Daily Buzz | No School This Thursday
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Good Morning, Burlington!
I hope you had a nice, restful weekend—or a productive one, or whatever other kind of weekend you wanted to have.
I forgot to put in the Weekly that there is no school this Thursday. I’ve corrected it there, but wanted to be sure you know. Not sure what to do with your kids? The Burlington Community Scholarship foundation is sponsoring an event at Dave & Buster’s. $40 per person will get you food, unlimited soda/tea, and a $20 Power Card. Proceeds will go toward the class of 2028 (current 7th graders).
Also, the Recreation Department Spring Catalog is out and registration begins on Thursday at 6PM!
Finally, I’ve been working hard on the podcast interviews for the election, and despite having to improvise a little due to the snow on Saturday, I think they’re all just about ready for prime time. Be on the lookout next week, and don’t forget Hive members get to listen a week early.
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Today in Burlington
Meetings and Events
5:30 PM - Zoning Bylaw Review Committee Sign Subcommittee (virtual) will continue discussing signage bylaws and the creation of a Town Center signage district.
6:00 PM - Youth and Family Services (33 Center St.)
7:00 PM - Republican Town Committee (Town Hall Annex) will discuss elections and the state Committee report.
7:00 PM - Chess Club at the library. All ages are welcome.
Sports and Activities
No sports on the calendar today, but be sure your spring athletes are getting into shape for the season to start! I’m seeing lacrosse, softball, volleyball, baseball, tennis, and more in our future!
I’ll see you tomorrow—take care today, neighbors!