Out and about
Catch the film premiere of Long Lost at the Assembly Theatre this weekend, with shows on Friday and Saturday nights at 7 p.m. and a Sunday matinee at 2 p.m. Tickets are $7 and will be available at the door.
Stop by Jesse Smith Memorial Library at 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 30 for a free puppet show in the children’s programming room.
Saturday evening, catch Violin River performing a mix of music from artists like The Band, Bonnie Raitt and The Grateful Dead in a show at Oakley’s Bar & Grill starting at 8 p.m.
Make appointments now to get your dog vaccinated against rabies. Dog licenses for all canines more than four months old are due in April, and a current rabies certificate is required.
Download the application here, and drop it off in person at the Town Clerk’s office, or mail it to 105 Harrisville Main St. Harrisville, RI 02830. The fee is $7.
The town will hold a rabies clinic for dogs, cats and ferrets on Saturday, April 20 from 10 a.m. to noon at the DPW headquarters on Union Avenue.
The Burrillville Bugle Spring/Summer 2019 edition is now available online. The publication is a comprehensive guide with information and resources for residents. Read it here.
The Burrillville Town Council issued a citation this week recognizing Burrillville High School’s designation as a National Banner Unified Champion by the Special Olympics. Read more about the recognition here.
The final witness in hearings before the state Energy Facility Siting Board, John Niland from Invenergy, began testimony this week. The hearings, which will be used to determine the fate of the proposal by Invenergy Thermal to build a power plant in Burrillville, are expected to run through April. Parties will write and submit closing statements, then the board is expected to discuss the application in open meeting, and render a decision within 60 days. Coverage of testimony from earlier this week can be found here.
Additional information on the procedural process can be found here.