5 Things You Need to Know: March 12
Ever wonder how women are impacting Congress? Or just curious about how to milk an almond? Here's Five Things today.
1. The rain is coming, about an 80 percent chance of rain after 10 a.m., according to the National Weather Service--about a quarter to a half-inch of rain expected. The evening will have some showers, 90 percent chance. Temperatures between 55ºF and 36ºF also in the forecast.
2. Wonder what Women’s Impact on the 113th Congress is? North Hill, located at the Needham-Wellesley border, is hosting a discussion on what women's impact will be this term. They are starting off at the Wellesley College Club, 11 a.m. at 727 Washington St in Wellesley.
3. I don't believe you need a bucket and stool for this, but if you're wondering "How do you Milk an Almond?" Then Whole Foods Market has some answers for you. Their class tonight, at 6 p.m., will focus on some alternatives to milk in some of your favorite dairy dishes.
4. You can speak and read English, right? There are a number of kids who need some tutoring in English, as it is their second language. If you want to help, then you will need to attend the English as a 2nd Language Tutor Training at the Needham Community Council, 7 p.m. tonight.
5. Planned Parenthood Foundation of America's president, Cecile Richards, is coming to Wellesley College tonight to speak about Women, Sex and Health Care: Hope for the 21st Century. It is a free forum, which begins at 7 p.m.