Five Things You Need To Know, Dec. 4
Tonight - Former NBA player Chris Herren is in town to discuss his battles against substance abuse.
Today is Tuesday, December 4th. Here are five things you need to know.
Chris Herren: The Wakefield Warrior Club has announced that former NBA player Chris Herren will speak in Wakefield on Tuesday, December 4, 2012 at 7:00PM at the Galvin Middle School Auditorium about his battles with substance abuse. The event will be open to the entire community and will be free of charge. Click here for more information.
Mass. In Motion: The summer months are long behind us, but Mass. In Motion, which offers activities to promote healthier, active living in Wakefield and Melrose, still has a bunch of activities planned throughout the month. Check out their events calendar here.
Deck The Halls Contest: Between now and Dec. 16, area Patch.com websites are having their annual Deck The House contest – Your Christmas decorations could win a $100,000 prize for your school district, and $500 toward your electric bill. Click here for more information.
Musical Performances: Coming up on Sunday, Dec. 23 at 7:30 p.m., the Unitarian Universalist Church and the Standing Room Only Concert Series present “A Civil War Christmas” featuring various performers doing selections from this crucial time in American history. Click here for more information.
Speaking of the Unitarian Church downtown, on Saturday, December 8, the Linden Tree Coffeehouse presents folk singers Mary McCaslin and Rick Shea. For reservations, call 781-246-2836 or email LindenTree85#comcast.net.
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