The Weekend Rundown: September 15-17

Misquamicut Fallfest throws one last hoorah at the beach and Weird Al comes to Providence

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All Weekend: Bid the season a fond farewell at Misquamicut Fallfest, a late-summer family festival with carnival rides and games, a music tent, an international food court and a classic car show.

All Weekend: Maximize your hometown pride at Gansett Days 2017: A Celebration of Narragansett. The three-day festival includes movies and concerts in the gazebo, kayaking on Narrow River, a scavenger hunt, sandcastle building and lifeguard demos, walking tours, clamming for kids and more.

All Weekend: Design Week RI, the annual celebration and showcase of design, returns with an inspiring lineup of speakers and artists. The festivities officially started earlier in the week, but the official kickoff party is happening on September 15 in Providence. Check the website for a full list of events and speakers, and don’t miss the RI Design Hall of Fame party on September 21.

All Weekend: International artists are taking over Westerly for Bricks and Murals, a multi-day celebration of public art. Watch as these artists paint stunning murals all over downtown to commemorate the town’s history and culture, and enjoy live music, beer gardens and more.

September 16: The Firefly Yoga Festival comes back to Glen Park in Portsmouth. The day of wellness will feature outdoor yoga classes, live music, local artists, tarot card readers, a food tent and more.

September 16: Things will get “White and Nerdy” when Weird Al Yankovic makes an appearance at The Columbus Theatre for a screening of his cult classic UHF. The parody songster – admit it, you thought “Word Crimes” was surprisingly clever – will do a Q&A after the movie.