Five things you need to know in Burrillville for the weekend of July 27

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Sign up for swim lessons

Burrillville Lions will hold an advanced Learn to Swim program at Spring Lake Beach with classes running Monday through Friday for two separate weeks in August taught by Smithfield YMCA instructors. The cost for one week of lessons is $25 per child and participating families must have or purchase a $30 beach pass. Swimmers can choose either the week of Aug. 6 – Aug. 10 or Aug. 13 – Aug. 17 and the deadline to register is August 1.

Register at the beach at 50 Old Hillside Drive in Glendale.

Pro Am Match

This Sunday, Walls of Steel at the Wallum Lake Rod & Gun Club will host a Pro Am Match.
According to organizers, the event is like USPSA but with all steel targets and par times for each stage.

Sign ups start at 9 am and no preregistration is required. The event will include five stages with 125 targets and a tie breaker stage. The entry fee is $20 and the start time is at 10 a.m.

Drop in craft

Pascoag Public Library will host a drop in craft program making a yellow submarine starting at 11 a.m. Saturday morning at 57 Church St. Participants will listen to Beatles music while crafting and will glue on the faces of the Fab Four to complete their projects.

Farmer’s Market

The Burrillville Farmers’ Market will take place at the Stillwater Mill Pavilion in front of the Jesse Smith Memorial Library from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Saturday. From the expected to the unexpected, the market offers fresh beef, honey, baked good, eggs, cut flowers, plants, wool, entertainment, children’s programs, educational literature and guest experts.

Brass Attack

Catch Brass Attack  Saturday night from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the pavilion in front of Jesse Smith Memorial Library playing “Southern New England’s finest live dance music.”

Enjoy a nine-piece band featuring four horns, a rhythm section, and a lead vocalist, performing classic hits from the 30s to today.. The free event is part of the Riverwalk Times Concert series, and guests are invited to bring blankets and lawn chairs, or dance the night away.