5 Things You Need to Know: March 13
Shop for new (to you) threads, check out a Woodwind Quartet and watch a movie about a Wellesley couples' battle in World War II.
1. Should be pretty sunny today, but there may be some flakes in the evening. What the National Weather Service says we can expect today is a sunny day and about a 20 percent chance of snow in the evening, with highs of 54ºF and lows of 27ºF.
2. Fill your inbox with Wellesley. Sign up for the Patch Newsletter and the breaking news updates. Then, when we know anything, we'll make sure you know everything.
3. One man's hand-me-downs are another's fancy duds. So, stop by the Community Council Thrift Shop when it's open tomorrow, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at their 570 Hillside Ave location in Needham, and see what you can pick up.
4. The U.S. Navy Band Northeast Woodwind Quartet is playing Waterstone today, 2 p.m. They're located at 27 Washington St in Wellesley. It's free, it's open to the public, and you can call 781-235-1614 to RSVP.
5. The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum is Screening "Two Who Dared: The Sharps’ War," a film about a Wellesley couple rescuing a child from Germany in 1939. It's at 7 p.m. tonight at the The Boston Library's main branch, on Boylston St in Boston. The film is followed by a panel featuring Director Artemis Joukowsky III, Catherine Vakar Chvany a child refugee rescued by the Sharps, and Aleisa Fishman, Historian, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.