Five Things You Need to Know: June 2
The State of Emergency from last night is not in Norfolk County, does not apply to Brookline.
- After last night's tornado watch, Governor Deval Patrick declared a State of Emergency for Hampden, Hampshire, Franklin and Worcester Counties, not for Norfolk County. On the off-chance of another tornado watch, prepare yourself by consulting a checklist.
- Katharine Anne Young, RN, MSNH, is a certified holistic stress management instructor coming to EPOCH Assisted Living at Boylston Place to continue her Holistic Power Series. The show gets on the road at 1:30pm, and you should RSVP to Julie Bolt at 617-879-2589. For more information, check the EPOCH Blog.
- Author of "Big Girl Small," Rachel DeWoskin comes over to the Brookline Booksmith at 7 p.m. to sign books. The story provides piercing look at high school through the eyes of a small girl with a powerful voice. Darin Strauss, author of "Chang and Eng" and "More Than It Hurts You" calls it, “a book for anyone, anywhere, who’s ever felt alien or different.”
- At a Selectmen's meeting a few weeks back, Finagle-A-Bagel was granted permission to host Children's Music Hour, every week on Thursdays from 5 p.m. until 6 p.m. It costs $3 to get in, but you get a $3 coupon for food to enjoy while the musicians play.
- We all know that earnestness is an important trait, but tonight the Coolidge Corner Theatre's specialshowing will teach you "The Importance Of Being Earnest." The performance, an HD recording of the Roundabout's American Airlines Theatre, is a Tony-nominated version of Oscar Wilde's famous work. Show starts at 7 p.m., tickets are $20 for adults, or $17 for seniots.