Five Things You Need to Know Today: July 11
The Summer concert series is starting up again tonight!
1. The National Weather Service tells us we have a mostly sunny day and a mostly clear night. Highs and lows ranging between 84ºF and 61ºF.
2. Me’ah is two-year program featuring interaction with leading scholars, who bring the history, personalities and values of the Jewish people to life, and today you can Experience a “Taste of Me'ah” at Temple Sinai at 9:30 a.m. This sample is free, for more information, contact Raylea Pemstein at firstname.lastname@example.org,
3. The one and only Gary Hylander is discuss American History at EPOCH Assisted Living at Boylston Place today. Learn about the Declaration of Independence at the 1:30 p.m. session today. It's free, but space is limited, so RSVP if you're planning to go: Julie Bolt at 617-879-2589.
4. The annual Brookline Summer Concert Series at Emerson Garden kicks off tonight with oldies stylings of The Corvairs. The show gets underway at 6p.m., and entry is, as always, free--bring your own lawn chairs and snacks.
5. An interesting art show starts up tonight at Jamaica Plain's Monumental Cupcakes, (36 South St.) with the Little by Little Opening Reception at 6 p.m. Local artist Anna Koon's work will disappear from the show between now and August 1. So, to get the full experience, before parts go missing, check it out tonight.