Trash pickup delayed: Because of the Labor Day holiday yesterday, trash pickup is delayed a day all week, so if your trash is usually picked up on Monday, it will be picked up on Tuesday this week.
Post Road repaving: Post Road from Route 403 to Dana Road is being prepared for resurfacing this week by raising the structures in the road: manhole covers, and the gas and water valves. The structures will be marked with fluorescent paint. Drivers are being asked to travel at moderate speeds and with caution. At this time, weather permitting, the contractor is scheduled to resurface the road overnight on Sunday, Sept. 8. There will be two lanes of traffic open.
School Committee Policy Subcommittee meeting: The meeting takes place at the Central Administration Building, 100 Fairway Drive, at 8:30 a.m. The agenda is here.
NK Community Chorus rehearsal: The North Kingstown Community Chorus begins rehearsals for its annual Winter Concert Tuesday, Sept. 3, at Suzanne M. Henseler Quidnessett Elementary School, 166 Mark Drive. Registration begins at 6:30 PM. Auditions and North Kingstown residency are not required to join the chorus. Music and dues are $45 per personwith a discount for additional family members. We encouragehigh school students to join the group by offering them a reduced rate of $25! Subsequent rehearsals will be Tuesdays, 7 to 9 p.m. For more information call Roberta Belanger, director, at 294-3003 or visit our website at nkchorus.org.
Surfer’s Healing fundraiser: Shop Whole Foods in Cranston on Tuesday and you’ll be helping Surfer’s Healing RI, an organization that works with children with autism. Whole Foods will be donating 5 percent of their sales to Surfer’s Healing RI. Yes, that’s right…all you have to do is buy awesome stuff at Whole Food’s Cranston location on Tuesday, September 3rd and this fab store will donate 5% of its sales to give Rhode Island kids with autism and their families a day at the beach, surfing the waves of Narragansett.
On Wednesday …Wickford Economic Development Advisory Board meeting: This is the first meeting of the “WEDAB,” and takes place at Town Hall at 5:30 p.m. All are welcome to attend. You’ll find the full agenda here.