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· Enjoy a classic New England Clambake and cocktails at Hyatt Regency on Goat Island Thursday at 6pm (September 1). www.goatislanddining.com
· The Newport Dinner Train presents a day out with Thomas the Tank Engine, with arts and crafts, storytelling and activities for the whole family. Trips depart the train depot Thursday through Sunday, every 45 minutes, 9:30am to 4pm. (September 1-4). www.newportdinnertrain.com
· Explore the history of alcohol in Newport with stories of taverns, distillers, rum runners and more, on the Rum & Revolution Walking Tour, departing the Museum of Newport History in Washington Square, 11am Saturday (September 3). www.newporthistorytours.org
· Check out Firehouse Theater’s improvisational comedy shows Friday and Saturday nights, starting at 8pm. (September 2-3). www.firehousetheater.org
· Get your Irish on at the Yachting Center’s Newport Waterfront Irish Festival Saturday, Sunday and Monday with live music, food, a biergarten and weingarten, kids activities and more. (September 3-5). www.newportwaterfrontevents.com
· The 32nd annual Classic Yacht Regatta presents two days of racing this weekend, out of the Museum of Yachting, with a classic yacht parade around the harbor Sunday at 10:30am. (September 3-4). www.moy.org
· The 20th anniversary Newport Polo team welcomes Team England to the lawns of The Glen in Portsmouth, Saturday at 4pm. www.nptpolo.com
· Then bring family, friends, lawn chairs and blankets to salute the end of summer Saturday night with a live concert and fireworks show on Dewey Field at Naval Station Newport. It’s free and open to the public, and you can enter Gate 1 off the Connell Highway Rotary starting at 5pm. (September 3)

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