Five Things to Start Your Day: Jan. 7
A few facts, figures and tidbits to start your workweek.
Monday: Sunny & chilly. Highs in the low 30s.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny skies. Highs in the mid 40s.
Wednesday: More sun. More warmth. Highs in the mid 40s.
2. MESSY MASTERPIECE – ROYALTY FOR A DAY: Royalty for a Day: If you wore a crown what would it look like? Think about the size, shape, and color as you make your one-of-a-kind royal headwear at The Children's Discovery Museum tomorrow at 10 a.m. in Acton. Program is free with the cost of admission.
3. LAST CHANCE TO MEET STATE SEN. ELDRIDGE:
All residents from the Middlesex and Worcester District are welcome to attend a town hall meeting with State Sen. Jamie Eldridge.
The Acton Town Hall meeting will be today from 6:30-8 p.m. at the Public Safety Building Meeting Room, 371 Main Street, Acton.
To RSVP, please contact Michael Carr, Senator Eldridge’s Chief of Staff, at 617-722-1120 or Michael.Carr@masenate.gov. If residents are unable to attend, but would like to receive regular updates from Eldridge on legislation he is working on, they are encouraged to go to his website www.SenatorEldridge.com and sign-up for his monthly email updates.
4. WHAT TO CELEBRATE TODAY: Today is Old Rock Day. Old Rock Day is an opportunity to enjoy and appreciate old rocks and fossils. Perhaps you can start a rock collection. You can go out on a field trip in search of old fossils (the rock kind). Or, if you choose, you can just play with old rocks.
5. THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 2010 — An employee at ABB Power building in St. Louis, Missouri, commits suicide after shooting eight people, 3 fatally; 1999 — Senate begins to try President Clinton on lying under oath and obstruction of justice in the Lewisnky case; 1997 — Newt Gingrich, narrowly re-elected speaker of the House; 1994 — U.S. Female Figure Skating championship won by Tonya Harding; 1990 — Tower Of Pisa closed to the public after leaning too far.