Savoy Bookshop & Café presents an author presentation and book signing with Rhode Island resident Robert Curley, the author of 100 Things to Do in Rhode Island Before You Die. This event is free and open to the public.
About the Book
From sunrise in the shadow of the Beavertail lighthouse to sunset on the deck of the Coast Guard House, 100 Things to Do in Rhode Island Before You Die will fill your days with experiences of a lifetime in the Ocean State. Fuel up for adventure with “only in Rhode Island” treats like Del’s lemonade, coffee “cabinets,” and New York System Wieners, then set course for a 12-meter yacht sail on Narragansett Bay, a day trip to Block Island to collect glass orbs and scale the Mohegan Bluffs, and a walk on the wide side of historic Newport’s Cliff Walk. You’ll meet polo ponies, harbor seals, and some leafy green animals by day, and fill your nights with the sounds of live music at the Ocean Mist beach bar and the Rhythm and Roots festival and the sights (and smells) of Providence’s Waterfire. Author Bob Curley has always lived within hailing distance of the sea, moving from his native Long Island to Rhode Island more than two decades ago and quickly falling in love with the quirky character and rich history of his adopted home. His carefully curated attractions and itineraries are your personal “Rhode Trip” for creating big memories in the littlest state.
About the Author
Bob Curley is a freelance travel writer and guidebook author who has written extensively about his home state of Rhode Island as well as his other favorite islands in the Caribbean. His work has appeared in hundreds of print and online publications including Rhode Island Monthly, Providence Monthly, Newport Life, Coastal Living, AFAR, USA Today, and Four Seasons magazine. When he’s not off exploring he lives in a lakeside cottage with his wife, dog, cat, and several very large raccoons, with a rushing waterfall, croaking bullfrogs, and honking geese providing the soundtrack to summer, and sunrises over the water for wakeup calls on winter mornings.