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Trash Collection Memorial Day Holiday May 25, 2015

Trash collection schedule for Memorial Day Holiday: Trash and recycling materials normally collected on Monday, May 25, 2015 will be collected on Tuesday, May 26, 2015. In the event we are behind in collecting, leave the containers at the curb until

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Road Paving Project Advisory

The new pavement layers will be placed starting the week of May 26th; no work will take place on Memorial Day. The Public Works Department is starting seasonal road resurfacing projects and would like to advise of preparation and paving work

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Memorial Day Parade – May 25, 2015 @ 2:00 PM

On Monday, May 25, 2015 beginning at approximately 2:00 PM, the Town of East Lyme will be hosting it’s annual Memorial Day Parade.  Route 156 (Main Street) will be closed at 1:00 PM, from it’s intersection with Columbus Avenue, east

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Leaf Collection Week of June 1, 2015

Leaf Collection Schedule 2015 Leaves will be collected during the following weeks on your regular collection day: Week of May 11, 2015 Week of June 1, 2015 Week of July 13, 2015 October 12 through December 14, 2015 (No collection

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LOBSTERFEST and CHICKEN BBQ

Saturday and Sunday July 4th and July 5th 2015 Our 35th Annual Lobsterfest and Chicken Barbecue in conjunction with the 55th  Annual Juried Arts and Craft Show East Lyme Town Hall Grounds 108 Pennsylvania Avenue, Niantic, CT 06357  

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2015 Men’s Softball Schedule

Please note that the schedule is subject to change dependent on weather related cancellations. Should a change occur, your team manager will be notified.   Click on the attachment below for the PDF of the schedule.  

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Niantic Bay 10k

   

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Summer Camp Information and Registration Form

Please review the documents below for information regarding the Playground Summer Camp. For additional information call Carol Rossiter of the Parks and Recreation department at 860-739-5828 between the hours of 8:30 AM and 3:30 PM.  

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Play-Well LEGO Camp

Play-Well Lego Camp   Pre-Engineering: Dates: August 10th – August 14th Location: East Lyme Youth Center Fee: $140.00 Residents / $150.00 Non-residents Time: 9:00am – 12:00pm Recommended for children ages 5 to 7. Let your imagination run wild with tens

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What’s Cookin’ For Kids

What’s Cookin’ For Kids Participants will learn cooking techniques, while preparing yummy meals. Participants will be given instruction and assistance in learning some basic meals they can contribute to their family’s weekly menu! Parents please take note: Youth must be

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Outdoor Adventure Camp

Outdoor Adventure Camp: Dates: July 7th – July 30th Session 1: Tuesdays Session 2: Thursdays Location: Different each week Fee: $50.00 EL & Salem Residents / $65.00 Non-residents Time: 9:00am – 2:00pm Come and join the Outdoor Adventure Camp this

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Garden Club

Garden Club Come one, come all to help maintain the East Lyme Middle School garden this summer! The garden is an annual project of the Blue Crabs kiva, planted by their students and staff, but needs our help to do

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The 6th Annual Black & White Ball

The 6th Annual Black & White Ball: Open to graduating 8th graders from East Lyme and Salem. Black and white semiformal attire requested. June 26th East Lyme Community Center from 7:00-9:00pm $7.00 and a signed ELYS registration form required for

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Commemorative Tree Program Celebrates Earth Day

Commemorative Tree Program Honors Senator Formica On Saturday, April 18, 2015, in anticipation of Earth Day on April 22, The East Lyme Public Trust kicked-off its Trees for Tomorrow, commemorative tree program.  In 1970, Americans first joined in a grassroots

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Smith-Harris House Accepted into Statewide Standards and Training Program

Smith-Harris House Accepted into Statewide Standards and Training Program  [East Lyme, CT]–The Smith-Harris House has been selected to participate in StEPs-CT–a statewide, 26-month integrated program of professional development for smaller cultural organizations.  The program is based on the national Standards

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