1. SPORTS & RECREATION: Field hockey
The Lincoln-Sudbury field hockey team plays host to Dual County League foe Westford Acadmey. Opening faceoff is slated for 4 p.m. at Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School.
2. CLASSES & LECTURES: Fall prevention and recovery workshops
Either you’re thinking “it won’t happen to me,” or you’re thinking “it’s going to happen to me!” Why not learn more about the risks of falling and the methods for preventing or recovering from a fall? How does fear play a role in possibly increasing risk? How does good lighting decrease risk?
Sue Rushfirth, a Registered Physical Therapist at Parmenter Community Health, will share her insights into the psychology of fall risk, the physical aspects and how to decrease risk and increase strength and balance in the first workshop at 10 a.m. at the Senior Center.
The second workshop in the series will feature training on what to do if you have fallen (because it may happen even with the best of prevention). Learn what to do if you fall – whether to get up, when to call for help and more.
Call 978-443-3055 to register for these free workshops.
3. SCHOOL EVENTS: Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School Committee meeting
The Committee will meet at 7:30 p.m. in Conference Room B at the high school. Among the items on the agenda include:
- Superintendent/Principal's Report
- College Visits
- Information & Discussion
- FATA Department Robotics Program and Donations
- Review of School Committee Residency Policy
- Enrollment Projections
- Draft of Updated Capital Plan
- Action Items
- Vote on Robotics and Sand Volleyball Court Donations
4. CLASSES & LECTURES: Learn about first aid for your pet
VESCONE (Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Center of New England) in Waltham is hosting a Pet First Aid Class on Tuesday, Oct. 25, at 6:30 p.m., at Especially for Pets. The class is useful for a number of reasons. Dogs and cats are curious creatures that can, and will, get into just about anything. Knowing what is potentially toxic and how to recognize if there is something wrong with your pet is extremely important. The classes are interactive which means you learn hands-on how to do CPR, bandage a wound and what to do when your pet is choking.
There is a $20 fee associated with interactive classes which is donated to a stray pets in need fund. Space is limited so register you, and if applicable, your pet, early. Call 781-684-8387 to register.
5. SPORTS & RECREATION: Volleyball
The Lincoln-Sudbury girls volleyball team takes on visiting Newton South. Opening serve is scheduled for 4 p.m. at Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School.