Five Things You Need to Know Today: Jan. 26
A storm hitting today, a middle school movie and and senior exercises.
- A storm will hit Watertown today, and continue into Thursday. The amount of snow will depend when the precipitation turns into rain. The National Weather Service now predicts over 8 inches in the Boston area.
- Middle school students can see a movie at the Watertown Free Public Library today at 3 p.m. The movie will be the animated film "Despicable Me."
- Seniors looking to keep active can go to the Watertown Senior Center for the "New Year – New You!" class. The program includes muscle strengthening, light stretching, and low impact aerobics, and is focused on the needs of seniors in a fun and safe environment. The class runs from 11 a.m. to noon, and costs $3 per class.
- The Zoning Board of Appeals will meet tonight at 7 p.m. in Town Hall. The board meets in the Council Chamber on the second floor.
- The New Repertory Theatre presents two productions of playwright Steve Yockey's play, "A Ghost Story." The show explores a young married couple as they come home to their empty beach house and batten down the hatches. When a giant wave comes crashing over them, they tumble into an alternate reality where both must confront the ghosts that haunt them and decide what their afterlife will be. Showtime is 7:30 p.m. at the Arsenal Center for the Arts.