5 Things You Need to Know: March 4
A big day at the libraries, and something for folks intrigued by rail trails.
1. Should be about a 30 percent chance of some scattered showers, and about a 20 percent chance of snow and/or showers in the evening. Otherwise, it should be mostly cloudy with a high of 42ºF and a low of 30ºF. That's the forecast from the National Weather Service.
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3. Have you recently picked up "The Tiger's Wife" by Tea Obrecht? Your timing is excellent, because the Wellesley Free Library has a Monday Evening Book Group, which is running tonight at 7 p.m. and that's the book they're looking at. Newcomers are welcome.
4. If you're interested in riding your bike through Needham to Dover, then perhaps you'll have some input for tonight's Public Workshop for Possible Rail Trail. At 7 p.m. at Needham Town Hall, Needham Park and Recreation and Bay Colony Rail Trail Association, and interested neighbors are chatting about the trail.
5. The League of Women Voters are hosting a Forum on Residential Reconstruction, for anyone who is interested in how tear-down homes come to be. 7:15 p.m., at the Needham Free Public Library, you'll find out more about how larger homes are built in the place of smaller ones.