Five Things You Need to Know Today: June 26
There is a black bear in the area, and he may be stopping by to learn to play the piano, build puppets, read a book, or have some lobster.
1. 30 percent change of showers, the National Weather Service warns us, with a possibility of thunderstorms (again) after 10 a.m. Temperatures should range between 69ºF and 58ºF.
2. Puppet Showplace Theatre is hosting Summer Camps, for those interested in becoming Monster Makers: Puppet Building and Design Camp. The camp begins today at 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., and kids will have a chance to see what goes into making and operating a hand-crafted puppet. Camp runs $500.
3. It is Lobster Week: June 22-30th, and lobster fans should join Lineage's celebration. The restaurant opens at 5 p.m., and for $8, you get to try a few lobster-inspired and lobster-themed dishes. See the event page for the full menu.
4. Always wanted to play the piano, but never have the time? There is a unique twist that might work for you. The Instant Piano for People with No Spare Time lecture tonight at the Brookline High School, will teach you how to read chords, like professional pianists do, and not individual notes. The class starts at 6:30 p.m., and will set you back $86.
5. At the intersection of coaching and running a hospital, Paul Levy wrote "Goal Play!" His book, and he, will be at the Brookline Booksmith tonight. If you would like to know more about his experiences in health, business and coaching, then head over at 7 p.m.