Incorporated in 1677 East Greenwich, or Green Town, was named after Greenwich County of Kent, England. Located on the western shore of Narragansett Bay, East Greenwich is bounded on the southwest by Exeter, the west by West Greenwich, the south by North Kingstown, the southeast by Potowomut and on the north by Warwick, West Warwick, and Coventry. This is Skips hometown and the permenant location for Wind on the Bay.
Healy Flute Company Workshop
Skip Healy established the Healy Fife and Flute Company in East Greenwich, Rhode Island in 1992. He specializes in the designing and building of a wide variety of wooden fifes, flutes, and piccolos. The workshop is now housed in the Harbor Mill Complex located at 5 Division Street in East Greenwich, Rhode Island.
Greenwich Odeum 59 Main Street, East Greenwich Rhode Island
From 1994 to 2007 the Greenwich Odeum was a significant music/theater venue in Rhode Island. After a massive renovation effort, this proud and historically important venue is ready once again to reopen it's door and be a living and vibrant part of the Arts Community in Rhode Island.