If you’ve been reading this blog for a while now, you know how much I love Providence and its neighborhood events. Providence is one of those cities that pretends to not be hipster, but then hosts things like Cyclovia, shutting down main streets to grant bikers a car-free passage. I mean, not every city cares about things like allowing the biking community to grow and encouraging the youngest of cyclists to hone their skills in a safe environment…pretty cool of you, Pvd. And what better way to spread the earthy crunchy granola go-green mission of our lovely little community than with a Sunday celebration? Live music, arts and crafts, food trucks (Alex’s bacon-wrapped meatloaf sandwich from the Wurst Kitchen, I love you), and free DIY trail mix stations courtesy of our local Whole Foods…I couldn’t keep myself away if I tried. Seriously, if you like random weekend block parties and you’ve never visited Providence, you should proooobably get your priorities in order.
Ps- how adorable are my niece’s little ballerina socks?! I can’t even handle it.
PPs- the fact that the live music included what appeared to be an elderly Jewish man singing songs in Hebrew and accompanying himself on some sort of ukelele, and a band of seriously rocking 40-somethings just makes me love this town that much more.