Daily Buzz | Citizenship Preparation Course, Homework Help, and Mo Willems
A hodgepodge for your Friday
Hello and Happy Friday!
Just a reminder that there is an overnight (2AM-8AM) street parking ban in effect until April 1.
As testing and finals season near, I also wanted to highlight a homework club hosted by one of our residents. Kim Holt offers homework help and a casual but structured place for (mostly) elementary and middle school students to hang out. Students have a chance to complete the day’s homework, get some extra help, and gain some enrichment. The club is held after school on Wednesdays, and it is free, though donations do help keep the program going.
You can get more information by emailing Kim.
Finally, the Woburn Public Library (offered jointly with Burlington) will be offering a 10-week citizenship preparation course from March 4-May 6 (Saturdays) from 10-12. For more information and to register, click here.
In partnership with Nicci’s Notes
If you’ve been meaning to get your ticket to the Launch Party, time is running out! Join me and amazing novelist/poet/essayist/human Meg Elison as we celebrate the When We Were Mothers launch and give stuff away. I’m looking forward to seeing you at 2:00 on Monday! Get your free ticket here!
Today in Burlington
No official Town meetings, but two exciting library events today!
Meetings and Events
11:00—11:30 AM - Mo Willems Storytime (Library event; Register)
4:00—5:30 PM - D&D For Beginners (Grades 4-8) (Library event; Register)
Sports and Activities
Varsity Boys’ Basketball (15-5) plays in Waltham today at 1:00, and The MIAA playoff bracket will be released on Saturday!
Varsity Girls’ Hockey (14-4-2) plays today at 4:10 at the Ice Palace.
Have a great Friday, friends!