Home to beaches, farmland, a wildlife refuge, Bishop Berkeley’s Whitehall, and some of the most interesting geological formations in Rhode Island, Paradise Valley embodies artistic, natural, social, and agricultural patterns that have played an important role in Rhode Island’s development and reflect larger regional patterns characteristic of New England in the 18th through 20th centuries.
We encourage you to learn more about this special place by attending our Fall 2016 Speaker Series focused on Paradise Valley. Register here: http://bit.ly/paradisevalleryri.
This program is presented by The Preservation Society of Newport County, Norman Bird Sanctuary, St. Columba's Chapel, and Whitehall Museum House. We are grateful to the Rhode Island Foundation for their support of this collaboration.