This is a panel discussion on the upcoming Fair Chance bill, legislation that would help formerly incarcerated people qualify for professional licenses which have been denied to them because of prior criminal records, no matter how old the record. Come hear about this bill and find out how you can help in enacting fair employment practices for previously incarcerated people. Just show up, or let Meg Carroll know you wish to come by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fashion historian Kip Brott answers the question: What’s a Fashion Icon, Anyway?
Legendary “fashion icons” have sparked admiration, emulation, and sometimes even outrage! Join us as we learn more about their remarkable lives and explore how personal style, fashion, culture, and history are dynamically interrelated. Kip will take us down the runway from 18th century France with Marie Antoinette, the last Queen before the French Revolution – to Lady Gaga, modern-day pop sensation extraordinaire.
Kip Brott, who earned his BA and MA degrees in art history from UCLA, is a lifelong fashion enthusiast.
Brought to you by the Friends of the East Greenwich Free Library
On Wednesday, February 26, 2020, from 6:30-8:30 PM, the Swift Community Center will be the site for Discussing Mental Health-ASAPP.
At a time when stress, anxiety, depression, gun violence, vaping, substance use and peer dynamics negatively impact our nation’s youth, listening to those most affected is essential. Students from the East Greenwich High School’s ASAPP Program will be on hand to offer insight, steps towards solutions, and ways to help remove the stigma that often accompanies mental health concerns.
In addition, Discussing Mental Health-ASAPP will also feature presentations from the URI School of Pharmacy and other local experts. If you desire more information regarding this initiative please contact Bob Houghtaling at 401-230-2246 or email@example.com.
Children are eligible to enter Kindergarten for the 2020-2021 school year if they have attained or will have attained five years of age on or before Sept. 1, 2020.
Except for medical or religious reasons, state law requires that students must be properly immunized before they can attend school.
Children do not need to be present for registration.
** Depending on which elementary school district the student resides in, please attend Swift Community Center on the following date:
Frenchtown Elementary on Monday, March 2nd
Meadowbrook Farms Elementary on Wednesday, March 4th
** Please DO NOT go to the schools for registration. If unable to attend the above dates, walk in registration can be done at the Office of Student Services (lower level of Town Hall) after March 4.
The following documents are required before a child can be officially registered:
- EGSD Student Enrollment packet
- Student’s birth certificate
- Current record of immunizations signed by a physician
- Evidence of child’s most recent physical exam, an eye exam and lead screening date and results
- Proof of residency – current utility or tax bill, signed rental/lease agreement, or Closing Disclosure (if new home just purchased)
Forms and additional information can be found on our website: www.egsd.net.
An uplifting tale of music, theater and stand up comedy, sponsored by the Greenwich Bay Women’s Club and starring the incomparable Ida Zecco, with Jim Rice as music director/arranger, and John O’Neil responsible for concept staging. All proceeds will go to the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Doors open at 6 p.m. with the show starting at 7 p.m. Those who wear pink will be entered into a door prize drawing. Bring your own snacks.