Five Things You Need to Know Today: February 7
Register to vote, learn to skate, or help out your elementary school kids. There is also a classical pianist coming to town.
- Temperatures dipping from yesterday's highs, the National Weather Service predicts that temperatures will range from 45ºF highs to 22ºF lows. It'll be a sunny day, and get a little cloudy in the evening.
- Are you registered to vote? Are you going to be out of town come voting time? Then the place to be is Voter Registration for Massachusetts Presidential Primary, at Goddard House. They will get you signed up, or give you an absentee ballot, if you head over there by about 2:30 p.m.
- EPOCH Assisted Living at Boylston Place is hosting a classical pianist, one Rich Scalise. 3 p.m. today, you can expect a talented musician performing some classic tunes. If you want to head over there, please RSVP to Julie Bolt at 617-879-2589.
- The Parks and Recreation Commission are looking into building a skate park, and the Brookline Skate Park Committee is meeting today to explore some of the options. 7 p.m., Brookline Town Hall, is the place to be. Ollieing in the lobby is not recommended.
- Kids go through a lot at school, but there are some ways to help. That's the subject of a free seminar in Wellesley tonight: "Help Your Elementary School Child Flourish: Learn How Food, Infections, & Stress Can Affect Your Child’s Well-being." At 7 p.m., head over to the Wellesley Free Library, 530 Washington St in Wellesley for a talk put on by the Wellesley Cancer Prevention Project.