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The public is invited to attend the ceremony and open house from 11 am to 5 pm. There will be refreshments, entertainment, and a variety of activities for all ages.
The parade steps off at the corner of Main and Holley Streets; and concludes at Saugatucket Memorial Park on High Street. A brief memorial ceremony will take place immediately following the parade.
We're looking for a soloist, duet, trio or quartet (currently in grades 7-12) to perform the “Star Spangled Banner” during the welcoming remarks just prior to the 9:00pm firework display.
The large dog area of the park will be closed until further notice for re-seeding. Both the small dog area and the temporary, fenced third section (for large dogs) will remain open for use. The public's cooperation is appreciated.
The URI College of the Environment & Life Sciences, offers helpful information about gypsy moth management for homeowners.
The new Community Recreation Center is in the final stages of construction and is expected to open this spring. Here is a Q&A that may be helpful in answering questions about how the facility will be managed, what are the operating hours, etc.