The Glocester Town Clerk’s office is reminding residents that 2023 dog licenses are due during the month of April. To obtain a dog license, you must show proof of rabies inoculation. Licenses can be obtained in the clerk’s office at 1145 Putnam Pike Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and the fee is $7.
A new restaurant at 102 Putnam Pike has scheduled its grand opening. Jorge Diogo, owner of the Roast House, purchased the property that previously held the Harmony Lodge last September, and plans to serve Portuguese-influenced appetizers, seafood dishes, steaks, roasts and more.
Assados Kitchen & Bar will host a grand opening on Thursday, Feb. 2, with details to be announced. Restaurant officials recommend guests call for reservations to avoid wait times.
Watch for updates on the restaurant’s Facebook page.
A local drop off location this week will support players with the Burrillville Junior Hockey League to help assist with tournament costs this season. Donations of new and used sneakers will be accepted at the farm stand at 1069 Reynolds Road. The shoes will be recycled to make new sneakers.
Paddles Up for Noah
Crystal Lake Golf Club at 100 Broncos Highway in Mapleville will host Paddles Up for Noah on Saturday, Jan. 28 from noon to 5 p.m. to benefit a Glocester boy Noah Daigle who continues to fight a rare cancer. The event will include a quarter auction, raffles, vendors and more. Tickets cost $20 and can be purchased by contacting Jen Lafond at (401) 775-9207.
The Glocester Land Trust will not hold their regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 24.
The Glocester Budget Board will hold a meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 25 starting at 7 p.m. in room 9 of Glocester Town Hall at 1145 Putnam Pike. The agenda is here.
The Glocester Zoning Board will hold a meeting on Thursday, Jan, 26 starting at 7 p.m. at Glocester Town Hall at 1145 Putnam Pike. The agenda is here.