Things You Need to Know This Weekend: Feb. 5-6
Lincoln-Sudbury heads to Newton South for tournament.
1. SPORTS & RECREATION: Wrestling
Newton South hosts the Division 1 Central Team Tournament Saturday at 9 a.m. Fourteen teams will face off to determine the team sectional champ.
2. ORGANIZATIONS: Sudbury Rabies Clinic
Sudbury Rabies Clinic will be held from 10 a.m. to noon at Especially for Pets. The cost for a rabies vaccination will be $12 for dogs or cats.
There will be Dog Licensing forms available for Sudbury residents. The licensing fee is $15 for a neutered/spayed animal and $20 for a male/female dog.
The licensing period is Jan. 1 to March 31 of each year. There is an additional fee of $25 imposed as of April 1 every year on each unlicensed dog.
3. FAIRS & FESTIVALS: 9th annual Summer Opportunities Camps Fair
The 9th annual Summer Camp Fair will be held at Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School from 11 a.m.- 2 p.m. on Sunday
Parents and students can meet and speak with representatives from these camps offering unique programs including travel, community service, arts, sports, academic enrichment and traditional camp options.
Admission is free.
4. CLASSES & LECTURES: Jordan Rich of WBZ radio
Jordan Rich of WBZ Newsradio 1030 returns to the Sudbury Senior Center. He will give a fascinating presentation at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday tracing the history of the last century as heard on radio. The topics will range from The Depression, FDR, WWII, the Fifties, Kennedy and Nixon, Apollo 13, and more – including lots of trivia.
A discussion period will follow Mr. Rich’s presentation.
A $10 fee will be charged for this event. Please pay the when you call the Senior Center to register.
Jordan Rich was born and raised in Boston and has been a fixture on radio and TV for nearly 30 years.
This program is offered in partnership with Sage Educational Services. For more information, call 978-443-3055.