Five Things You Need to Know Today: June 4
A (likely) rainy Brookline day, could be a good day to hear a story, learn about a West Roxbury Utopian farm, or about how kids can change the world.
1. Pretty good chance it'll rain today, the National Weather Chance is estimating about a 70 percent chance of rain. The temperatures will range between 54ºF and 48ºF. There are chances of patchy fog between 11 p.m. and 2 a.m.
2. Looking for something to do with the kids on a rainy day? How about heading to Henry Bear's Park for Story Time? At 11 a.m., the Harvard Street store opens their doors to share some stories for kids.
3.If you're interested in the end results of the Fisher Hill Reservoir Park, the Design Review Committee is meeting at 7 p.m. tonight. At the meeting, at Brookline Town Hall, they will present a design for the park, as well as look at options for preserving the gatehouse.
4. New Brook Farm in West Roxbury is the subject of an upcoming Lecture at Springhouse: "New Brook Farm at the Site of the Brook Farm Utopian Community in West Roxbury of the 1840s." At 7 p.m. tonight, Bill Tuttle is the President of New Brook Farm, at their 44 Allandale Street location.
5. You know that Kids Can Change the World, right? This Brookline Booksmith event, authors Cynthia & Meira Levinson will tell you how. Their books, "We’ve Got A Job" and "No Citizen Left Behind" (respectively) will be talking about civic involvement with kids.