Nor'easter & Early School Dismissal

Your guide for life in East Greenwich today, Jan. 2.

Credit: EG Patch
Credit: EG Patch

Back to school: School resumes for EG public school students today, but with early dismissal because of the anticipated snow

Nor'easter: We are in for some snow. Predictions say 6 to 10 inches. So, pull out your snow shovels, make sure you've got your bread and milk (and batteries!) and get ready!

Christmas Tree curbside collection: The town will collect your tree and recycle it, but not until the weeks of Jan. 6-10 and Jan. 13-17. Just make sure your tree is bare – no ornaments, tinsel, metal or wires – and NOT in a plastic bag. If you’ve used a bag to get your tree out of your house neatly, just make sure to pull it off. Any questions, please call the Department of Public Works at 886-8620/886-8621

Recycle pick up and a New Year’s delay: Chances are, if you’ve never filled your giant blue toter to the brim before, you did this past week! Pull it out to the curb along with your regular trash. Because of the New Year’s Day holiday, trash and recycle pickup will be delayed one day Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. For more information, check out the town’s DPW website here.

EG Rec winter-spring sign ups are under way: You can set up an account and sign up online or by written application now. Here’s more information.

East Bay Contra Dance: The first dance of 2014 – new callers, new bands and a new time. Caller: Elwood Donnelly of the Atwater~Donnelly Duo. Band: First Time String Band with Sally Rogers, Howie Bursen, Deck Nieforth and special guest fiddler Dan Lanier. Time: 7:30 - 10:30 p.m. All dances are taught and easy to learn. You can come with friends or single. $8. 790 Main Street, Warren.

And …

Joined the town emergency notification list yet? The Town of East Greenwich is looking for residents to join its emergency notification system. The town can only obtain phone numbers for households with land lines; if you have a cell phone you want the town to use for emergency notifications, you need to register it with the town. You can do that from a link on the town’s home page. You’ll find the link in the upper left corner. In addition, you can sign up to receive a weekly “eNews” email from the town. Get connected!


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