No School, No Parking, Yes Snow

Your guide for life in North Kingstown today, Jan. 3.

North Kingstown in January. Credit: www.rihousehunt.com/
North Kingstown in January. Credit: www.rihousehunt.com/

No school and parking ban: Keep track of all storm-related news here.

Live Music – Oak Hill Tavern: Out Cry, rock, 565 Tower Hill Rd. 294-3282. 9 p.m. No cover.

On Saturday …

Moving Sale: Everything will be sold – furniture, three-piece Queen Anne dining room set, couches, antiques, household items, rugs, and bar stools. 13 Gould Place, East Greenwich. 8 a.m. to noon.

Coastal Growers/Winter Farmers Market: The indoor market at Lafayette Mill is back! Among the vendors are Besto Pesto, Absolona Greenhouse, Pat’s Pastured, Olga’s Cup & Saucer, The Local Catch, Wishing Stone Farm, Farmstead Cheese and MORE (click here to see them all). From 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. 650 Ten Rod Road.

Prom Expo Fashion Show: Local photographer, Laura Ink Photography, is holding a fashion show to support the private, creative-arts-based School One, located in Providence. This year, it promises to be a fashion show like no other, with a “rock concert” theme. Students from School One will contribute to the show by performing the introduction, displaying their works of art, and designing clothing to be worn in the show. All of the profits will go directly to School One’s scholarship program for under-privileged students. Tickets will only be sold at the door for $10/adult or $5/children under 6 and students of School One. At Cole Middle School, 100 Cedar Ave., East Greenwich. Doors will open at 7 p.m. with the show beginning at 8 p.m.

Live Music – Oak Hill Tavern: Joe Macey, rock, 565 Tower Hill Rd. 294-3282. 9 p.m. No cover.

And …

Christmas Tree disposal: Live Christmas trees can be recycled at the Transfer Station (345 Devils Foot Road) free of charge through Jan. 25. Trees must be free of all decorations and removed from bag used to transport prior to disposal. After January 25, regular disposal rates will apply.


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