Reading is fun
North Smithfield Public Library is encouraging parents to introduce their children to the Pin Traders Program, which promotes reading for enjoyment.
Children borrow and read a book from the selection of titles recommended by Youth Services Librarian Renee Bichan. When the item is returned, the child receives a special pin that corresponds with that book. The program encourages reading and serves as an introduction to new and old titles covering various styles. For more information, visit www.nspl.info or call 767-2780.
Nerf Wars Pizza Party
Mastery Martial Arts will host a two-hour party for kids on Saturday, Jan. 25 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.. Parents are invited to drop off their kids and let them get some energy out in a fun, safe environment.
The cost is $20 and lunch will be provided. Register here.
Concert series seeks sponsor
A free summer concert series to be held at The Island is currently seeking sponsors, with the first events scheduled for June 4 & 5.
Concerts put on by Greyfox Productions and will run every Friday through September 18 from 5:30 to 10:30 p.m. with varying entertainment and food trucks.
For more information contact Rob Greyfox at firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Eagle scout
Troop 1139 Slatersville has announced that James Hanlon of North Smithfield has earned his Eagle Scout Rank as the 71st Eagle Scout of the troop. For his Eagle Scout project, Hanlon worked on rehabilitating a shed at North Smithfield Elementary School and constructing movable benches for teacher and student use during recess.
The North Smithfield Town Council will hold their regular meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 21 at North Smithfield Middle School starting at 6:45 p.m. The agenda includes a joint meeting with the Municipal Review Building Task Force to discuss bonding history related to the Kendall Dean and Bushee School projects. The agenda can be found here.