It’s time for Newport’s Daffodil Days Festival, which begins this weekend and runs through April 23. Opening ceremonies take place Saturday at 1 p.m. at Bowen’s and Bannister’s wharves, followed by a Daffy Doggie Parade to Queen Anne Square at 2 p.m. On Sunday, take an Easter stroll along the Cliff Walk from 1 to 3 p.m. and admire more than 50,000 daffodils. At 2 p.m., cyclists will meet at Touro Park for the annual Tour de Jonquilles Bike Ride to view daffodils planted throughout the city. newportdaffydays.com.
Fairy Garden Days
The Roger Williams Park Botanical Center holds its annual Fairy Garden Days beginning Saturday through April 30. The two-week event will feature more than 100 handmade houses on display in the center’s greenhouses, games in the Gnome Village, a scavenger hunt, play areas and a daily ladybug release. 1000 Elmwood Ave., Providence. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday. $7 ages 13-64, $4 children 6-12 and seniors, free for children under 6. (401) 785-9450, providenceri.com/botanical-center.
Linden Place Museum will hold monthly walking tours of the mansion and downtown Bristol that focus on the DeWolf family and their involvement in the transatlantic slave trade. The first tour is Saturday at 10 a.m. and subsequent tours will be May 13, June 17, July 15, Aug. 12, Sept. 16 and Oct. 14. $20, $15 for Linden Place members. Includes a complimentary drink at the DeWolf Tavern. Reservations are required and the tour is limited to 15 people. 500 Hope St., Bristol. Call (401) 253-0390 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Children ages 12 and up can learn about the Ukrainian tradition of dyeing eggs, called pysanky, Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon at the Audubon Society of Rhode Island’s Powder Mill Ledges Wildlife Refuge. Participants learn how to design, plan and dye the eggs and will create one egg. All supplies provided. 12 Sanderson Rd., Smithfield. $30, ASRI members $25. Registration required. (401) 949-5454, asri.org.
‘Harold and Maude’
The Columbus Film Club presents a showing of the 1971 cult classic “Harold and Maude” Sunday at 3 p.m. The movie, directed by Hal Ashby, tells of the unlikely romance between Harold, a death-obsessed young man played by Bud Cort, and an unconventional octogenarian played by Ruth Gordon. The film will be shown in the upstairs venue at the Columbus Theatre, 270 Broadway, Providence. For information, go to columbustheatre.com and click on Upcoming Events. Tickets are $10.