What To Do In Northbridge This Weekend

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Village Congregational Church on Church Street in Whitinsville is holding an electronics and appliances recycling day on Saturday, Nov. 24. Photo Credit: Deborah Gauthier

NORTHBRIDGE, Mass. – A special voter registration session and a recycling day at the Village Congregational Church highlight the weekend's events in Northbridge.

Saturday, Nov. 24

Electronics Recycling Day: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Village Congregational Church, 5 Church St., Whitinsville, is accepting all electronics and appliances. Fees are $5 per computer, $10 for any monitor or small TV less than 19 inches, $15 for TVs between 19 and 26 inches and $20 for TVs over 26 inches wide and wood console TV's. Projection TVs are $25. Appliances are $10 each. Cell phones and car and truck batteries are free.

Bicycle Recycling: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Village Congregational Church, 5 Church St., Whitinsville, will accept any older/newer mountain, road, BMX adult and kids bikes to be reused. Many will be going to Ghana, Africa, where they are very much needed.

Special Voter Registration Session: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Town Clerk’s Office, 7 Main St., Whitinsville, to register voters for the special town meeting Tuesday, Dec. 4 and to make any necessary corrections in the list of voters. All unregistered voters are urged to register at the special session or during regular business hours at the Town Clerk’s office.

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I sent an email to the Fire Chief asking to donate lights for the Rockdale tree but never heard anything.


'Good Possible News This Week For Northbridge'?

The Town could receive some surplus Christmas Tree lights from the recent Macy's Day Parade in NY City. This would help replace the one's that are not working and add to the seven to twelve that are working on the Towns Christmas Tree's on the Rockdale Common and the Whitinsville Common?

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