WESTPORT, Conn. – Need to charge your cell phone battery, a Wi-Fi hotspot or a hot shower? Or maybe you’d like to hang out somewhere that has heat to warm up.
Here’s a list of amenities available to Westport residents still recovering from Hurricane Sandy:
? The Westport Weston Y is closed due to flood damage. However, the Wilton Y, 404 Danbury Road, has opened its doors to all, not just members or Wilton residents.
? PHYtness 4U, 1499 Post Road E. in Fairfield, is also opening its facility to anyone who needs a shower.
? The Westport Public Library, 20 Jesup Road, is open as a charging station and a Wi-Fi hotspot until 6 p.m. While you’re there, enjoy a cup of coffee or hot chocolate or a snack from the café.
? Westport Town Hall, 110 Myrtle Ave., is open as a charging station. Wi-Fi also is available in the lobby and auditorium. Town Hall is open until 9 p.m.
? The Senior Center, 21 Imperial Ave., is open for charging and Wi-Fi until 4:30 p.m.
? The Westport Country Playhouse, 25 Powers Court, is open as a charging station until 6 p.m. Free coffee also will be served.
? The Westport Arts Center, 51 Riverside Ave., is open as a Wi-Fi and charging location until 5 p.m.
? The Westport Historical Society, 25 Avery Place, has Wi-Fi.
? Compo Beach and all town marinas are open.
? The senior center also will be open as a shelter for the frail, elderly and people in need of assistance for health needs only. Call 203-341-5099 if you’re interested in shelter. Bring clean bed linens, sheets, blankets, pillows and hand towels (there are no showers).
? The Transfer Station (Sherwood Island Connector) and Yard Waste Site (180 Bayberry Lane) are open.
? Burying Hill Beach is closed.
? Longshore Golf Course is closed.
? Saugatuck Shores is closed to the public.
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