Five Things You Need to Know Today: January 12
Brookline's snowy day turns to rainy. Could be a day for some indoor activities, like storytelling.
- Highs of 45ºF, lows of 37ºF, and rain, predicted by the National Weather Service today. They are estimating a 100 percent chance of rain by day, tapering to about 60 percent in the evening, although less than a tenth of an inch of rain expected for most of the day.
- Come to meet Big Joe the Storyteller, stay for the TCEE Open House. At 10 a.m. today, you can explore the Diane K. Trust Center for Early Education (TCEE) at Temple Ohabei, and get to know its unique mix of programming.
- He's a one-man show, he's Stephen Collins, and he's at EPOCH Assisted Living at Boylston Place at 2 p.m. today. Check out his performance of “A Search for Jusice,” in a free event, but recall that space is limited. RSVP to Julie Bolt at 617-879-2589 if interested.
- The Climate Action Planning Subcommittee is meeting tonight, at 6 p.m. to go over the 37-step action plan and look at next steps for climate action in town. The show rolls on at Brookline Town Hall, so stop by to share your thoughts.
- Brookline Booksmith hosts Shalom Auslander, author of "Hope: A Tragedy." His latest novel follows a man whose goal to live a boring life is interrupted by his mother, visions of the holocaust, an arsonist, and a historical specimen living in his attic. Want to know more? You'll have to head to the 'Smith at 7 p.m. tomorrow night.