Upcoming VOTER ID events
New Dates Listed for Voters to Obtain FREE Voter IDs
PROVIDENCE, RI -- Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis has released the dates of upcoming VOTER ID events.
On June 3rd, 2014 the Public Works Department awarded a bid to sell approximately 14.53 tons of structural steel from a former road and bridge project. The structural steel had been abandoned at the train depot for many years and the city was requested to have it removed. The removal of this surplus steel generated $2615.40 to the city’s general fund and addressed a long standing problem. Full Circle Recycling, located in Johnston, was the highest bidder at .09 per pound.
Storytime Great for kids ages 3-8years and their caregivers!
Monday July 14 3:15-4:15
Tuesday July 15 2:15-3:15
Join Denneese Seale for this healthy storytime teaching kids all about germs and coughing into their arms to prevent the spread of germs.
There will be lots of fun with games and coloring and more!
Free book and stickers to any kids that participate!!
Sponsored by Cough Spot
NORTH SMITHFIELD- There is still time to take Tennis Lessons this summer, offered by the North Smithfield Parks and Recreation Department. Lessons run until the end of July and single classes are available. Junior classes for ages 7-10 are held on Saturdays from 9:00- 10:30 AM; ages 11-15 from 10:30-12:00 PM. Adult classes are offered on Tuesday or Thursday evenings from 6:00-7:30 PM. Contact Matt Pavao at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
NORTH SMITHFIELD- The request of the month from our North Smithfield Food pantry is crackers. Please drop off any donations or monetary gifts for the food pantry at the Slatersville Congregational Church on the Common, between 9 am and noon. An additional drop box is available at Town Hall, 1 Main Street, during regular business hours.
NORTH SMITHFIELD- The popular North Smithfield Summer Concert Series continues on Sunday July 13th from 6:00 to 7:30 PM at the Slatersville Common. The free event will feature the local sounds of country, rock and original selections by the band, A Final Paradox. The Morse Brothers, known for their spirited singing and interactive audience participation are sure to appeal to the summer audience. The band is being generously sponsored by National Grid, as part of their contribution to the series.
This Family-friendly event offers face painting for children and is free to the public. Lawn chairs and blankets suggested. The Church kitchen will open at 5:30pm with grilled foods and ice cream sundaes. Enjoy your summer on the Common.