The village’s March 19 election is predictable with all three incumbent trustees whose seats are up, running again. Guaranteed re-election are: Trustees Libby Weberg, Kevin Biggs and Peter Mercurio. Voting is from noon to 9 p.m. at Village Hall, Main and Paine streets.

Also this week:

• The East Aurora Middle School will raise a national Blue Ribbon School flag over the school in a ceremony on the school’s front lawn at 8 a.m. Monday. Students and staff, dressed in school colors of royal blue and white, will gather at the flag pole to listen to remarks by Superintendent Brian Russ and Principal Mark Mambretti.

Students will perform music as the flag is raised outside the school at 430 Main St.

The event is the culminattion of the school’s celebration of its National Blue Ribbon School status, awarded in a U.S. Department of Education ceremony in Washington, D.C., last November. The flag will fly over the school for five years.

A special concert performed by the East Aurora High School Jazz Band will be performed afterward in the west gymnasium of the school.

• The East Aurora Village Board meets at 7 p.m. Monday in Village Hall, Main and Paine streets.

• The Beth Lynne Hoskins nonjury animal cruelty trial in Aurora Town Court is scheduled to resume at 2:15 p.m. Tuesday to hear further information regarding the defendant’s medical problems. If the defense does not offer further information or provide medical experts to speak to the issues, the trial is to continue before Justice Douglas W. Marky. Testimony has not been heard since late November for a variety of reasons. The court is located on the second floor of East Aurora Village Hall, Main and Paine streets.

• The East Aurora School Board is slated to meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Middle School library, 430 Main St. The board is expected to discuss a possible joining of Holland and East Aurora students to form a joint varsity football team.