Five Things You Need to Know Today: May 30
A big day for schools, as there's a used book fair and a spring fair coming to town. Register for Hoops Elite, and learn about dementia and Alzheimer's disease.
1. A 30 percent chance of showers, the National Weather Service tells usostly after 11 a.m. Highs of 80ºF, and lows of 60ºF.
2. Want to pick up some books on the cheap? Well, then perhaps you ought to peruse the selection at the Pierce School USED Book Fair. Running all day at, you guessed it, the Pierce School, in the auditorium. Most books will be about $1.
3. Celebrate spring at the Driscoll School Spring Fair today! Yes, a fair! Everything you would expect a fair to have: rides, games, face painting, tickets, the whole nine yards. Begins at 4 p.m., and tickets cost $1 apiece.
4. Registration for the Premier Hoops Elite Summer Basketball Clinics is running today. The classes will run for eight weeks, from July 8 to August 26 at the Shady Hill School in Cambridge (56 Coolidge Ave). The class costs $200.
5. Not all memory conditions are Alzheimer's disease. Goddard House Assisted Living welcomes Dr. Janet Lawrence, a geriatric psychiatrist at St. Lawrence Hospital to talk about "When It Is Not Alzheimer's Disease?" at 9 p.m. tonight.