2016 Events (in a List format) *see also our calendar
What's It Worth, Wickford? (WIWW)
Saturday November 12th 9am-3pm.
Daniel Buck Soules, a thirty-five year appraiser (also an independent appraiser for the PBS Antiques Road Show for over eleven years), will be at the Castle. Daniel will let you know if that family prized possession, you were never allowed to touch as a child, you could have touched! $10 for one item, $25 for 3 items and members receive one free appraisal. You may bring more than 3 items.
To book a time slot, please contact the Smith's Castle office at: (401)-294-3521 or email the Castle at email@example.com
Christmas at the Castle
Saturday December 3, 2016 & Sunday December 4, 2016 12-4pm
The theme this year is The Twelve Days of Christmas, come find out about the true meaning of this well-known carol and learn about the Twelfth Night cake, which will be on display. Enjoy live entertainment: Sat. 1.30-2.30 Brown University Madrigal Singers (a Capella group), Sheila Reynolds, on guitar, will play Christmas carols the remainder of the afternoon. Sunday 12-1pm. Beacon Pole Hill DAR Dulcimer players, with Sheila Reynolds accompanying on guitar. 1-3pm St. Luke's Bell Choir called the Jubilate Ringers. Father Christmas both days, complimentary cider and cookies, the popular Docent Bake sale and an Ornament sale. There will be vendors selling: handmade jewelry, fresh wreaths and local photography. A Children's craft table, Christmas cookie decorating and Face painting. View the Gingerbread house made by the Exeter Job Corps culinary students, the Castle decorated by the docents in Colonial style with fresh greens. Our Gift Shop will be open and the Castle Docents dressed in Colonial attire are always happy to explain the history of Smith's Castle. Entertainment made possible by the North Kingstown Arts Council. Come and enjoy an old fashioned Christmas. Admission: Adults $6 children 6-12 $3. Children five and under and Members are always free. Family cap: $20, Guests 65 and over, Veterans, Active Military, Fire and Police $5.