Monday: Council, Zoning, Blood Drive, Classic Cars
Welcome to Monday, and check out these things to know:
Council and Zoning - This evening, 7 p.m. the Woonsocket City Council will meet in the second floor conference room at City Hall to discuss the process by which zoning decisions are made in the city. The discussion was set up after Jim Cournoyer raised his concerns about the process during last week's Council meeting.
Blood drive - Give blood today at the Woonsocket Harris Public Library at 3 p.m.. For more information or to make an appointment visit: Woonsocket Harris Public Library Program Room.
You can also call the Rhode Island Blood Center at 1-800-283-8385 or visit www.ribc.org to confirm a blood drive or to make an appointment.
Classic Car Cruise Night: Classic Cruise Night Every Monday (weather permitting) at thePatriot's Diner, 65 Founders Dr, Woonsocket, RI. Take a trip down Memory Lane: nostalgic '50s Diner and Classic Cars. Great for kids and adults. Starts at 5 p.m.
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