Protec products. Again, if you don’t find yourself frolicking about Rhode Island’s southernmost town this weekend, you can always talk with one of us at 401-739-1001.