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Block Island, RI

The Block Island Arts and Crafts Guild’s membership includes photographers, authors, sculptors and jewelers.  Several times each summer, from 9 am to 2 pm, the Block Island Historical Society lawn (Old Town Rd and Ocean Ave) and becomes a showplace and marketplace for guild members.  Stop by, browse and choose a keepsake or a gift from among the many paintings, photographs, sculpture, jewelry, fabric arts, candles, and more.
There’s no charge for admission to the Fair. For more information about the sale or the treasures inside the Historical Society, call 401.466.2982 or go to 10% of all profits fund a scholarship for the BI School students.

Corn Neck Road, Block Island, RI

The Block Island Club is open to all during the summer with one-week, two-week, four-week and full-summer memberships. There is no initiation fee. Members have access to sailboats, kayaks, and tennis courts as well as swimming, sailing, tennis, and arts & crafts lessons for kids. We also offer Adult classes in sailing and tennis.

234 Weldon's Way, Block Island, RI

The Block Island Conservancy is open to all that share common concern for the preservation of Block Island’s open spaces. The Conservancy’s purpose is to protect Block Island’s natural heritage, rural character, and access to its resources. This is accomplished primarily by preserving land as open space through acquisition or via conservation easement. More than 40% of the Island is preserved as open space in perpetuity; a legacy that will be passed to future generations and will help maintain the heritage and character that is Block Island. The Education Center is generally open from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the high season.

91 Chapel Street, Block Island, RI

Originally founded in 1977, the Block Island Early Learning Center is a licensed facility providing pre-school and childcare programs committed to meeting the developmental needs of island children in accordance with early learning standards.  It is located at the Old Harbor Meadows.

(401) 466-9695
91 Chapel Street, Box 1237 Block Island, RI

The Foundation's mission is to improve economic and social conditions for residents of Block Island. BIED has built and manages a community center that provides child care and senior activities, operates an art gallery for local residents and rents residential units to residents.

Function Room including kitchen - holds up to 42 people


18 Old Town Road, Block Island, RI

The Block Island Historical Society Museum, Gallery & Shop is located at the intersection of Old Town Road and Ocean Avenue. It is listed as part of the National Register in the Old Harbor Historic District and was originally the home and farm of Gideon Rose.  The Museum has extensive collections of significant artifacts related to Block Island’s history and several displays.

Block Island, RI
216 Ocean Avenue, Block Island, RI

Founded in 1997 when a group of summer and year-round residents came together to save Smuggler's Cove from a developer, the mission of the Block Island Maritime Institute (BIMI) is to provide and foster educational programs and maritime activities including marine science and maritime heritage for residents and visitors on Block Island. Located on Ocean Avenue in New Harbor, and on the Great Salt Pond, BIMI offers maritime-related programs for children and adults, including harbor tours and guest lecturers.

(401) 500-3501
Box 456, Block Island, RI

The purposes of the Association are to serve as a medium for community, cultural, recreational and social activities, to advance the civic interests of Block Island, and to aid the residents in achieving the fullest enjoyment of its unique natural advantages.

(401) 207-3921
40 Center Road, Block Island, RI

Your spot for Block Island Information - where to stay, what to do, maps, getting here, special packages, and weddings, If you need information about Block Island - look here!

Attention Commodore or Secretary BIYC

Block Island's only Yacht Club - members only.

207 553-4000
9 Dodge St Block Island, RI

Established in 1875 the mission of the Island Free Library is to fulfill the informational, cultural, and recreational needs of its patrons by providing a full spectrum of library services, including access to print, audio, video, and electronic formats; fostering a lifelong love of reading with programs for children and adults; and promoting computer literacy through appropriate forms of instruction.  Nationally recognized for its public library service by Library Journal, the Island Free Library is one of Block Island’s most beloved destinations among islanders and visitors alike, young and old. Open year-round, it provides a central location, holds a unique position of importance within this remote community, and plays an integral part of island life.

High St Block Island, RI
401 466-2129
Corn Neck Rd, Block Island, RI

Open Thursday through Monday 10am – 4pm Closed Tuesday & Wednesday and on rainy days.

(401) 466-3200
Water Street, Block Island, RI

The Ocean View Foundation educates visitors and islanders on the natural history and beauty of Block Island. We encourage the celebration of its maritime culture, vernacular architecture and preserved open space.  The Foundation has preserved four-plus properties on the Island. The most visible and the first project encompasses a little over an acre, on a beautiful site, overlooking the Old Harbor. It was once the grounds of a grand late 19th century Victorian hotel. The Ocean View Foundation is host to annual community events held at the Pavilion: Earth Mother's Day in May and a Community Pot Luck in October. During the summer, the Pavilion is the venue for a weekly schedule of programs that include a Nature Walk around the site, Bird Banding, Bird Census, and an Art & Nature drawing program. 


315 Iron Horse Way, Suite 101, Providence, RI

The Rhode Island Commerce Corporation is the official full-service, economic development organization for the state of Rhode Island.  The corporation works with public, private and nonprofit partners to create the conditions for businesses in all sectors to thrive and to improve the quality of life for our citizens by promoting the state’s long-term economic health and prosperity.

Block Island, RI

Scenic Block Island is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit corporation that was formed in 1993 to preserve the character, history, charm and uniqueness of Block Island – those qualities that make residents and visitors alike value their time here.  The group was formed to encourage alternative options to the development of the property around the Spring House. It was successful in negotiating a conservation easement and a historic façade easement that ensured that the building and its beautiful setting remained as it had been for over 100 years.



(401) 218-5267
Mohegan Trail Block Island, RI

Tours offered during the summer months or by appointment

401 466-5009

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