Five Things You Need to Know Today: May 22
Town Council discusses the budget, Greater Boston Intergenerational Chorus concert and toddler story time.
- The Town Council meets tonight, and will discuss a proposal to borrow $540,000 for road and sewer work. Following the meeting, the Town Council will have a Fiscal 2013 budget hearing which includes the Department of Public works and the Water/Sewer Enterprise Fund budgets.
- The Greater Boston Intergenerational Chorus brings its mix of music, from jazz to contemporary folk to African and much more to the First Parish Church tonight for its spring concert.
- Stellina Restaurant hosts local jazz musicians tonight. There is no cover charge, and no reservations are needed.
- The Watertown Free Public Library has not one, but two Toddler Story Times this morning. Children ages 1 and 2 are invited to the library for stories, songs, and playtime.
- The Senior Center's "Watch our Weight" group meets weekly for support and to socialize. Individuals may weigh in, exercise, and discuss nutrition with long-time volunteer Evelyn Casey.