Five Things You Need to Know Today: Jan. 10
Two art exhibits opening, Historical Commission talks about the Orchard House and a hearing screening for seniors.
1. The Arsenal Center for the Arts opens an exhibit of "tactile woven forms is inspired by microscopic ocean creatures endangered by marine pollution," made by Michelle Lougee. While you are there, also check out Spotlight Six, which features six of the participating artists from this past fall’s 30 Under30 exhibit.
3. Seniors can attend a free hearing screening today.
4. Project Literacy invites volunteers to help immigrants learn to speak English on Thursday evenings.
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