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1. Partly sunny: Today will be partly sunny with a high near 75 degrees and a low around 55, according to the National Weather Service. The evening will be mostly cloudy.
2. Add-a-Lane Project update: The Needham Heights Neighborhood Association at 7 p.m. at the Community Room. Lawrence Cash, project manager from the Massachusetts Department of Transportation, will update residents on the status of the Route 128 Add-a-Lane Highway Project and its anticipated impact on the town of Needham in the months ahead. All Needham residents are invited. Visit www.needhamheights.org for more information.
3. SEPAC meeting: The Needham Special Education Parents Advisory Council will meet from 7-9 p.m. in the library. Learn more about SEPAC at www.NeedhamSEPAC.org.
4. Scholarship essay due: Needham Baseball is accepting applications for the Jackie Bergin Memorial Scholarship, which is given annually to the high school student (all Needham residents are eligible) who best answers the prompt: "What Needham Baseball means to me.” All essays must be submitted by June 11 to Stuart Altman. Learn more at needhambaseball.com.
5. College-age music program: The in Needham is offering for musicians 18-22 years old. The 1-1/2-hour evening jam sessions will take place one to two times per week for five weeks. Musicians can also sign up for an optional recording session and performances. Jam sessions will be led by Berklee-trained Plugged In staff. Plugged In created this program for musicians who may be home from college for the summer, are working during the day and may not have a network of local musicians with whom to play. Musicians can sign up and be placed with other similarly aged musicians and/or sign up as a band. For more information, visit www.pluggedinband.org, e-mail email@example.com or call 781-956-4281. Deadline to sign up is June 15.