Kickin’ Brass Band, Scouts seek gear: Five things to know in Glocester this week

The Glocester Business Association presented a check for $301 this week to Glocester Animal Control from donations collected at their second annual Family Fun Day.

Blood drive

Hill’s Tavern & Grill at 417 Putnam Pike will host a Blood Drive on Thursday, July 20, with the Bloodmobile on site from 3 to 7 p.m. Donations can be made by appointment by visiting using sponsor code 3990. Walk-in donations will be accepted if space permits at the time of arrival.

Pack 1

Chepachet Pack 1 Cubscouts are looking for donations of any camping equipment, fishing gear, outdoor equipment and tents. The donations will help to provide fun activities for the scouts and reduce overall costs for the pack. Those with items to donate can schedule a pick up by contacting Zach Andrews.


The town’s summer concert series continues on Wednesday, July 18, moving to Chepachet Union Church at 1138 Putnam Pike. Kickin’ Brass Band will play a free, outdoor show starting at 6:30 p.m.

At Sundays in the Village, Beth Barron will perform at the Kent Field pavilion starting at noon on Sunday, July 23.

Tax sale announced

The town of Glocester has scheduled a sale of properties with unpaid taxes, to be held at the pavilion at Kent Field at 1111 Putnam Pike on Thursday, August 3. Liens for 33 properties are scheduled to be sold to the highest bidder at public auction. View the list of properties and complete notice from the town here.

Town meetings

The Glocester Town Council is scheduled to hold a meeting on Thursday, July 20 starting at 7:30 p.m. at Glocester Town Hall at 1145 Putnam Pike. An agenda is expected to be published on the Secretary of State’s website 48 hours in advance here.

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