Things To Do
One of the most exciting things about the John H. Chafee Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor is that there is always something going on the Valley. Whether you are looking for an event to take your family to, a concert or other performance to attend, a recreational experience, or want to know more about the current projects the Corridor Commission is working on, you will discover that the Valley is a busy place. Check out what's going on!Great Road, in Lincoln, RI, or Evening Entertainment Venues and Farms, Stand and Markets across the Valley. Othe DeTours will bring you to sites about the Blackstone Canal and the Industrial History of the region.
Did You Know?
The classic American Diner is another Blackstone Valley innovation. In 1872, Walter Scott began selling food from a horse drawn covered wagon in Providence, RI. In 1887, the first diner manufacturer opened in Worcester, MA.