5 Things You Need To Know Today: Jan. 25
True brain fitness program, McMurphy's to rock the Framingham Elks, geopolitics discussion at Temple Beth Sholom and Framingham graduate marched in inauguration parade.
Our daily column, 5 Things You Need to Know Today, will help you to get your day started and offer you some fodder for water cooler conversation.
1. Temple Beth Sholom will present UN, A Prime Minister and a President tonight at 7:30. The lecture features Jeffrey Robbins, chair of the New England Anti-Defamation League. He will speak on the the impact of the United Nation's recognition of Palestine as a non-member state on Israel and the United States. As a U.S. delegate to the United Nation's human rights commission in Geneva, he is uniquely suited to offer insights into geopolitics.
2. The McMurphys, a band for more than 20 years, will perform at the Framingham Lodge of Elks, from 7 to 11 p.m. The repertoire ranges from oldies to classic rock to new country to Jimmy Buffett Beach Tunes.
3. There is an Adult Flamenco class at Edwards Church at 10 a.m. Cost $15 per person.
4. Dr. Aihan Kuhn, Director of Chinese Medicine for Health, Inc. and New England School of Tai Chi in Holliston, will teach various activities to prevent aging, improve memory, emotion and health at the Callahan Senior Center, as part of the Framingham Library's Adventures in Lifelong Learning program. True Brain Fitness begins at 3 p.m. The program is funded in part by the Metrowest Health Foundation.
5. The photo featured in today's 5 Things column is of Framingham High School Class of 2009 graduate Julie Stabile, who is a midshipman at the U.S. Naval Academy. She marched in the inauguration parade in Washington D.C. Monday.
Thanks to Town Meeting member Audrey Hall for the photo.
Hall and Julie's mother Barbara, both Framingham residents, travelled to Washington D.C. for the parade and inauguration festivities. To see more of Hall's photos, click here.