Five Things You Need to Know Today: May 25
Family music night tonight, or meditation--if that's more your speed. Take a tour of the Mary Baker Eddy house, and don't forget to blog about it (or anything!)
1. A chance of thunderstorms and showers before 11 a.m., then a chance of showers until 2 p.m., via the National Weather Service. Otherwise, partly cloudy by day, mostly cloudy by night, with highs of 73ºF and lows of 61ºF.
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3. The founder of Christian Science, Mary Baker Eddy, has a historic house which gives tours. Her Chestnut Hill home is open to tour, with an $8 per person suggested donation, although children under age 12 and Longyear Members are free.
4. Join Henry Bear's Park for Family Music Night with local musician Debi Chakra tonight. In addition to talented performances, Chakra will also be raising money and awareness for a cause close to her heart. Performance starts at 5 p.m., and is free
5. After a long week--especially for some Town Meeting Memebers--perhaps a night of Public Meditation will help you get centered again. Head to the Diamond Way Buddhist Center, 785 Washington St #1 at 8 p.m. for a little information about Tibetan Buddhism and some Public Meditation. No previous experience is required, and you're invited to swing by early to have your questions answered--7:45 p.m.