It’s that time once again! Join us in sampling delicious foods at the 4th Annual Taste of Warren fundraiser for the Historic Warren Armory!
Above: images taken at the 3rd Annual Taste of Warren.
Warren is known for its abundant great eateries and this year ‘Taste of Warren’ is being held at Armory Hall on Thursday, March 7, 2019 (6:30 – 8:30 PM) where you can enjoy many offerings from amazing local restaurants in one location in addition to being able to sample wines, craft beers and selected spirits.
Our Doors will be Open at 5:30pm and the Art Night Trolley will make its last stop here at approximately 8:30pm.
Come and see the most recent phase of completed restoration to the Armory Hall wall murals!
Indian Chief, restored.
Armory Hall, in the heart of the Town of Warren’s Historic Waterfront Historic District, was built in 1842 and has been the center of civic, social, military and cultural activities and events now for over 175 years. Restoration of Armory hall has been ongoing now for ten years uncovering many historic surprises including unique 19th-century wall paintings of Indians and Warren Artillery Company soldiers.
Enjoy a great clam bake including beverages, a fabulous raffle and wonderful company on Sunday, September 9, 1:00pm at the Pete Sepe Pavilion in Warren, RI . All proceeds will go toward the continuing restoration of one of Warren’s historic treasures built in 1842. You can also purchase tickets on Historic Warren Armory’s face book page and web site. Your attendance and support will be sincerely appreciated!
Beach Scape with Wind Breaks by Richard V Simpson 1963
Please Join Us on Art Night, June 28th 6-9pm as The Historic Warren Armory hosts an exhibit to celebrate and honor the life and artwork of the late Richard V Simpson, Rhode Island native, historian, writer and artist who passed July 4, 2017.
Richard had returned to painting, which he’d begun in the late 1950’s, with a renewed sense of purpose in the last years of his life. He very much looked forward to sharing his work with the public again. Many were unaware of his deep love of art and knew him either as ‘the local historian’ or that he did an eclectic radio show through Roger Williams University, or maybe as the gentleman that was helping build the 4th of July parade float at the church. He was truly a man with many facets.
We hope you will come and take part in honoring Richard by celebrating the art he was rightfully so excited to share.
Extended hours this weekend at Historic Warren Armory:
Join us in sampling fantastic foods at The Taste of Warren fundraiser for the Historic Warren Armory! Warren is known as a foodie destination and on March 8th you can enjoy many of these amazing restaurants in one location. A minimum of 11 restaurants will participate along with three tables of wine and spirit tasting.
Tickets are only $25.00 each and all proceeds will be used for the restoration of our 1842 armory.
Warren Preservation Society celebrates its second historic site marker installed in front of the Warren Armory. The dedication ceremony is Thursday, June 15th at 6:30 PM at the Armory. Many thanks to Warren Heritage Foundation, the Armory and Warren DPW for contributing to this project. Thanks go to Warren Heritage Foundation, Historic Warren Armory, and Warren DPW for contributing to this project.
The Contra Dance from Doug Plummer on Vimeo.
Join us for a fun evening of good old-fashioned contra dancing! May 5th, 2017 7:30 ~ 10:30 pm $10/$8 students
Lucia Watson – caller
EmmaLee Holmes-Hicks on fiddle
Mike Sokolovsky on guitar & foot percussion