5 Things You Need To Know Today: March 31 [VIDEO]
It is a day before April Fool's day, but on the last day of March we could see some snowflakes today - no joke!
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. Framingham Centre Nursery School is hosting an Open House today from 11:30 to 1:00 p.m. The school accepts children aged 2.0 – 6 and offers a summer extension program for the month of June and July. The school is also holding its annual Family Fun Day, after the open house from 1-4 p.m., featuring face painting, decorate your own cookies, take a character picture, sand art, silent auction, fantastic raffle baskets etc. Admission to the fun day is $5.
2. Framingham Parks & Recreation will hold its 2nd annual Easter Egg Hunt at Cushing Memorial Park Babs the Bunny at the event. this morning at 10 a.m., come sun, rain or snow. (Yes, snow is predicted sometime today.) The event starts at 9:30 a.m. and features activiies and arts & crafts. Pre-registration was required. Children can also meet. Children are asked to bring their own basket or bag to collect eggs. Parents may need to help children age 3-6. There will be staggered start times for younger and older children.
3. You'll get a kick out of the performances of Anything Goes by the PAC Family Players. Students in grades 7-10 will stage two performances of the classic musical Anything Goes at the Dennison Memorial Building in downtown Framingham today at 2 and 7 p.m. Tickets are $16 adults and $14 seniors and youth in advance at the Performing Arts Center of MetroWest and online at www.pacmetrowest.org. Tickets are the door will be $2 more.
4. Middle school students at St. Bridget School are staging a performance of King Midas and the Touch of Gold tonight at 7. Admission is $5 adults, $3 students/children. Tickets may be purchased at the door.
5. Advocates Inc. is hosting an Adolescent & Adult Autism Resource Fair at 14 E Central St. Natick in 11 a.m. Is your loved one with autism 14 years old or older? Do you want to know more about community resources available to help with transition to adult supports and services? If the answer is yes, then, this is a must event for you.