Five Things: Remembrance Service, Trivia Contest
Your guide for life in East Greenwich today, Nov. 13.
Trash pickup delayed one day: Because of the Veterans Day holiday on Monday, no trash was picked up that day. If your trash is usually picked up on Mondays, then it will be picked up today. And so on. Also, leaf bags will be picked up all month long on your pickup day. If you still have storm debris, contact the Public Works department for pick up: 886-8618.
Remembrance service: Christ Church is holding a special service to remember those loved ones who have died. They will celebrate their lives with candle lighting, song, meditation, prayer, and a Book of Remembrance. . . followed by a time of fellowship. All of the community is welcome. The service begins at 7 p.m. in the sanctuary.
Trivia Contest @ The Grille: Every Tuesday night, the Grille on Main hosts a trivia contest. It’s loads of fun whether you compete with a large group or just your date. There are prizes every round, as well as a grand prize. You have to be there by 8 p.m. to enter.
looking a bit ahead ...
Selling Real Estate In The Digital Age: A special event on Wed., Nov. 15, for real estate agents put on by Primary Residential Mortgage | Primary Local, together with Patch.com and Artinium Inc. offering Realtors a full-circle approach to marketing in today's digital age. Topics covered will include blogging on Patch and posting open houses and listings to build business; social media workshop offerings by Primary Local; how to build an inexpensive website to grow your brand; QR codes and more. Space is limited (lunch and raffles are included) so please RSVP to Sara Bagwell at 401.490.7112 or email email@example.com.
‘The Living Room’ on Thursday: The first performance of “The Living Room” – an evening of storytelling – happens Thursday, Nov. 15, at the Kentish Guard Armory at 8 p.m. Click here to learn more.
2nd Annual Turkey Trot is coming! Last year’s EG Hill and Harbour Turkey Trot was such a success that it’s back – on the Saturday morning after Thanksgiving. It’s a fully sanctioned and certified 5K race in downtown EG. The main event starts at 9 a.m. with a 1-mile fun run at 8:30. Other activities will include crafts, music, and food. Last year, families, individuals, teams, all sorts of people took part, more than 700 runners! You can register here.